7 Storage Ideas
When designing a kitchen you want to make sure you are using up all of
your available cabinet and drawer space. Your dream kitchen should
be just as practical as it is beautiful. Here we have 7 storage ideas to
help you make the most out of your space and stay organized.
These drawers appear to be just one, but upon
opening you will find that there are multiple drawers
that allow for ample storage. This is a great way
to make sure that you maximize your storage space
while still having the design look that you want.
Corner Pull-Out Storage
Pull-out storage is ideal for corner cabinets. This
allows you to reach everything inside your cabinet
without moving everything around and making a mess.
These make sure that you use up all of your available
space and keep all of your pots and pans organized.
Sink Pull-Out Storage
It’s easy for the area under your sink to become cluttered
and disorganized, but sink pull-out storage eliminates
this issue. Now everything will have a place and the
bottom of your under the sink cabinet will stay clean.
Cutlery storage is the perfect way to make sure that
your forks, spoons, and knives all stay in their place. This
is a simple and easy way to remain organized and will
make all of your cutlery easy to find for your convenience. Having multiple cutlery drawers, if you can, will make things much easier!
Tall Pull-Out Storage
This type of storage is perfect if you want shelving
but the look of a singular cabinet. You can use tall
pull out storage to hold food, pots, dishes, and more. Pull out pantries can be easier to organize when compared to traditional rollouts. They can also be used in tight spaces while maximizing storage.
These racks can be placed inside your cabinets
to store your pans and cutting boards more
efficiently. Now instead of them all being stacked
one on top of the other, making them hard to find
and get out, they will all be upright and organized.
Decorative storage is a way to organize with style. Using functional and useful home decor can make organizing simpler.
You can use anything from mason jars to baskets, and fill them with house food or kitchen utensils. They act as a visual detail, while also being useful. Using old jars is a great way to organize and recycle!
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