I don’t have any statistical proof to back me up, but I think it’s fair to say that a high percentage of households have some form on clutter on tables and kitchen counters. This clutter goes double for households with children. I personally respond to kitchen clutter with eye twitching and tons of passive aggressive comments. While these are thoroughly effective methods, there are some better ways to tackle the chaos. How do you keep these high-traffic areas clean and clutter free? Keep reading to get my 7 practical ways for busy families to keep clutter off tables and kitchen counters.
When we downsized our house, I lost a lot of kitchen space. Like a lot, a lot. Having a small kitchen has been amazing and has really forced me to simplify more than anything. I have had to get intentional about what I use and be honest about what I don’t use. So if you find yourself with less storage space in your kitchen, I have compiled some of my best tips to help you make the most out of your kitchen!