No matter the size of your kitchen, every little inch matters when it comes to storage. A simpleabove a window increases display space for plates, bowls, and art.
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An awkward corner can be maximized by adding in easy storage., tucked underneath cabinets, gives you a space to stow glassware — and since the glasses match the shelf, the effect is nearly invisible.
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Aand pot racks show off your collections while also keeping these items out of the way. Bonus: They're easily accessible when you need to grab them.
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Floating shelves on either side of a window offer space for dishes and glassware. Don't worry if you only have a small amount of wall space to work with: petite shelves can still get the job done.
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Declutter an open-shelving mess with a grid of woven boxes. In this Los Angeles kitchen, paper tags keep each baskets' contents organized.
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Store lesser-used gadgets in higher cabinets. If you don't already have some, add them in above your hood and windows.
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This copper-pipe shelving holds hooks for coffee cups and cookware, keeping the countertop free for actual cooking. Plus, it looks seriously chic.
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An open shelving unit adds more storage, but doesn't take up too much floor — or visual — space. An antique étagère placed on the counter of this kitchen holds books and bowls.
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This ingenious tip comes from the one and only Ina Garten. When she updated her East Hampton country kitchen, she used a wicker basket to corral all of her cutting boards.
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In this 48-square-foot New York City kitchen, the "pantry" for dry goods consists of two cabinets that slide out over the countertop so that everything is easy to find.
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Antique cabinets aren't limited to dining rooms. Add one into your kitchen for a vintage feel that's totally functional.
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In this kitchen, all the chaos is hidden behind closed doors, which open to reveal an expansive pantry. Pull-out willow baskets hold fruit and vegetables.
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These drawers are outfitted with movable pegs, so they can accommodate various sized dishes.
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Vintage swivel stools are playful, but, most importantly, practical, since they almost disappear when not in use.
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Inspired by a vintage printer's desk, the cabinets in this California kitchen were made to look like drawers. Minds = blown.
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This pull-out cutting board has a hole, which makes it easy to brush the scraps straight into the trash bin just below. It's a total veggie-chopping gamechanger.
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This tiny apartment's kitchen is camouflaged from the living area with folding doors. It can be opened up for cooking, then closed off when guests arrive.
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Old wooden Champagne cases are the ideal size for storing small kitchen accessories like tea. Add a colorful wallpaper or gift wrap to the back for an easy pop of cheer.
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You don't need the stress of installing a pegboard to have a place to hang your favorite kitchen supplies: A slatted wooden door is the perfect spot.
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Surplus office organizers are perfect for storing cleaning supplies and small plants, especially next to the sink.
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Don't ignore the power of a good container system. This blogger stores everything in the appropriate container — from clear plastic for her flours and pastas, to metal tins for supplies.
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Keeping your kitchen clean is simpler if your favorite sprays and supplies are always on-hand, like in this DIY pipe solution.
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This wood countertop has an integrated bowl. Set down eggs as you take them out of the fridge, and they won't roll away.