Nothing updates your home like a brand-new redesigned kitchen. There are a lot of kitchen storage ideas out there and depending on the layout of your kitchen space, some will work, and some won’t. If you are about to start the process of a kitchen remodel, you may want to consider if these top kitchen storage ideas will work for you.
- Small and Large Appliance Storage. Be sure to build a deep storage cabinet to house your small appliances so they are out of sight but easily accessible. For larger appliances such as your mixer or air fryer, consider counter-height shelves or custom inserts that slide on a track and extend so you can access items when you need them.
- Bulky or Oddly-Shaped Food Item Storage. Cereal or rice boxes are usually quite tall, and you will need to make sure your shelves can accommodate their size. If you have a dog, you will want to have a dedicated space large enough to hold a bag of dog food, such as under the bottom shelf in the pantry.
- Recessed Cutting Board and Knife Drawer. Resting your cutting board up against the wall or leaving your knives out on the counter are both typical ways to store those things, but why not have a recessed cutting board and knife drawer built into your new cabinets? It will save you space and make your kitchen look cleaner.
- Vertical Storage Space. If you don’t have much horizontal space, make use of all things vertical. Narrow vertical drawers beneath and to the side of your range are a great place for storing spices and cooking oils and drawers built with upright containers are the perfect place to keep utensils for use while cooking.
If you are ready to start your kitchen remodel and need help with kitchen storage ideas, our designers and installers have the experience to help you create the kitchen of your dreams. Please give us a call at Custom Crafted Kitchens & Baths today.