8 Tricks for Organizing Your Dishes That Professional Declutterers Always Implement in Kitchen Storage

living etc article nicole gabaiLiving Etc.
by Luke Arthur Wells

The question is…how to organize a kitchen so that you can make room for dishes, whether you’re suffering from an excess you don’t want to declutter, or you’ve just not found the right spot for your everyday plates.

I asked some professional organizers and interior designers for their top tips to make these spaces work.

“Zone 1 will have dishes you need to access on a daily basis,” explains Nicole Gabai, a professional organizer and author of The Art of Organizing. “You’ll want them near the table for easy table serving or close to where you are cooking and serving.” Read more on Living Etc. >

8 Tricks for Organizing Your Dishes That Professional Declutterers Always Implement in Kitchen Storage2024-01-22T13:19:42-05:00

How Often Should You Replace Your Food Storage Containers?

Southern Living article Nicole Gabai Art of Organizing bookSouthern Living
by Taylor Tobin

The meal prep trend encourages home cooks to get smart about how they store their ingredients and leftovers, which requires a healthy supply of food storage containers.

“Glass is the most durable and has the greatest longevity, and it’s 100% recyclable. Because of this, glass containers are the best selection for the environment, and they won’t end up in a landfill. Since glass is inert, it needs no chemical layer between it and your food when storing, so it doesn’t affect the taste of any food,” explains Nicole Gabai, a professional organizer and the author of The Art of Organizing, an Artful Guide to An Organized Life. Read more on Southern Living >

How Often Should You Replace Your Food Storage Containers?2024-01-22T13:20:24-05:00
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