FED UP with your kitchen cupboards looking like a cluttered mess? Well look no further, as a woman has shared some ingenious hacks that will ensure that even the smallest cupboard can be transformed into a cute boujee space.
The American woman shared the video and showed her 61.6K followers some great tips on offering up more space.
Firstly she suggested a quick hack that would free up space in the cupboard that held her glasses and that was to double them up.
She demonstrated the space saving hack and within seconds the cupboard looked more organised and offered up a little more space.
For coffee mugs and tea cups she added a shelf insert.
That way she reasoned, that you are utilising the entire cupboard instantly and maximising your vertical space, giving the cupboard a roomy feel.
She then moved onto the space where she held her plates and crockery.
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Interestingly she shared a simple hack that freed up loads of space and that was to buy smaller, shallow plates.
Speaking on the video she said that having shallow dishes are stylish and easier to store because they are less bulky.
She also said in order for your cupboards to look more organised you should also try to store bulky and missed match items in uniformed jars.
Going by the handle smallspacebig life, she showed one more hack that looked like it could be the biggest game changer when it comes to storage of utensils and cutlery.
She urged her followers to make use of cupboard doors.
She said: “I put 3 hooks on the door to hang measuring spoons.” Adding that if you didn’t want to use hooks you could also use magnetic strips to hang other metal utensils
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She ended the short reel by stating to her followers that there is potential to create space in every small kitchen.
Fans quickly commented in support on her page. Jessdriveraxo wrote: “Lovethis! Thank You!”.
And Hannah the Foodie added: ”Your cabinets are a work of art!.”
The small cupboards looked light and airy[/caption]
Uniforming your jars help with a less cluttered feel[/caption]
Adding a shelf in cupboard would make a huge difference[/caption]