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3 kitchen organisation tips for Spring cleaning your kitchen this season

Hello Spring

As the seasons change and we begin to emerge from the cold dark days of winter, the now almost ritualised tradition of Spring cleaning beckons – a near primal urge to refresh our homes and bring with it a sense of renewal and reinvigoration.

There's something inherently cathartic about decluttering and organising our living spaces, getting rid of the old and making space for the new. The positive effects on our mental health of creating calmer, more serene and easier to navigate living spaces are well documented.  Not to mention the simple aesthetic appeal of a good tidy up to bring us that little bit of joy as we go about our days.  The perfect incentives to get on with your kitchen organisation...

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Kitchen organisation

One of the first rooms to attract the attention of most avid Spring-cleaners is, understandably, the kitchen.  As the heart of the home, the kitchen is often the most utilised room in the house.  A vibrant hub where family and friends gather to share meals, catch-up on their days and generally spend time together.  

But as wonderful as this room can be for bringing people together, it is also an extremely hard-working room that is, typically, full of stuff!

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From pots and pans to tableware to kitchen utensils and, of course, all the food, it is very easy for this room to move quickly from a warm safe space to anxiety-inducing chaos. 

If you can relate to this, please check-out our 3 easy steps to start enjoying your kitchen space again this Spring:


Start your kitchen organisation by removing any items that are no longer needed or used regularly. Clear off countertops, organise cabinets, and discard expired food items. 

A clutter-free space instantly creates a sense of calm and makes it easier to navigate your kitchen.

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Create Zones

Organise your kitchen into functional zones based on usage patterns. Designate areas for meal prep, cooking and cleaning, and ensure that the relevant tools and ingredients are easily accessible within each zone. 

Group similar items together, such as spices, utensils, and pantry staples, to streamline meal preparation and minimise searching time.

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Invest in storage solutions such as shelves, racks and drawer organisers to maximise space and keep everything in its place.

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Food Storage

For all your food storage needs, look no further than our ever-popular large glass storage jars. 

One of our best-selling products, our oversized pantry jars are the perfect solution to decluttering and organising the food stored in your kitchens and pantries. 

Crafted from highly durable glass, they offer a transparent view of your stored goods, making it easy to locate and access essentials like flours, cereals, pastas, grains, lentils, nuts, and seeds. Additionally, they're perfect for pickling and preserving, or even storing your favourite sweet treats! 

Each jar features a wooden lid with a silicone insert, guaranteeing an airtight seal to preserve the freshness of your ingredients for longer periods. 

The beauty of these oversized glass jars lies not only in their functionality but also in their aesthetic appeal. Whether displayed on countertops, open shelves or neatly arranged in your pantry, these jars add a touch of sophistication to any space while keeping your kitchen essentials within easy reach.

The perfect accessory to help with your kitchen organisation.

Large glass food storage jars with wooden lids
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Let us know how you get on with your Spring cleans this year – and don’t forget to tag us on Instagram @ivymoreliving so we can see the results of your kitchen organisation!

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