By BISmiL4hOmalleysofnyack. Kitchen Storage. At Monday, November 11th 2019, 15:45:11 PM.
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.
Hanging Baskets Hanging baskets are another way to store some items that can be clogging up space in your kitchen. Use a three tiered mesh hanging basket to put fruits and veggies into. This keeps the fruits and veggies up and out of the way and allows for more space to be freed up in your kitchen.
A lot of people tend to overlook the fact that a kitchen is also there for storage purposes, as well as for preparing and cooking food. One of the biggest complaints that people have about their kitchens, especially if they move to a new home, is the fact that the kitchen is lacking in suitable storage space. Nevertheless, even if you have not moved to a new home that has a lack of storage space, your own existing kitchen may not have a lot of storage space. Thankfully, there are a few steps that you can take in order to increase your kitchen storage space. In this article, we will take a look at some of the solutions for adding extra kitchen storage space.
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.
Whether your kitchen is eight feet by eight feet or twenty feet by twenty feet, it needs organization. And thankfully, the tools for organizing your kitchen can be found in many sizes. If you have a smaller kitchen, some of the handiest kitchen storage items are shelf inserts, and over the door shelves. These maximize the storage capacity of each cabinet. I personally like the over the door holder for my aluminum foil and plastic wrap.
If your kitchen is more than a little cramped and cluttered and you are not quite ready to call in a kitchen remodeling team, there are a few simple tweaks you can make that will free up some precious storage space quickly and easily. Here are just a few of them.