Drawer Spice Rack Ideas

Oct 29th

Drawer spice rack – If you love to cook, then you knows the importance of stocking the right spices. Storing dozens of herbs and spices can quickly become a difficult task as you get out of place on the bench. By getting creative and broadening the limits of your own kitchen space, you can keep your spices organized and your dishes ready.

Simple Drawer Spice Rack
Simple Drawer Spice Rack

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If you have more boxes than cabinets or against space, consider using one as a drawer spice rack. There are several ways you can accomplish this, depending on the number of spices you have and the size of the available box.  A simple solution is to simply store your spices in the box. If the original spices for spices are too long to stand upright, transfer your spices into shorter, more economical cans and label the easy identification tags. If you are fortunate enough to have a deep drawer at your disposal, you may consider installing a spice rack inside.

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Drawer spice rack designed for boxes show your spices on an angle so you can read what they are and store a significantly larger amount than you could otherwise. Save space on your kitchen counter by hanging your spices. You can do this in several ways using magnets. A do-it-yourself option is to create simple magnetic spice holders. Buy a set of preference cans from a wedding delivery store; these are small and round cans with transparent lid. Attach a flat magnet to the back of each and fill with your favorite spices. You can then attach magnetized cans to your refrigerator, where they can be easily reached.