If there’s one thing every kitchen needs, it’s plenty of storage! Whether you’re a fan of open shelving or prefer to keep things clean and minimal, there are plenty of options to choose from. The best part? Our team can help you create the organized, functional kitchen of your dreams with our Kitchen Fit program. Until then, scroll below to learn more about some of our favorite kitchen storage ideas!
Islands provide valuable storage space to any kitchen design. Adding a mix of storage solutions ensures every item has its designated area, from cookbooks to baking sheets and more. In addition to giving you more drawers and cabinets to work with, an island is a great place to hide small appliances like a wine fridge, stand mixer, microwave, or espresso maker.
One of the most commonly wasted storage spaces in your kitchen is the faux drawer front located directly under the sink. The good news? You can quickly turn it into functional storage space by installing a tip-out tray, perfect for storing sponges, drain covers, brushes, and other small cleaning tools.
Roll-Out Pantry & Cabinet Storage
Are you working with limited space inside your pantry or kitchen cabinets? When setting up your pantry storage, it’s helpful to think about it like a mini, at-home grocery store. Installing organizers and cubbies makes it easier to section off areas for specific snacks, ingredients, and dry goods. Consider using roll-out shelves and drawers that give you full access to every available inch.
Built-In Spice Storage
When it comes to spice organization, many storage ideas provide the convenience of a spice rack without the clutter. A pull-out spice cabinet is always a nice touch, especially if you’re an avid home cook! However, if you like to keep things simple with just a few herbs, a spice drawer may do the trick. This type of spice storage typically features a tiered organizer that allows spices to lay flat, ensuring labels are easy to read and nothing topples over.
Its name may suggest otherwise, but we can assure you this kitchen storage idea is anything but lazy! Adding a rotating organizer to cabinets and pantries keeps items that were once hard to reach front and center. Lazy susans are traditionally found inside a kitchen’s corner base cabinet, but they work beautifully in pantries and upper cabinets!
When you’re ready to start planning your own kitchen remodel, be sure to reach out to The Cabinet Store team.