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Get Rid of 'Kalat' in the Kitchen With These Organizers for P200 and Below
  • Underneath the gleaming countertops and inside the well-painted cabinets, all sorts of clutter are hidden in the kitchen. Many of us are guilty of stuffing everything inside drawers and cabinets to make cleanup easier and faster after cooking. But when do you deal with the mess? Probably the next time you’ll prepare another meal. The truth is it’s easier to cook and move around the kitchen if it’s organized and free from clutter.

    According to an article by Apartment Therapy, you need to get rid of certain items in the kitchen to achieve a streamlined space. These include old receipts, takeout menus, coupons, plastic containers that are gathering dust, cleaning supplies you don’t use, and other unnecessary items that are taking over your countertops. Once you’ve sorted through your belongings, the next step is to organize your essentials into the right bins, but you don’t need to spend thousands to create a picture-perfect cooking space!

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    Where to get budget-friendly and clutter-busting kitchen organizers for Php200 and below

    Thanks to budget stores like Miniso, Japan Home Centre, and Daiso, organizing your kitchen gets the job done! With a budget of Php100 or Php200, you can give your kitchen a makeover. Here are our top picks:

    Decorative adhesive plastic hooks

    These patterned hooks can double as decor even when not in use.
    PHOTO BY Kamila Garcia

    These cute plastic hooks can liven up your walls while keeping your cooking utensils, potholders, and other essentials within reach. Stick them near the sink or the stove to have easy access to utensils you use often.

    Php99 a set, Miniso

    Plastic storage baskets

    Neutral-colored baskets look elegant and can match any decor.
    PHOTO BY JP Meneses

    Need to organize an open shelf? Bins in the same style or color can help you achieve a uniform look that’s more pleasing to the eyes. Use these bins to organize ingredients, grocery finds, and even dinnerware! Group similar items into one basket and label each accordingly so you can easily find what you need. The best part: you use these bins in any part of the house.

    Storage basket, Php179, Miniso

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    Desk organizer

    Place this on your countertop, but keep it away from the faucet so it doesn't get wet.
    PHOTO BY JP Meneses
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    A desk organizer in the kitchen? It may come in handy! Place one your countertop, and use it as a catchall for important receipts, scissors, and other small knickknacks you use when cooking. You can use it to organize pens and notepads you’ll need when modifying your favorite recipe, too!

    Canvas desk organizer, Php179, Miniso

    Stainless steel wire organizers

    You can mount one on an empty wall to maximize the available space.
    PHOTO BY JP Meneses

    These are available in different shapes and sizes — perfect for organizing eating and kitchen utensils, mugs, and your dishwashing arsenal. If you’re feeling a bit creative, the rectangular wire organizers can also be used to hold small potted plants and mini spice jars. The best part? These can be mounted to an empty wall as well!

    Available at Php88 and Php99, Japan Home Centre

    Multipurpose trays and assorted plastic organizers

    Color coded bins can give your kitchen a fun, playful look!
    PHOTO BY JP Meneses

    Keep your pots, pans, and market finds in place by utilizing these plastic organizers. Depending on the size of your drawers and cabinets, you can fit these inside to serve as catchalls for your cooking must-haves. You can place a tray on the countertop to hold the condiments you use on a daily basis as well.

    Available at P88 and P99, Japan Home Centre

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