We have a lot of counter space in our kitchen, but in all honesty, the counter tops are a disaster. So, I’ve been looking for smart (and easy) ways to get rid of kitchen counter clutter, because a clean space saves time and money. Here’s 9 Hacks To Get Rid Of Kitchen Counter Clutter That Are Borderline Genius , they’re beautiful, but most of all, they’re easy to implement. Enjoy!
Keep a wire basket of cookbooks on the counter
Found from: A Bowl Full of Lemons
This is a really useful hack and if you need more space just move the basket to another spot.
Invest in a tiered tray
Found from: Two Twenty One
A tiered tray is both functional and beautiful. Use it to hold your produce, add some plants or succulents, store your spices, etc.
Baskets and caddies on a rod
Found from: No. 29 Design
Baskets and caddies on a rod look great, and it’s a clever way to use wall space to get frequently used items off your counter tops.
Make coffee on a rustic wood tray
Found from: Liz Marie Blog
Keep everything you need to make coffee on a rustic wood tray. Whenever you need more counter space for food prep, just move the tray to another location. Smart!
Add shelves beside your cabinets
Found from: My Perfect Nest
Add shelves beside your cabinets (if you have the wall space), and put pretty baskets on them. It’s a great way to hide clutter, like papers that you need to go through. This is one trick we’re definitely going to use!
Install a towel bar above the range
Found from: Practically Functional
Install a towel bar above the range to keep pot lids off the counters while you’re cooking. Here’s a similar towel bar in a chrome finish.
Attach hooks to hang your utensils on the side of your cabinet
Found from: Apartment Therapy
Hang your dish drainer on a rod
Found from: Amazon
Hang your dish drainer on a rod. Not only will it keep it off your counter, but your dishes will probably dry faster with the better air circulation, too!
Found from: Brit & Co.
Under-shelf baskets are super easy to install. I need at least 3 of these to put underneath my cabinets and shelves!