An awesome way to organize your kitchen utensils with this Lazy Susan storage

Lazy Susan storage - an awesome and clever way of organizing your kitchen utensils!
Lazy Susan storage – an awesome and clever way of organizing your kitchen utensils!

If you’re looking for an easy way to store and access your kitchen utensils, then this hanging lazy susan project is for you. This space-saving storage solution is perfect for small kitchens or any cook who wants easy access to their tools. The lazy susan utensil storage is simple to make and can be hung from any kitchen wall. It’s a great way to organize your cooking area and keep your utensils within reach. Plus, it’s a stylish way to display your kitchen tools.

This clever kitchen storage idea is great for keeping the kitchen counter clear of items not being used at the moment. We also like that it can hold so many kitchen utensils all at once, but it’s very easy to find what you need!

This organizer is both affordable and easy to make – and use! You can install it practically anywhere; underneath the overhead cabinet, underneath the kitchen island or even inside a cabinet. Plus, it’s out of your children’s reach – keeping them safe while you cook.

Do you need this clever idea in your kitchen?

You’ll need these materials:

  • 6″ Lazy Susan Bearing
  • 6×6″ 1/2″ Plywood
  • Iron-on Melamine Edging (optional)
  • 3/4″ #10 Wood Screws
  • Pegboard (small piece)
  • Hooks

And these tools:

  • Pencil
  • Saw
  • Drill
  • Iron (optional for Iron-on Melamine Edging)

You can find step-by-step instructions for this kitchen utensil organizer from From House 2 Home. This project is simple and only requires a few materials that you may already have around your home. With this organizer, you’ll be able to keep your kitchen utensils organized and within reach.

In addition to the ideas mentioned above, here are a few more ways you can store your kitchen utensils:

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Upcycled Old Rake

Old rakes can be given new life as kitchen utensil organizers. This upcycling project is easy to do and only requires a few supplies. First, remove any dirt and debris from the rake. Next, sand down any rough edges.

Once the rake is prepped, paint or stain it to match your kitchen décor. Finally, use hot glue or another adhesive to attach hooks to the rake. Voila! You now have a unique and functional kitchen utensil organizer.

Hooks Inside Cabinet Door

If your kitchen is anything like ours, it’s always in need of a little organization. One way to declutter your countertops and keep your kitchen looking neat is to create a kitchen utensil organizer with hooks inside cabinet doors.

This is a super easy project that you can make in just a few minutes using some inexpensive supplies. All you need to do is measure and mark where you want your hooks to go on the cabinet door.

We recommend spacing them out evenly so that your utensils have plenty of room and you have enough storage for your kitchen utensils.

Labelled Containers

Organizing your kitchen utensils doesn’t have to be a daunting task. By creating a kitchen utensil organizer with labelled containers, you can easily keep track of your tools and ensure that they’re always within reach.

Pull-out Storage

If your kitchen drawers are overflowing with cooking utensils, it’s time to make a utensil organizer. This pull-out kitchen utensil storage easy project will help you get organized and make the most of your kitchen space.

Drawer with Diagonal Dividers

This type of organizer is ideal for maximizing space and keeping your utensils sorted and easy to find. It’s perfect for small kitchens or anyone who wants to declutter their countertops.



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