When it comes to remodeling your kitchen, chances are you’re more concerned with what the finished product will look like on the outside. That’s totally understandable. Of course, as just about everyone knows, it’s not what is on the outside but what is on the inside that counts. If getting weighed down by the details of a kitchen remodel isn’t really your style, we’ve got great news for you! We’ve made a list of stunning kitchen storage ideas for you to utilize in your next remodel. Check out the solutions that made our list below.
Pull-out Compartments: You’ve seen it on Pinterest. A drawer or cabinet in the kitchen with perfectly compartmentalized sections. It organizes everything from fine china to tupperware. When you want to talk the details, this customized feature is the perfect way to keep your kitchen drawers or cabinets organized. Best of all, the individual compartments help ensure that your most precious kitchenware remains safely stored until you’re ready to use it again.
Sliding Storage: Stop stooping over to get to that cookie tray you use once in a blue moon. Quit squatting in an effort to be eye-level with your cabinets. Instead, install shelves that can easily be pulled out when you’re hunting for something in particular. There’s no limit to what these easily seen shelves can hold from spices to appliances to baking gear to cleaning supplies.
Corner Drawers: The Lazy Susan may have been THE kitchen invention about 20 years ago, but today it’s all about corner drawers. That’s right. Instead of a deep dark cabinet off in the corner of your kitchen, utilize uniquely shaped corner cabinetry. Full depth drawers on not only fun to use, they’re helping homeowners take advantage of all that extra space.
Book Shelf: No one knows what to do with all of those cookbooks. Where do you store them? The clutter countertops, but placing them on the dining room bookshelves isn't practical. Why not try adding some shelf space to the end of your cabinet or on the side of your kitchen island? Use the space to store everything from cookbooks to cookware while still keeping your cabinets clutter free.
Backsplash Storage: Did you know that you can use your backsplash to keep track of pots and pans? It’s true. Instead of going with the traditional backsplash, try installing a wall mounted pegboard. In addition to being able to customize the paint color and adding a unique twist to your kitchen, you can also use it to store cookware and small kitchen utensils. Best of all, you can add or subtract as much pegboard as you need for storage purposes.
In-Counter Knife Storage: The days of knife blocks are long gone. Instead, you can install a unique drop-in knife blog on your countertop! Your knives will stay safely enclosed while still being easily accessible. Best of all, you won’t have a bulky block taking up much needed countertop space.
There are many ways that you can create extra storage in your kitchen. While these are just a few of our favorites, there are a lot more out there to be found on sites like Houzz. Also, don’t forget about Docking Drawer in-drawer powering and charging solutions. They’ll easily fit into your kitchen drawers and ensure that your family stays connected.
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