Published at Monday, February 10th 2020. by Regan Bethany in Kitchen Storage.
The kitchen storage trolley is not only for storage underneath, but it can also be used as a chop block for the top piece as well which is going to give you a lot more counter space which is something everyone can enjoy, especially all of you cooks and Chefs out there! You can find ones that act as a trolley and a cutting board, or you can find ones that act as a storage area and pot and pan rack, or you could find one that acts as a microwave stand or cookbook holder and a storage area underneath.
Get Rid of Excess The kitchen holds some types of items that are notorious for being in excess. Coffee cups, glasses, plates, bowls, and silverware have a tendency to pile up without anyone ever noticing. One of the fastest ways to get more space in your kitchen is to only keep a limited number of these items and getting rid of the rest. Sure, it is nice to have a matching set of coffee mugs for when company is over and those novelty mugs are just too funny to get rid of, but your space is limited. If you have a household of four people that drink coffee on a daily basis, there is no reason to have more than eight coffee cups.
When choosing kitchen storage, specifically for the new home owner, there are two general types of ideas the kinds of storage that are appropriate and needed in just about any kitchen, and those more suited to the individual kitchen and personalities of the owner. If you know the owner well, and have seen the new home or pictures of the new home is kitchen, then consider a gift that specifically suits that kitchen. For example, you may have seen the kitchen, and noticed that it is small, and low on drawer and cupboard storage. Also, you know the home owner to be an avid cook, so you wonder to yourself where they will keep their spices. The perfect gift might be a magnetic spice rack, the type where a modern looking metal sheet is mounted on a wall, or inside a cabinet door, then neat, metal containers hold spices, magnetically stored away on the mounted metal sheet. Myriad such ideas for specific storage needs exist, and a walk through a home organizing store would reveal many ideas to suit any kitchen.
Ruthless De Cluttering. Yes, that rooster shaped canister set did belong to your grandmother and, yes, it would be a shame to get rid of it. However, it has a layer of dust on it an inch thick because it has not been moved from its spot on kitchen shelf for as long as anyone can remember. The same goes for that fondue set your mother insisted on buying you for your anniversary last year, and you did not have the heart to tell her that, no, in your mind at least, the seventies craze for lukewarm gooey cheese dips is not back, whatever her women is magazines say.
Storage rack units comes in two of the most popular materials used in making them including wood or steel, so what ever you choose, make sure they are solidly built. While other rack units can be mounted on the wall, others are attached in the cupboard or placed near the cooking stoves.
An additional way to free up space in your kitchen is to reorganize your kitchen cabinets. One method is to remove dry foods from their sometime bulky containers and store them in purpose bought storage canisters. Ingredients such as pasta, flour, sugar and coffee grounds can be removed from their packaging and placed in airtight containers. Not only will you be freeing up space, but your ingredients will last longer.
Pot and Pan Hanger Another huge space saver is a pot and pan hanger. These can be mounted right on the way or can even be made to hang from the ceiling. Once installed you simply hang all of your pots and pans by their handles and then step back and look in delight at all the kitchen space you created.
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