Top 18 Ingenious and also Lovely DIY Flatware Storage Solutions
Everybody wants to have and show off a gorgeous and well kept kitchen. The kitchen is the heart of the home. It’s the place where family, friends and guests can enjoy a nice time together. So to speak, it’s also the melting pot of, of people, for people and by the people. We got some great ideas to better organize your cutlery! That’s right, tidy up all your forks, spoons knifes and all the other utensils that might be filling too many nooks and crannies in your kitchen. This way, you’ll be able to keep them all in line and even find them more quickly, especially during those every so important lunch and dinner parties! Don’t worry, these tips are inexpensive and easy to setup. You can likely get most all of the necessary parts from a local shops. Now, let’s get tidy!
Get a set of rustic containers which are attached together. Each can is for each type of cutlery. Label them with white marker-pen.
Put canisters or metal cans in a drawer for utensils. Here you can see six different containers and plenty of space for all your spatulas and mixing-spoons
Try out a compartmental and segmented cutlery tray in a top drawer. This will keep all the items laid out flat and easy to grab.
Get some sturdy glass jars or even tumbler-cups, put them in a basket or tray and you’ll be set to quickly hand out all the cutlery to your guests.
Get the kids to put together a simple a box made of Lego pieces. It’s great and fun for holding plastic utensils.
Setup vertical storage in low and deep drawer. Be sure to place the pointy end of the cutlery downward.
Get a few rows of hanging canisters to aesthetically arrange frequently used items and even some extra things such as paper towels or place-mats.
Reuse and refinish gift tins and other metal containers as colorful holders for cutlery.
Checkout this super neat fold-up storage compartment that hides itself when your done with it. Yeah, it’s a great space saver too.
Drop in seven or eight small baskets instead of using one large tray. You can get them from most discount shops.
Grab some ceramic pot holders to use to hold your cutlery. These add a nice warm organic touch to the kitchen.
Fabricate a few colorful cute storage pockets made from common cutting boards and some fabric.
Go pro and install some Italian Effeti multi-tier drawers. They are like office cabinets with different sliding pieces and compartments..
Look around the garage or shed for an unused tool box and use it as a carrier for silverware, dishes other common kitchen items
Gather together your larger utensils such as wood and soup spoons, and spatulas in a baskets.