A small kitchen may seem like a curse, but it can become manageable and charming if you know how to make the most of the available space. Cabinets are not the only place where you can store things, and there are a lot of “dead spots” in the kitchens that can actually be useful. Whether you use the sides of refrigerators or cabinet doors, be prepared to triple the amount of space you have with these small kitchen ideas to organize.
- Look under the cabinets.
Many people love wine but not everyone has the space to keep it. Get these smart-footed glass shelves underneath the furniture to create some vacant space.
- Hanging Storage.
If you don’t have a lot of space in the closet, try displaying your pots and cutting boards in an attractive way to free up space. If you want to add texture to your kitchen, a grid panel displays everything from pans to booths strips.
- Operate your refrigerator for you.
Rather than hoarding magnetic freebies, try to set up magnetic shelves. This magnetic kitchen organizing medium can contain everything from sauces to paper towels. The same concept can also be applied to the sides of the cabinets.
- Get a rolling trolley.
Create more storage space in your kitchen with a handy three-level trolley on wheels.
- Organize the cabinets.
Seeing an avalanche of kitchen batteries and other cooking associations can make your eyes tremble. Avoid cluttered cabinets by installing sliding baskets or three-level door racks.
- Try a mobile island.
As we mentioned in our guide on Simple kitchen renovation ideas, not all islands need to be tailor-made. A compact multifunctional island, such as a table on stainless steel casters, is a clever option to provide more storage and preparation space while providing a place to eat your omelet in the morning.
- Mount a pot holder.
If you are running out of cabinets, consider installing your own compact wood pot holder on a free space in the kitchen, where you can stack your pots and hang your stoves.
- Give a place of choice to beloved utensils.
If you are a baker but are overwhelmed by utensils scattered in your kitchen, hang them inside a piece of furniture.
- Explore the stand-alone shelves.
If you find yourself with a little vertical space on the walls of your kitchen, put it to work with stand-alone shelves. Fill it with all your cups, saucers, teapots, plants, etc.
- Build it like a big tower.
Increase and organize your counter by investing in an expandable tower shelf.
- Create Shelves.
Another unexpected way to create more space in your small kitchen is to create “sub-shelves” with sub-shelving baskets or stackable shelving organizers.