Having a tiny kitchen always leaves homeowners with kitchen wares arrangement dilemma. It’s a matter of knowing how to trick out the cabinets, drawers, island, wall and even the back of the pantry door. Consider all these potential spots especially your wall then you won’t have to worry where to stack your cooking accoutrement.
Colanders and pans take a lot of space when stored inside a cabinet or drawer. That doesn’t help the fact when you have many kitchen appliances. One thing you can do is hang them on the wall and save space for other things! Get a pegboard with a reasonable size for your wall but one that will still be able to store more than 5 utensils. Use a level to mark the edges and correctly align the anchors (6 anchors in total and 3 for each 1x2 support). Note that it’s better to use semi-gloss paint for the finish for easy cleaning. This creative wall storage idea for your small kitchen is totally worth trying!
Everyone has one or two office supply organizers just lying around at home. Put them to good use by repurposing them to store your dish soap and sponge. Hang one on the wall near your kitchen sink for easier access when washing your dishes. This might be a small thing to do but it won’t hurt to make your sink area a little more organized, right?
Instead of placing your platters inside a cabinet or on the counter, why don’t you display them on the wall? If you arrange them in a unique way it can add beauty to your kitchen. Use plain pine boards in 1x4 and 1x3’s and figure out the right measurements of the space you will place the rack in. Use a nail gun to attach the shelves then you can polish it with a color of your choice to make it look like it’s bought from IKEA.
Now is the time to think outside the box! Build a shelf on your wall to stash your cans and bins or any other kitchen appliances on top and stash your spice and herb jars underneath with magnets. Attach the board you will use as a shelf with brackets and simply screw on some glass jars under the shelf. You will only need to twist the jar and the lid will stay in place. A great way to assign function in a place anybody wouldn’t normally use!
Your wall and the back of your pantry door already run out of place for new storage so now you are wondering if you still have any space left to store your utensils. Take a look at the backsplash between your cabinets and countertop. That is a perfect place to build another shelf or two! If the blank space happens to be on top of your sink, you can opt to have glass shelves and make it your own wet bar to stow glass wares.
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2.Repurpose Your Office Supply Organizers
5.Assign Your Backsplash
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