These ideas really helped me out!
I was on the phone the other day with my mother, each of us telling the other what part of 'turning over our kitchens' we were up to. My mother is of course, totally done and cooking away while I am still in the throes of cleaning and getting ready to 'turn over'. Thankfully, we're almost there...
I mentioned to her that one of the hardest parts, at least for me -- since we live in a relatively small apartment and there is not a lot of space to move things around -- always was the taking things out of my cabinets and finding room (somehow!) for them elsewhere in order to make room for my Pesach things. Then last year I had an epiphany. I bought, for quite a decent price, a plastic black shelving unit of five shelves, the type that you put together yourself and is open with just some plastic poles connecting it. I cannot tell you enough how much this helped me. I put it together, placed it in a corner where I managed to make enough room, and presto -- I had place for all the things that I had no room in the kitchen for. It drastically cut down on the amount of 'turning over' of cabinets I always used to do. Plus at the end of Pesach I just dismount it, in one bag goes all the shelves which lie flat and the other bag goes all the poles. Then I place it in my storage space and we're done.
My mother had a cute way to make space for all her kitchen utensils, cutlery, knives and other small things. She got a plastic unit that has little shelves that pull in and out, like drawers. It is large enough for her needs yet small enough to leave on her counter. Great idea! I told her to take a photo for me so I can see it for myself.
I'm all into finding ways to make the holiday joyous, inexpensive and as efficient as possible with energy expended that will really help me. I hope these tips help you as well!
Have a great Pesach,