3. Organize Spices: I store my spices and baking supplies in a tall storage cupboard next to my refrigerator. Like most of my cupboards, I'm not using the bottom shelves. My youngest would empty it out for me daily if I did. So everything has been stuffed onto the top five shelves. Considering I can't actually reach the top shelf, that leaves me with four working shelves. My spices are out of control. I've been slowly stocking up on them over the last year, and unfortunately because they are a jumbled mess, I've bought several duplicates, compounding the storage problem. I ordered these spice clips (found via Pinterest) a couple of weeks ago. Like the good online shopper I am, I scoured the Internet and found the best deal after figuring in tax and shipping. Unfortunately the company I ordered from has them on back order. I'm hoping they will finally arrive by the end of the month. I love the idea behind this product. I've found most cupboard door storage solutions are often so deep they take of half of your actual shelf space. These are versatile and appear to use minimal shelf space. I can't wait to get started on this project! Here is what my baking cupboard looks like today.
|Here are the "top" two shelves from a distance. Anyone want a year's worth of Food Network Magazines?|
(Why yes, we did paint the outside of our cabinets white and got lazy and did not paint the insides.)
|Let's take a closer look at that second shelf. This is what I see when I'm trying to find something.|
|Need some cumin, you say? Hmm...|