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7 Pro ideas to Maximise Your Kitchen Storage

7 Pro ideas to Maximise Your Kitchen Storage

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You don’t need to be a professional chef or a baking master to organize your kitchen, as simple homemakers are even more likely to manage their kitchen. You perhaps have many pots, pans, dishes, cutlery, and baking equipment if you’ve got a cooking hobby. Organizing them in and around your kitchen must be quite a challenge, but it doesn’t have to be. All you need are a few ideas to maximize your kitchen storage.

1.Maximise your wall space.

You can install cabinets all around your kitchen, and it would not need to look intrusive. Ceiling to floor cabinets hidden cleverly behind sliding doors are ideal for small kitchens, and your space would not look as narrow without all the visible clutter. Install hooks for oven mitts and potholders, magnetic strips for your knives, and overhead storage for your stemmed glasses. You can even put a hanging spice rack right over your stove so you won’t have to reach inside drawers for your spices. Cabinet surfaces, sides, and insides are great places to hang organizers and place hooks.

2.Layered drawers

It’s always a pleasure to find drawers within drawers, although it’s common nowadays in modern kitchens. Layered drawers with several partitions are best used to separate forks from knives and spoons from can openers or corkscrews. You would not need to rummage inside a messy drawer when every piece of cutlery has its place in your kitchen drawers. If your drawers do not have partitions, you can place cutlery trays inside to maintain the organization of your cutlery.

3.Pull-out organizers

Installing a pull-out organizer inside your cabinets is an excellent way of reaching spaces deep inside them. You would not need to bend over and insert your body inside a cabinet to get out a ceramic pan. Pull-out organizers are easy to install, and they also promote easy access to everything you need.

4.Pull-down shelves

Having to squeeze into narrow spaces in your kitchen is a thing of the past. Having a pull-down shelf clears your kitchen floor area, and you’d have extra space to move around without bumping into a cabinet or a shelf. It also gives your kitchen the illusion of being bigger. Having a shelf that’s high up on your kitchen wall also keeps your food and other goods safe from pests such as ants, mice, and cockroaches.

5.Cabinet organizers

Several cabinet organizers are already on the market, but the blind corner cabinet organizer is one such innovation. If you have large cabinets in your kitchen, blind corner organizers are highly recommended. This organizer allows you to reach the blind corners of your cabinets, where you stash pots, pans, and other kitchen paraphernalia which you rarely use. When you’re in a hurry, you just have to pull out your blind corner cabinet organizer and quickly reach for what you need.

6.Sink drainer/organizer

There’s a drainer that can easily be installed right over your sink, and it’s not as bulky as it may sound. You can place your newly washed dishes, cutlery, and glasses on it, and there’s even a place for your dish soap and sponge. It fits right above your sink, and you won’t be bumping into it because it’s set right against your kitchen wall. It’s usually made of stainless steel, making it easy to clean. All the water dripping from it goes straight into the sink, avoiding making a wet mess on your kitchen floor.

7.Invisible pantries

If you’ve got enough space, you can install a pull-out cabinet right inside your kitchen walls. These cabinets are accessible by a soft push or a cabinet handle embedded into the door’s surface. There’s no need to install cabinets that take up floor space if you have this kind of cabinet. You can even DIY it with a little bit of elbow grease and the right tools.

Organizing your kitchen doesn’t have to be expensive. All you need is to maximize the space you already have by checking which nooks and crannies of your kitchen can accommodate a cabinet or a pull-down shelf. In this case, imagination and creativity go a long way, especially if you have tools and time to fix your kitchen storage yourself.