Written by Becca Green

4 Instagram kitchen storage hacks

With the rise of cleaning influencers, innovative kitchen storage hacks have started to go viral. Take a look at the hacks that have been flooding our Instagram feeds below.

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Cleaning and organising has become cool again thanks to certain Instagrammers such as Mrs Hinch and TV star Stacey Solomon. Thanks to their quirky methods, there are a number of kitchen storage hacks that have gone viral and have made their way into homes all over the country. Take a look at a few of our favourites below.

Hang your crisps 


Made famous by TV personality Stacey Solomon, this food storage hack is all over our Instagram feeds. Crisps often get dumped in a drawer and look mightily untidy, but with this storage hack that problem is solved! Simply hang a rail in one of your cupboards and hang your crisps up so they are easy to see and grab.

Sink tidy


Are you guilty of buying five different types of wash cloth and sponges? We definitely are! Thanks to Mrs Hinch, homeowners are now focusing on organising their sink with a nifty sink caddy – they even have the perfect place to house your minky!

Labelled storage jars


Get rid of your plastic storage and opt for glass alternatives instead. Follow in the footsteps of the cleaning influencers and invest in a label maker to label all of your jars, meaning they’ll be no mistakes in mixing up your kitchen accessories.

Cleaning cupboard overhaul


Be inspired by perfectly organised cleaning cupboards. Whether you store your products under your sink or in a cupboard, make sure to pick up some baskets (preferably the grey woven kind) and seperate your products into brand or what they are used for.


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