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Tips To Get Your Kitchen Ready For The Holidays

By Meghan Keen

holiday cookingWith the holidays on the way it’s the perfect time to get your kitchen prepped for all that entertaining. Get a head start and whip that fridge and those cabinets into shape by ensuring storage is organized and everything is easy to find so you don’t have to make any last minute trips to the grocery store.

Making sure you have everything needed for a big family dinner can be daunting, but by stocking up in advance on the things you can you can means you’ll have less to buy at the grocery store right before the holidays.

Don’t get caught without enough refreshments for your guests! Find yourself trying to shuffle things around in the fridge the day of so you can fit that extra bottle of wine? Add storage for everything from wine bottles to sparkling cider now so when Thanksgiving and Christmas roll around you won’t find yourself empty handed. The Fridge Binz Stackable Two-Bottle Wine Holder is the perfect way to ensure there is always a special place in the fridge to chill drinks. With a stackable design these bins can hold as many bottles as you’ll need.

Canned goods and spices are other items that can be bought in advance. Don’t lose track of them in the pantry after you buy them though. Adding storage like the Adjustable Upper Cabinet Shelf a great way to make shelves easy to sort through since this vertical organizer allows you to read all the labels at once without having to move them around or take them off the shelf. You can even organize shelves by occasion, so items for Thanksgiving are kept on one shelf and cans for Christmas are stored on another.

Taking little steps in advance to prepare for the holidays is an easy way to help take some stress off and make the holidays more enjoyable!

Posted October 22, 2012, filed in It's That Time, Product of the week, Best selling products, Clutter Hacks

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