Nifty·Posted on Dec 10, 201230 Insanely Easy Ways To Improve Your KitchenSo you'll spend less time cleaning, organizing, and searching, and more time nomming.by Alanna OkunBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Use empty soda boxes to store soup cans. thenshemade.com Find out how to make it all pretty here. 2. Shoe holders become excellent snack holders. moneysavingqueen.com Snacks vs. shoes, discuss. 3. Cut off the ends of plastic hangers to DIY chip clips. craftster.org Never experience the hollow, tragic crunch of a stale chip again. Directions here. 4. Hang cleaning supplies on a tension rod under your sink. jenthousandwords.com Directions here. 5. Tension rods can be used vertically to keep cabinet storage neat. bhg.com 6. Hang utensils on a rod. bhg.com Here's how. 7. Use an old rake as a wineglass holder. pinterest.com Here's how. 8. Seal plastic bags with the tops of water bottles. pinterest.com 9. A Lazy Susan for the fridge makes everything more accessible. fridgebutler.com Buy one here. 10. Keep thin boxes in a magazine rack. cupcakeapothecary.blogspot.com 11. Arrange utensils and cloths on an old shutter door. designsponge.com You can use 3M adhesive hooks for hanging utensils and potholders. Directions here. 12. Keep your measuring cups handy inside a cupboard door. infarrantlycreative.net And never do complicated conversion math again. Directions here. 13. Use a liquor or olive oil dispenser spout for dish or hand soap. ohhellohandmade.wordpress.com Now you can buy your cleaning products in bulk, or make your own. Directions here. 14. Use a desk organizer to store cookie sheets and cutting boards. realsimple.com 15. Use a pegboard to hang extra storage or utensils. marthastewart.com À la Julia Child. interiordesign.net 16. If you're willing to invest in a restaurant-style dish rack, it makes for great extra storage. thekitchn.com 17. Store plastic bags in an empty wipes container. tatertotsandjello.com Directions here. 18. Tissue boxes are great for holding plastic bags too. familyhandyman.com Just thumbtack a box to the inside of a cabinet, or wherever's most convenient. 19. Store utensils in vintage trophies. heatherbullard.typepad.com You'll get first place in kitchen organization HAHAHAHA. 20. Use the top of a salt container to make spouts for your jars. thriftyfun.com Instructions here. 21. Keep cookie cutters in place with a paper towel dispenser. bhg.com 22. Turn a milk jug into a dust pan for easy sweeping. Facebook: criacaocriativos One less thing you'll have to worry about recycling. 23. Store knives safely in bamboo skewers. feliciakramer.blogspot.com They won't splay everywhere and stab you in the hands, which is always a plus. Directions for beautifying here. 24. Put a magnet inside a metal tea canister to stick it to the fridge. marthastewart.com Full directions here. 25. Create chalkboard-paint lids for your spices. frugaldecormom.blogspot.com You can make your own out of old baby food jars. Directions here. 26. Keep small snacks in coffee creamer containers. whynotdoityourself.tumblr.com Just clean them out and peel off the labels. 27. A roll of brown paper makes a seemingly infinite place for grocery lists. thesuels.blogspot.com Which you will promptly forget every time you go shopping. Directions here. 28. Add Velcro to dish towels so they don't slip off. marthastewart.com Directions here. 29. Use CD holders to neatly house Tupperware lids. bhg.com Oh, yeah, because you totally need those CD holders for your immense collection of Enya's discography. 30. Make a wreath out of tea bags to keep them all neat. kojo-designs.com Plus now you'll have A WREATH MADE OF TEA. Directions here. Want more super-helpful DIY tips? Sign up for BuzzFeed’s DIY newsletter and we’ll send them straight to your inbox!