Published at Monday, 04 November 2019. Kitchen Storage. By Regan Bethany.
Kitchens, per square foot, often contain more stuff than any other space in the home, with the possible exception being the bedroom closet. This means that in order for a kitchen to exist with optimum utility, maximizing the storage space in the kitchen is vital. Fortunately, there are a lot of options when it comes to utilizing space in the kitchen, as long as you know what they are. When many professionals discuss maximizing the storage space in a kitchen, they would advocate adding an island to the middle of the kitchen, which also means tearing down walls to open up the space as a whole, or addition more shelving units in empty spaces. However, these tips require some major construction in order to be completed. Not everyone has the time, money, or know how to undergo such a project on a whim, more importantly, they should not have to. Here are 2 tips to help you maximize your kitchen storage space.
Add an Island. If it is storage space, not floor space, that is the problem, the addition of a kitchen island is relatively quick and easy and can solve all your storage problems instantly. There are many different styles you can choose, from the most basic kitchen islands with just a few cupboards underneath to really rather sophisticated ones that have their own small sink. Another advantage of adding a new kitchen island is that it can also often do double duty as a casual dining area without gobbling up too much extra square footage.
Glass kitchen containers would be the best ones to choose because they will blend in with any of the decorations that you have in your home. Another thing to keep in mind is that plastic containers are available for storing your goods in as well. Again, if you are on a budget, the plastic containers would be the cheaper option to go with and you can find plastic containers that are very distinctive in design as well. Take your time and make sure you buy canisters that you know will work for your goods.
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