Little Kitchen Helper

Introduction: Little Kitchen Helper

About: Mom of 3 precious homeschooled girls.

A space utilizing is very crucial for a small size kitchen, as it is provides you with an easy access to frequently used utensils, as well it allows you to keep your cupboard shelves less cluttered.

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Step 1: Prepare All Necessary Tools for Your Project

1. A screwdriver will do, if you don't have a small drill

2. A braided floss, yarn, wire, twist ties or cords

3. "S" shape or curtain hooks

4. Unnecessary 1/4" wooden planks with a just enough thickness to hold screws for utensils

5. Any pins (extra)

Step 2: Using Under Cupboards Location

Just screw or drill some of your screws into a wall (at least 2: first and last one) that have been already attach to a wooden plank).

Step 3: Hang Your Frequently Used Kitchen Utensils on a Wooden Plank

Connect twist ties, braided floss or yarn etc. to utensils first, then hang all to the screws on a wooden plank.

Step 4: Use Even Sides of the Cupboards

Utilize the space more creatively. If you don't have "S" shape hooks, use even curtain hooks and a braided floss or yarn to connect bigger utensils with each other.

Step 5: Extra Fun

Use different pins to connect some decorative objects to the walls to hold something more handy :) or cute :P

JUST USE YOUR IMAGINATION AND HAVE FUN !!

HOPE THIS HELPS!

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    3 Discussions

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    AnandM54
    AnandM54

    1 year ago

    Great idea and nicely got it real...

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    Penolopy Bulnick
    Penolopy Bulnick

    1 year ago

    Looks like some great storage ideas :)

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    tatti2019
    tatti2019

    Reply 1 year ago

    It is very cost efficient ( ;