B&A: A Small Kitchen Gets an 8-Hour Organizing Makeover for Under $1,000Organizing
This crucial project was left to a professional organizer.
One Unexpected (and Super Smart) Place to Add a Tension Rod In Your KitchenOrganizing
It'll turn a mess into an organizational dream.
Apr 7, 2022
Before and After: A Kitchen Junk Drawer Gets A Sleek New Look in an Hour
After this quick project, Michelle's former junk drawer is now more aptly named a "utility drawer."
Jul 26, 2021
Before & After: Emily Henderson’s Kitchen Changed How I Store My Pot HoldersOrganizing
I love storing something without taking up any space.
Jun 9, 2021
Before and After: This $250 Pantry Redo Is Peak Organization GoalsOrganizing
The sight of this ultra-organized pantry is downright blissful.
Nov 15, 2020
Before & After: I Organized My Parents' Cabinets From Cluttered to StreamlinedOrganizing
I’ve taken mental notes of projects that can be tackled in my parent's home—one of them being the kitchen cabinets.
Apr 21, 2020
Before & After: A Pretty Pantry With Serious StorageOrganizing
Having a food storage area or pantry is a true thing of luxury. But for many it can also be a real headache. But an organized space not only leads to better shopping and food use, it can also add value to your home for very little money. Check out what this pantry looks like now, after the jump!At first glance this just looked like another pretty pantry.
May 7, 2019
Before & After: Organizing the Kitchen “Sad Drawer”Organizing
Almost every kitchen’s got one. They go by different names: my old flatmate and I called ours the Drawer of Doom, and with my current one, The Sad Drawer. It’s that one place in a kitchen, be it drawer, pantry shelf, or simply an unfortunate corner, that attracts random debris like nobody’s business. From the actually useful (tupperware, kitchen foil) to the barely-used (madeleine pan, anyone?), the Sad Drawer is where things that don’t go anywhere else find themselves.
May 4, 2019
Before & After: Kimberly’s Overflow to Organized PantryOrganizing
Who hasn’t opened their pantry or cabinets to a mess and thought — there’s not even any “real food” for dinner? Kimberly’s pantry needed a clean out and some order. If this ‘before’ photo looks familiar to you, check out what some labels and dollar bins did for her: From Kimberly: I decided I’d just take one shelf at a time one night a week and organize everything. That idea lasted until I finished the first shelf.
Mar 5, 2013