How to organize a kitchen for a neat and decluttered space

Nathan Law

Learning how to organize a kitchen so that it is clutter-free, with everything in its place, can seem like a daunting task—especially when we all have so many other things on our to-do lists.  But having a space that is in order can bring so much satisfaction. And it has […]

Learning how to organize a kitchen so that it is clutter-free, with everything in its place, can seem like a daunting task—especially when we all have so many other things on our to-do lists. 

But having a space that is in order can bring so much satisfaction. And it has other benefits too—an organized kitchen makes it easier to cook, bake or clean your kitchen, and can speed up the time it takes to put things away after a big food shop as well. It also means being more aware of what you have, and exactly where to find it. However, the big task of organizing is not one that most of us want to take on more than once every few months, or even every few years. And, ideally, we’d like to declutter once and have it stay that way. But is that possible? To find out, w&h spoke to experts Lesley Spellman and Ingrid Jansen, who run home organization business The Declutter Hub. 

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