Lacking Storage Space in Your Kitchen? Add More with These Fabulous Ideas


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From food to cooking utensils, your kitchen has to hold a lot of stuff. Otherwise, it can’t be used to it’s full potential and makes cooking meals very difficult. But sometimes no matter how hard you try, sometimes there just isn’t anywhere to put anything. No matter what size your kitchen is, a lack of storage is not something you have to put up with. There are more ways that you realise to make the most of the space you’ve got while still keeping your kitchen organised. Try these ideas today and get your kitchen in order in no time.

# Declutter your kitchen

If you’ve lived in your home for a long time, your kitchen could probably benefit from a thorough declutter. Even though this can be a time-consuming task, it’s the simplest way of maximising your space. You need to declutter every cupboard, drawer and shelves in your kitchen, removing anything broken, out of date or rotten. Once you’ve made more room, give these areas a clean with warm water. Then you need to organise where you intend to keep certain items. So all of your plates should be in one cupboard, your cutlery in another and so on. Doing this should show you just how much space was being taken up before and how you can put it to better use.

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# Think vertically

To get the most of your kitchen space, don’t always think horizontally. There is probably a lot of under-utilised space you can use vertically on your walls, doors and ceiling. You could build some RTA kitchen cabinets and install them above your sink or island unit. Or you could add shelves and hooks to the back of your door or the sides of cupboards to store your most used kitchen supplies. Small baskets and boxes can be placed on top of your overhead cabinets for further vertical storage too. If you have the space, you can’t go wrong with a hanging shelving unit or magnetic strip to store your knives. The possibilities are endless and could make a dramatic difference to the practicality and look of your kitchen.

# Install a pull-out pantry

A pantry is one of the most essential parts of a kitchen where you can store anything from tinned food to spices. But it can be difficult to keep it organised and know exactly what you have. Installing a pull out pantry with baskets or shelves, however, can add space and makes cooking a lot easier. These pantries come in a range of sizes and styles, which can stand independently or be added to an existing cabinet. To enhance the storage space even further, use clear, plastic containers with clear labels and place similar items on the same shelf. You could also add a two-way door that lets you open the pantry from either side for additional ease of access.

These are just a few ways you can add more storage to your kitchen to make it easier to negotiate and store your essentials. It will create a more spacious and organised room where you can dine, cook and entertain with ease.