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Critical Ways to Use Wall Storage to Help Organize Your Kitchen



A kitchen with limited storage can be difficult to put together. There are many options.


You can bring in your own storage items, like a makeshift island or a cart-turned-prep-station. Some of your kitchen supplies can be stored outside of the kitchen. Some things can be thrown out. You can also make the most out of vertical space you don't even know about: your walls.


Fear of clutter can make it difficult to hang items on walls. If done correctly, it can look amazing.


Open shelving requires organization. Open shelving will require you to be more careful about what you place on it.


Is it worth the effort? It's easier to grab it if it's easy to find. This will decrease the time spent searching through your messy utensil cabinets.


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


This space is still available for all.


How can you get the most from your wall space? We love these 8 ways to make the most out of your wall space.


Install a pegboard


We love pegboards. Pegboards are available at most hardware shops and are quite affordable. To make it stand out, you can paint it in the same color as your walls.


Pegboard is a great way to hang your most used, but also difficult-to-store, kitchenware. To hang towels, microplanes, and paper towels, a bar can be attached to your pegboard. To maximize the utility and usability of your pegboard, consider accessories.


A pot rack can be hung


Hanging pot racks make it easy to keep all your kitchen tools available for cooking and drying.


Only hang a handful of pots. Keep it simple, and only hang what is absolutely necessary.


Hang a Knife Magnet


We've discussed knife magnetic before, as we are big fans. These are space-savers. It is not a good idea to hang too many knives at once. Your chef's knife , paring knives and three most essential kitchen knives are all close at hand. This will enable you to quickly fix your vegetables without having to dig through drawers.


Stemware holders can also be used to hang your dishes.


Use a stemware holder to hang wine glasses from the bottom cabinets. When your home feels like a restaurant, you will feel as if it is.


If you don't have a lot of storage space, this is an excellent option. It can be difficult to store wine glasses and plates with water glasses.


You can elevate your dish rack


Do you know how much space your dish rack takes up on your counter, non-dishwasher friends?


This dish rack is amazing. This dish rack can be hung from a countertop to free up space for other kitchen tasks. The dish rack attaches to a hook with a drip tray that collects moisture.


Magnetic kitchen organization racks are easily hung from the refrigerator's side.


Mather says that the rack is extremely popular due to its many bars. Hooks are located at the bottom of this rack. There is also a shelf that can hold scissors, bottles openers or other small items. It is easy to attach the magnetic attachment. The magnetic attachment doesn't take up much space but will still be very useful. A smaller version can hold paper towels.


Utilize door space


Do not throw out a kitchen door! This bathroom organizer is ideal for storage above-the-door. You can use this organizer in your bathroom. This organizer can be used in your bathroom to store small items such as oils or spices on a narrow shelf.


Open shelving can be installed


There are many options for beautiful open shelves. These shelves can be used to add visual interest to your kitchen or for storing essential kitchen supplies. These are two key points to remember.


To prevent items from falling off shelves, shelves can be purchased with lip. These shelves are ideal for oils and mugs.


Consider what you would like to show. It will become a part your decor. Our favorite ceramics and spices are displayed in matching Mason jars, which contain dried grains and beans.

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