7 Great Ideas for Kitchen Storage

As the home of appliances, cookware and every specialty gadget under the sun, the kitchen is and always will be a perplexing place to organize.

The never-ending accessories and endless food cans, boxes and bags easily fill up every nook and cranny, especially in a not-so-big kitchen. These storage ideas will help you maximize your space and create a better kitchen.

1. Custom pantry

A pantry requires organization achieved through excellent functional design. Shelving, drawers, and baskets combine to accommodate specific needs and uses, ensuring accessibility and order in a space where items are continually removed and replaced. People love pantries because they house everything all in one place. You can see it all, so you don’t end up buying something you already have.


2. Oil and utensil pullouts.

In another example of well-designed cabinetry, narrow pullout cabinets on both sides of the range offer space for frequently used cooking oils, as well as utensils — a nice convenience for a frequent cook.


3. Pullout trash can.

A trash bin is not exactly a beautiful thing to have in the kitchen. It’s not aesthetical and it’s not hygienic either. But it is, however a must-have that can’t be replaced with anything else. The only remaining solution would be to try to find a way to conceal it so it doesn’t stay in plain sight or to make it less unappealing. This pullout trash can hides unattractive bins and frees up floor space, while the side nook can house trash bags and ties.


4. Appliance garage.

Just about all of us could use a clutter-free countertop, which is why appliance garages are popular. It is an excellent, trendy option for those who wish to hide multiple appliances between uses. Pro: Keeps small appliances hidden at counter height for ease of reach.


5. Dish drawer.

You will love this sturdy, deep drawer, which keeps plates within reach for even the shortest members of the household. Deep drawers can store more than just food items. This handy customizable pegboard allows drawers to store piles of dishes.


6. Pet bowls.

Pets are such an important part of many people’s lives. This built-in dog bowls is a great kitchen feature. To keep your pet from tripping you up while you cook, you can also add a dog or cat bed to your kitchen.


7. Open shelves.

This look is one of the most popular trends. These shelves can display decorative accessories or store daily dishes.



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