If you knew me personally, you would know I struggle with organization & clutter. I will gladly admit I always have good intentions, but the actual part of being organized is something I have always lacked. My friend Jennifer from Clean and Scentsible has written an amazing book full of ideas on how to declutter! So this post is PART 1 of many things I have learned from her book, and I thought I would start off with an easy project but one I needed to desperately attack! So here is what I learned & this is truly the easiest Bakeware Storage Organization Ideas you will ever try!
Some of my main takeaways from her book are:
- Don’t let perfection get in the way! – this has always been so huge for me to get passed –
- Get the family involved. (more on this in my Part 2 post – coming soon.)
- Sort the “keep” items & get rid of the things you don’t use!
Remember: don’t let perfection get in your way!
So I went to work doing all the things that Jennifer’s book suggested. Cleaning my cabinet, sorting what I use often, and getting rid of the things I never use or things that just look plain gross!
Because I knew once I got started I could tackle this small cabinet and achieve some bakeware storage organization ideas in the simplest way!
I kept waiting…
and waiting for him to figure out something…
So we wouldn’t have to build a base – or – attach it with screws.
Y’all it worked!
I mean, I had been waiting for months for him to do this for me, and it turned out no screws or platform was even needed.
How simple & dumb of me not to have even tried it after all these months.
I also did what Jennifer suggests in her book, and keep things we use often towards the front. Although, everything is pretty accessible in this cabinet – thanks to the dividers.
We grill a lot & have friends come over in the Summer, so I use all my scratched up pans for grilling, and for transporting raw meats to/from the grill. So this divider is so handy for all my pans whether its for baking or grilling!
Jennifer’s book is full of easy tips that are so achievable! Sure, some areas are hard to organize in your home, but like she suggests, set a timer. If you can’t commit to a big project, take on the smaller ones until you have time to be committed to a larger room or area.
Below are a few links – you might find helpful. One of them of course, is her book and the others are products that will help you tackle all of your bakeware organization needs.
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