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Increase Kitchen Space


Do you struggle to find space for all your kitchen gadgets, cookbooks and other food-preparation necessities? Here are some creative ways to utilize any unused space in your kitchen:

  • Look up. If you've got some space on your ceiling and no light fixtures are in the way, consider mounting a hanging pot rack. This is a great way to keep pots and pans handy and maximize your time and space. Also, if your cabinets don't extend all the way to the ceiling, you can store cooking items that you don't often use on top of them.

  • Organize cabinets by zones. Keep glasses and cups in a cabinet near the fridge for when you want a drink. Keep pots and pans near the stove for cooking. Keep dishes above or near the sink and dishwasher.

  • Magnets are functional. Keeping knives in a drawer, especially if they are tossed in with other utensils, isn't the most efficient - or safe - ways of storing them. Instead, install a magnetic strip near your prep area to hold your knives.



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