Kitchen organization

Do you know those kitchen odors that instantly have you holding your nose and breath? They can include raw food and cooking smell given off by vegetables such as onions, cabbage, and broccoli or food waste such as raw fish, rotten chicken, and days-old takeout–the culprits are practically endless.

Even for those who love to shop and organize their homes, choosing the right products for the kitchen can be overwhelming and confusing. The simplest item, such as a trash can, can have you faced with numerous brands and types from which to choose. So where do we start when it comes to finding the best free standing trash can for your kitchen? Let's take a look at the top 5 characteristics of a trash can and how to determine the ideal one.

With storage space limited, you're forced to store cleaning supplies and miscellaneous items in and around the bottom of the sink and plumbing. As resourceful as you are, it's time to get creative with your under-the-sink kitchen-cabinet organization.

When it comes to managing kitchen waste effectively, not only should common sense be used but also one's senses as a gauge for success. We have answered the most pressing questions about kitchen waste management, from simple steps like taking the trash out daily to thoughtful trash can placement.