This is one of the most rewarding parts of the kitchen to tackle because you can make a big difference pretty quickly. Take out all of your pots and pans, and go over them with these principles in mind. Then clean out the cabinet, and add items to your donation boxes. You’re getting quite a collection of things to donate, aren’t you?! Post a photo with #KitchenSimplicity and/or tag me so I get to see your progress.
As for storing these items, I’ve found that the best way for storing bulky weirdly shaped items like this is to hang them on the wall. They take up a lot of space in a kitchen cabinet and this is a trick I learned from the Pros. In the Tiny House Foodie kitchen the pans are hanging from a bathroom towel rack, and the lids are hanging on a curtain rod. Of course there are options that were actually intended for pots and pans as well but use your creativity to personalize your tiny house kitchen. Take a look around and see what you have handy and consider hanging your Right-Sized collection of pots and pans. Items like a cast iron skillet may be a little too heavy to hang, and I keep my dutch oven on the range most of the time.
It’s time to come out of the woodwork and let me know you are following along with this video series. Use the #KitchenSimplicity hashtag, or tweet to me @tinyhousefoodie. I am looking forward to meeting you and hearing how this process is for you. Thanks for watching and following along, I really appreciate it!