Friday, March 17, 2017

Ideas for storage in small kitchens

Install a Pull-Out Cutting Board

In a Houston kitchen designed by Michele Allman, a pullout cutting board has a hole, which makes it simple to brush the scraps directly into the trash bin just below.

Create a Cleaning Corner

Keeping your kitchen clean is more straightforward in case supplies and your favored sprays are always on hand, like in this DIY pipe solution.

Add a Crockery Drawer

"Crockery drawers mean you are not on your toes, striving to reach a stack of heavy china," Julie Stevenson says of her sleek, streamlined kitchen designed by Alexander Adducci in Lake Bluff, Illinois. The drawers are outfitted with movable pegs so that it is easy to accommodate various size dishes.

Add Cabinets Above the Window

Let light in and store unused gadgets in miniature row of cupboards.

Try a Etagere for Added Height

An open shelving unit adds more storage, but does not take up too much floor – or visual – space. A vintage étagère placed on the counter of Mary Jo Bochner's Savannah, Georgia, kitchen bowls and supports novels.

Zone Off a Small Space

From the living space with folding doors, the kitchen is camouflaged in designer Bill Brockschmidt's 640-square-foot apartment. "We may also close off the dining room from the kitchen with pocket doors, so that once guests have arrived, we can open up the kitchen for cooking," Brockschmidt says.

Countertops ideas - Homedepot
Custom kitchens Mississauga

Get Creative With Cabinets

Inspired by the desk of a classic printer, Monica Bhargava had the cupboards in her California kitchen made to look like drawers.

Kitchen ideas from Pinterest

Repurpose Office Supplies

Surplus office organizers are ideal for storing cleaning supplies and plants that are small, especially next to the sink.


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