Baking Trays, Plates, Bowls & Tupperware!

Welcome to the second instalment of my kitchen declutter in which we focus on two more of my kitchen cupboards. One smaller, one larger but both requiring a declutter.

Cupboard 1

This cupboard sits above the extractor fan and houses my baking trays, mixing bowls, scales and a pestle and mortar. Why I put the baking trays in there I do not know. The size of the baking trays means that the door doesn’t close properly… and it has just always been like that! The time has come for a new home! In addition, some of the trays feel perpetually greasy after so much use. These baking trays have served well. Whilst I certainly feel a little hesitant to part with tools that aren’t broken and unusable, it will be nice to use the fresher versions. In addition to that, I don’t need this many. The reason some of them are fresher is that I only have cause to use just a couple. Hence, the need to for reduction.

Cupboard 2

In cupboard two there are odd numbers of plates, bowls, Tupperware tubs, old Chinese takeaway tubs and other bits and bobs. I have (some chipped) plates and bowls sets, random bowls, smaller dipping sauce bowls, egg timers and packed lunch plastics, all culminating in a mish-mash that needs sorting out. As a result, there is too much clutter with many rarely used items taking up space.

The Result

The result feels a little lacking. Although a clear difference between the before and after photos, I had anticipated a clearout with less left behind. Still, I will be reorganising my kitchen in the not too distant future and following that I am sure I will be decluttering again. Thus, as step one, the outcome is pleasing and it feels good to be removing and rehoming (even if to the bin) much of the unused.

How about some more decluttering? Check out my YouTube Decluttering Playlist! Alternatively, check out my Declutter content here on this site.

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