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This week you don't have to complete this Get It Done task; you just need to give these ideas a Go Cabinets once-over and then keep them in mind as you do your holiday baking and entertaining. This is because you'll inadvertently be doing lots of recon during the coming weeks — pulling out kitchen items you probably use only once a year, like cookie cutters, platters and double boilers; scavenging around for items that are hidden too deep; or perhaps wondering why you have five spatulas when the most you'll ever need at once is only two. You'll be rejecting table linens, figuring out that some sets are missing key pieces and Go Cabinets discovering items you haven't unearthed in years — paper umbrellas for drinks you never make, anyone? These things need to go. Your assignment for now: Read this, let the ideas marinate and put off major kitchen organizing until after the holidays, if you wish.Take notes as you observe the good and the bad about your kitchen drawers and cabinets. Think about what could make your drawers better and ask questions. What should you move to a more convenient spot? Do you need any organizers to help keep things neat? Collect never-used items for donation as you Go Cabinets, and pitch or recycle the broken stuff.We'll start with the planning and then get specific about the kitchen drawers here. Then you'll be ready for Part 2: Organize Your Kitchen Cabinets. "How to Organize Your Kitchen DrawersTime: 2 to 3 hoursMaterials needed: Cleaner, dust rags or paper towels, contact paper, sticky notes (such as Post-its), pen, donation box. Additional organizers are optional.Tip: Take a before shot of your messiest drawer so that you can feel extra satisfied when this is all over.Pacific Northwest CabinetryTake inventory. For now, start writing down everything that's in your drawers and cabinets on sticky notes. You don't have to do this all at once — leave the notes handy and scribble things down during those spare minutes while you're waiting for Go Cabinets the oven to preheat. Stick them on each corresponding drawer and cabinet. It sounds silly, but trust me, simply writing these things down will help you see where you've stashed things in inconvenient spots and identify the items that are useless to you.IKEAAssess. While taking inventory, you're going to start to see Go Cabinets places where you can improve organization. Are the pots you use most close to the stove? Is it easy to find their corresponding lids? Are your everyday dishes and glasses within reach of the dishwasher? Do you use all of that Tupperware or is half of it missing lids? Could you use an extra silverware drawer?KitchenLab | Rebekah Zaveloff InteriorsPlan. While your urge may be to tackle this project one drawer at a time, we’re thinking bigger here. Your kitchen should be a well-oiled machine, and placement and organization of your cookware, serveware, silverware, small appliances and china is key.Do some Internet window shopping. It's amazing how much more you can squeeze out of the space you have with clever drawer and cabinet organizers.Check out all the kitchen organization products Houzz experts have foundChic Shelf PaperDecorative Shelf LinersDive in. Freshen up drawers with new liners. There are scads of cute options out there, and a fresh Go Cabinets surface will cheer you up whenever you open a drawer. It will also inspire you to keep things neat and organized. Here's a shelf paper for industrial types.The Container StoreWrap 'n Bag Organizer - $9.99Reclaim some valuable drawer space. Check out everything that came out of your drawers and identify the space hogs. Organizers like these for plastic and aluminum wrap will save you an entire drawer.Bed Bath & BeyondOver-the-Cabinet-Door Coupon Pockets - $7.99Likewise, get rid of the messy menu drawer. Recycle those you don't use and hang the rest on a bulletin board or place them in an over-the-door organizer like this one. Better yet, there's probably an app for that; I know I always wind up looking up menus on the Internet anyway.OrganizeStainless Steel Go Cabinets Grocery Bag Dispenser and Holder - $11.99Corral the loose bags. Dispensers will help you gather plastic bags for recycling or dog walks. (If you don't need this because you are vigilant about bringing your own reusable bags whenever you shop, give yourself a big green pat on the back.)Group like items together as you reload. Think about what you'll need to grab the most when you're at the stove, and what you'll be transferring from the dishwasher to drawers every day, and place them accordingly.All Things Home Organizing™ by Gayle GraceDivide and Go Cabinets conquer. You may realize you need some good drawer organizers as you go along. Put everything where you want it to be, snap a few pictures of the open drawers with your phone, take a quick measurement of your drawers’ dimensions and head to The Container Store or Ikea. So, the next time you open a drawer or cabinet, take a few extra seconds to check out what’s going on in there and scribble it on a Post-it note. Whether you’re aiming for some fresh contact paper or you’re ready to call the cabinetmaker, the assessing and planning that will be simmering on the back burner now will help Go Cabinets you attack the kitchen after the holidays."