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Storage is a big issue and a small kitchen represents a problem. Even if initially your kitchen seems large enough for you, in the end you will try very hard to push all your utensils and appliances in every little corner you might find available. But don not despair! There are always solutions to help you save some space and utilize other. You must understand that you will probably need to add exposed storage, baskets and pot rails to your small kitchen which might change the design of your room. But an industrial raw bold design scheme can work very well and this concept is actually used quite frequently nowadays. So don’t be afraid to be a little bit bold and wild, while keeping things under control and tidy. A tidy mess. Check out the gallery showcased below for some good ideas on how to add some extra storage space to your small kitchen. Please share your thoughts in the comment section below. Enjoy!
Add stackable shelves to your cabinets for more storage.
Use exposed storage instead of cabinets and drawers which will make the room seem smaller.
Hanging baskets for your vegetables at your reach.
Under-shelf baskets for bottles and small boxes.
A dispenser for trash bags to the side of your under-sink cabinet is very practical.
Find adaptable furniture as well as smart pieces that can fold and bend to occupy less space.
Add a pot rail under your cabinets.
Hang spray bottles on a tension rope under your sink.
Organize all of your cabinets.
Stack ingredients in jars.
Or use magnetic boxes for your spices.
Or hang your pots on a wall.
File holder mounted to the inside of a cabinet door.
Hang cutting boards on the side of cabinets next to the sink.
Add a wall-mounted dish drainer to let the counter free.
Use pipes for bottle storage.
Hang your cutlery.
Or your cups.