Home Organization is a huge market in the United States. I mean really who doesn't want to get more organized?
Minimalism has become a big thing right now but short of becoming an extreme minimalist, most of us can do more to organize our homes.
The kitchen is an ideal area of the home to focus on organizing.
Kitchen Cabinet Upgrades for Organization
How many times have you been looking for the right size bowel to put the leftover spaghetti in?
You finally find the perfect size and then you hunt for the lid.
You can have the same experience looking for the right size pot or pan, the right spice, the cooking oil (not that one that was forgotten about in the back of the cupboard and is now rancid), and so much more.
The Home Organization market in the U.S. was estimated at $8.55 Billion in 2015 and is estimated to grow to $10.3 Billion in 2020 (as per Statista Research Department).
Roll out Cabinet Drawers
Roll-out kitchen cabinet drawers are an ideal way to help you organize the kitchen. They maximize the use of your cabinet space and save on bending or kneeling to reach back into the depths of your cabinets.
Soft Close Cabinets
The soft close cabinets have been a huge hit adding perceived value to almost any home. Now you can get your cabinets organized and add even more real value to your home.
Trash and Recycling Cabinets
Adding a pullout cabinet that hides the trash and recycling can is also a great way to keep your kitchen looking clean.
Add Lid Storage to Cabinets
Pots and their lids are often one of the most disorganized cupboards in the kitchen. Take control of the cabinet with a lid storage rack. There are several different styles including those that sit on the shelf or ones that hang on the back of a cabinet door.
Installing Pull Out Pantry Shelves
One of the best articles to help you in this process that I've found is "Kitchen Storage: Pull Out Pantry Shelves"
Contact me if you would like a contractor referral for the Wasatch Front or the Wasatch Back to help you get roll-out cabinets installed in your home.