Insanely Clever Ways To Organize Your Kitchen Items Everywhere Else

Insanely Clever Ways To Organize Your Kitchen Items Everywhere Else

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1. Get a table that folds into the wall, like a Murphy bed.

You can custom order this one here, or get a tutorial for how to build your own here.

2. If you have the space, a kitchen cart can serve multiple purposes.

It can serve as an extra counter, an extended storage area, or a temporary bar for entertaining. This is from IKEA, $179 here; styled by a blogger here.

3. Even a small, narrow rolling cart can majorly up your storage.

Stick it in a tiny awkward space that wouldn’t serve any use anyway. Get a similar one for $24.99 here.

4. Hang pots and pans somewhere up high.

Yeah, pot racks are usually reserved for expensive, fancy-ass kitchens, but if you’ve got the space above your head, why not use it for storage? This version is downsized for small kitchens, and is $59.95 here.

5. Make yourself a pegboard wall organizer.

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Great for when you don’t understand why there aren’t cabinets on blank walls, or when you have walls too small for cabinets but wide enough to hang a pot. See the step-by-step tutorial here.

6. Line the area right underneath the ceiling with shelves, especially if your cabinets don’t reach all the way up.

See how they built this one here.

7. Skip the counter-hogging knife block in favor of a magnetic knife strip, especially if counter space (and drawer space) come at a premium.

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Put your backsplash to work instead. Magnetic knife holders come in a variety of price ranges, like this one for $16.99 and this one for $49.95. Or, get a tutorial for how making your own here.

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