Through the years, we have contracted many kitchen remodels. It’s shocking how many exquisite designs can be captured in such an engaging space! Some kitchens have dramatic architecture and grand-scaled islands while others are smaller in frame with fine details. Nonetheless, large or small, every kitchen needs optimum storage and space-saving design.
Here are a few ways you can incorporate smart space in your next kitchen.
Pull-Out Pantry Units
Being organized can save more than time, it can save money. Knowing what you have stored in your cabinetry that would otherwise be hard to find is eliminating an extra purchases down the road. Consider pull-out pantry units to have a systematic approach to storing and obtaining items.
Hidden Stepladder Storage
Most newly designed kitchens have cabinets nearly reaching 8 or 9-foot ceilings. These are also considered to be hard to reach places. So, to take advantage of the added space in the upper cabinets, include a folding and/or built-in stepladder that easily enables you to move it along the bottom cabinetry units and tuck under when not in use.
Wall-Hung Plate Rack
These make for an intriguing focal point in the kitchen. You can quickly have access to all your dishware at a glance.
Most modern kitchens of today feature the elegant looking islands. Having an island in the kitchen allows for added counter-space for meal-prep and serves as added seats.
Hanging Pot Rack
Pot racks above the island make for an appealing design. Consider adding a 3-5 foot oval hanging rack to place all your pots and pans.
These little tricks of the trade will help you stay organized and entertain more than ever. Do you have any space-saving tips to recommend?