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KITCHEN STORAGE IDEAS
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KITCHEN STORAGE IDEAS

posted in Ship Happens by Ship It Appliances on 09:33 Oct 28th, 2015<< Back to Ship Happens

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As we mentioned in the last blog, storage is something that continues to evolve and change over time. Currently the main focus is on compact storage and maximizing space. Today we're going to look at several ideas to help maximize your space and store things more efficiently.


Cutting Boards

As unusual as it sounds, a perfect storage idea for cutting boards is to store them in a wicker basket, in a similar manner to how you may store magazines. Having them stored upright helps save a lot of space that would otherwise be taken up if they were lying flat.


Slide Out Pantry

These nifty storage spaces are growing in popularity, they allow you to store a lot of items but then have them hidden away by sliding into the wall or surrounding fixtures.


Bring The Office To Your Kitchen

There are a variety of office tidy items that can be utilised in a kitchen environment. Metal desk tidies can be mounted on walls and used around the sink area to store cleaning products. Being mounted on the wall also helps save space on the kitchen counters.


Door Mounting

The back of the door is an ideal place to install hooks and holders for various pans and kitchen utensils. If you have multiple doors in your kitchen, you have even more opportunity to experiment with this idea.


Containers

Many food products come in many different packets, tins, jars and so on. A good way of having all of your products stored neatly is to try putting them in square or rectangular containers. This way your products can be stacked and arranged much better allowing for much neater and efficient use of your space.


Crockery Drawers

Many people have their crockery out on shelves or on counters this may look nice but takes up a lot of space. Combat this by dedicating one or two drawers to storing all of your crockery, this way your crockery is safely stored and you free up considerable space.



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