It can be challenging to put together a kitchen with very little storage. There are other options.
You can bring in your own storage items, like a makeshift island or a cart-turned-prep-station. You can keep some of your kitchen items out of the kitchen. You can get rid some things. Vertical space can be made more efficient by using your walls.
Because of fear of visual clutter, it can be hard to hang things on walls. It can be beautiful if done well.
To use open shelving, you must be organized. Open shelving requires you to be much more careful about what you put in it.
Is it worthwhile? You can reach it easily if it isn't too far away. This will help you save time searching through your messy utensil drawer.
If you live in a major city, your kitchen may be smaller. You need your cabinet space for bigger, bulkier items. Sometimes vertical space can be overlooked and not considered as flooring.
This space remains available to all.
What can you do to make the most of your wall space.
8 Ways We Love to Make the Most of Your Wall Space:
Install a pegboard
We love pegboards. Pegboards come in a variety of colors and are affordable. It can be painted the same as your walls to make it standout.
Pegboard can be used to hang the most difficult-to store and frequently used kitchenware. You can add a bar to your pegboard for hanging towels, microplanes or paper towels. Accessories can be added to your pegboard to increase its utility.
Hook a pot rack
Hanging pot racks allow you to easily have all the kitchen tools you need for cooking and drying. Try to only hang a few pots. It is important to keep things simple and hang only the essential.
Hang a Knife Magnet
We are big fans of knife magnets and have previously discussed them. These are fantastic space-savers. This is a bad idea. Keep your main knife and chef's blade near your work area. This will make it easy to quickly fix the vegetables you need without having to go through all your drawers.
Stemware holders also come in handy for hanging.
A stemware holder is a way to hang wine glasses above the bottom cabinets. If your home feels like a restaurant it will make you feel like you're there.
This is a great solution if you don’t have much storage. It can be difficult for wine glasses to be stored with plates and water glasses.
The Dish Rack can be raised
Friends who don't dish wash often know just how much counter space is taken up by the dish rack.
This dish rack works well. The dish rack can hang from the countertop, making it easy to use for other important kitchen tasks. The dish rack can be attached to a hook. It also features a drip tray, which captures moisture.
Magnetic kitchen organization racks can also be hung from a fridge's side.
Mather claims that this rack is very well-liked because it features many bars. The rack's bottom has hooks and a shelf to store scissors, bottle openers, and other items. It's easy to mount thanks to the magnetic attachment.
Although it doesn't take up much room, it is still very useful. It is possible to get a smaller version that holds paper towels.
Utilize door space
You shouldn't throw your kitchen doors! This bathroom organizer can be used for storage over the door. This organizer can also be used in the bathroom. You can store small items like oil and spices on a narrow shelf.
Open shelving is possible
Beautiful open shelves are available in many styles. These shelves are great for adding visual interest and storage of essential kitchen supplies. These are important points to remember.
For items that are prone to falling off the shelves, you can buy shelves with lip. These shelves can be used for oils or mugs.
What are you looking to display? You can make it part of your decor. We love to display our favorite spices and ceramics in matching bottles and Mason jars with dried grains or beans.