Attach short towel rails to the inside face of your pantry door to keep your collection of pot lids in order. Once the rails are firmly screwed on, just slot the lids in place. Easy!
Round 'n' round
While you're in the pantry, position a lazy Susan on a shelf or two. Loaded up with your jars and bottles, a spin of the wheel will ensure you always find what you're looking for!
Standing room only
Avoid the crashing sound of sliding chopping boards and baking trays as you rummage around in your pantry by screwing lengths of dowel between two shelves to hold them upright. Position the dowel rails to suit (paint them if you wish!) then slide in your boards and trays. Neat!
When you're next at the hardware store, pick up an adjustable shower rail – they're perfect for holding your spray bottles. Install the rail in the double-width cupboard below your kitchen sink, hang your spray bottles and say g'day to more storage space below the rail for other cleaning gear. Tidy you!
Wire caddies purchased from storage shops or hardware stores are the ideal solution to wrangle your bottles and spray cans. Just screw them to the inside face of cupboard doors and pile 'em up! Top tip for you to note: make sure the caddies clear any internal shelves before attaching them in place.
Love a fry up!
Cup hooks aren't just for cups, you know! Drive a series of large hooks into the inside top of a kitchen cupboard, spaced to suit your frypans or saucepans. Now hook on your cookware and get set to cook up a storm in your tidy new kitchen!