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9 Outstanding Ways to Use Wall Storage to Help Organize Your Kitchen




It can be hard to put together a kitchen that has limited storage. There are options.


You can bring in your own storage items, like a makeshift island or a cart-turned-prep-station. You can store some of your kitchen supplies outside the kitchen. You can get rid of some things. Also, you can make the most of vertical space that you don't know about: your walls.


It can be difficult to hang things on walls due to fear of visual clutter. However, it can look great if done right.


You must be very organized to use open shelving. You will need to be more careful with what you put on open shelving.


Is it worth it? If it's easily accessible, you can grab it. This will reduce the amount of time you spend searching through your messy utensil cabinet.


If you live in a big city, your kitchen will be smaller. You need your cabinet space for bigger, bulkier items. Sometimes vertical space is overlooked and not considered as floor space.


This space is still available to all.


How can you make the most out of your wall space? Here are 8 ways we love to make the most of your wall space:


Install a pegboard


We love pegboards. Pegboards can be found at most hardware stores and are very affordable. You can paint it the same color you have your walls to make it stand out.


Pegboard can be used for hanging your most frequently used and difficult-to-store kitchenware. A bar can be added to your pegboard to hang towels, microplanes and paper towels. Check out accessories to maximize the utility of your pegboard.


Hang a pot rack


The hanging pot rack makes it easy to have all your kitchen tools at your disposal for cooking, and drying afterwards.


Hang only a few pots. It's important to keep it simple and only hang the most essential.



Hang a Knife Magnet


We have discussed knife magnets before as we are huge fans. These are great space-savers. Hanging a lot of knives at once is not a good idea. Keep your three most important kitchen knives, chef's blade and paring knife close to your work area. This will allow you to quickly fix those vegetables without digging through drawers.


Stemware holders are also available to be hung


To hang wine glasses from the bottom cabinets, use a stemware holder. You will feel like you are in a restaurant when your home feels like it.


This is a great option if you don’t have much storage space. It can be hard to store wine glasses with plates and water glasses.


Your Dish Rack can be elevated



Non-dishwasher friends, do you know how much your dish rack takes over your counter space?


This dish rack is brilliant. The dish rack can be hung from the countertop, freeing up space for more important kitchen tasks. The dish rack is attached to a hook and features a drip tray that captures moisture.


Magnetic kitchen organization racks can be hung from the fridge's side.


Mather states that this rack is very popular because it has many bars. The bottom of the rack has hooks and a shelf for scissors, bottle openers, or other items. The magnetic attachment makes it easy to install. It doesn't take up much space, but it will still be useful. You can try a smaller version that holds paper towels.


Utilize door space


Don't toss a kitchen door! This bathroom organizer is great for over-the-door storage. This organizer can be used in your bathroom. It can be used to store small items, such as oil or spices, on a narrow shelf.


You can install open shelving


You have many options when it comes to beautiful open shelves. These shelves are great for adding visual interest to your kitchen and storing essential kitchen supplies. These are two important points to keep in mind.


You can purchase shelves with lip to prevent items falling off of the shelves. These shelves are perfect for oils and mugs.


Think about what you want to display. This will make it a part of your decor. We love to display our favorite ceramics and spice in matching bottles, Mason jars of dried grains and beans.

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