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Here Is How to Tackle Your Spice Rack and Get It Better Organized

It’s not unfair for us to say that living at Haven at Bellaire, the premier Lakemont apartment home, is the best! To further improve your daily routine, here are some lifestyle-enhancing tips that will help you revamp your normal way of life in a variety of ways.

There is no doubt at-home chefs turn to their spice rack multiple times while preparing their favorite recipes. It holds your go-to spices, like powdered garlic and onion, as well as more niche seasonings for international foods and beyond. Having so many spices, you never know exactly what you have! Fortunately, it’s easy to restore order to your seasonings. Here are three useful ways to store and organize your spice rack, courtesy of the best luxury apartments in Richmond TX.

Use magnets to keep everything within arm’s reach.

Here’s a budget-friendly idea that can be accomplished in no more than a couple of hours’ time. Instead of keeping your spices in their original packaging, pour the seasoning into the container, add a label detailing what it is, and glue a magnet backing on each spice. From there, you can keep your spices on the side of your fridge or a magnet board (which can be purchased at an art supply store).

Store them along your wall.

Another great way to store your spices involves using a wall rack. Simply purchase a wall rack that will accommodate your spices and affix it to any section of blank wall space in your kitchen. Consider adding multiple racks to create a more visually striking display of your spices.

Conveniently house them in a drawer.

If you’ve got an empty drawer in your kitchen – or you’d like to banish your junk drawer for something useful – consider housing your spices in a drawer. This method protects your spices from heat and sunlight, which will help keep them fresh. They’ll also take up zero counter space – which we know is a valuable commodity around your busy household!

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