Kitchen Cabinets - Maximize Your Storage With These Unique Ideas

Kitchen Cabinets - Maximize Your Storage With These Unique Ideas

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1. Hang corkboards on the inside of your cabinet door to take advantage of every bit of space.

You can use hooks to hang measuring cups, like here, or to pin recipes and coupons. From here.

2. Keep measuring equivalents and measuring cups handy with some hooks, chalkboard paint, and a chalk marker.

It’s amazing what chalkboard paint can do, and a chalk marker (like these, $12.34) won’t smear when you accidentally brush it with your hand. From here.

3. You could also hang a sheet of tin on the inside of your cabinets to create a magnetic spice rack.

Cork in some cabinets, spice rack in others. See the tutorial here.

4. Naturally, a magnetic spice rack would also work well on the side of your fridge.

Learn how to make these cute magnetic spice holders (from baby food jars!) here.

5. This version uses baskets instead of individual jars.

Get the directions here. You can find similar small plastic baskets here for $1.49 each, and a pack of sticky magnets here for $2.99.

6. Use screw-hooks on the top of an awkward corner cabinet to turn it into a pot rack.

From here. Screw hooks are a little over $6 for a pack of 25, here.

7. Or, invest in a Lazy Susan cabinet to make all of that awkward corner space more accessible.

You have to get the one above (which is this one) at a cabinet store, but you can also buy ones you install yourself, like this one.

8. Use Sugru (a moldable glue) to make customized pot lid holders on the inside of your cabinets.

Get some here, $22 for a pack of 8, and find the tutorial here.

9. The insides of cabinets are also great places to put hooks for rags, gloves, and pot holders.

Get similar hooks here, $9.58 for a pack of 18.

10. Put shelves on top of your shelves.

Use all of that vertical space. These start at $11.99 here.

11. OR put shelves UNDER your shelves.

These Undershelf baskets start at $6.99 here.

12. Make it easier to find the pan you need by stacking them using pan dividers.

You can get dividers starting at $3.99 here. From here.

13. Organize lighter items like baking sheets and cooling racks with a dividing file rack.

Small kitchen bakers, you know the struggle. Get a similar rack for $11.79 here, and see the tutorial here.

14. Make up with shelves what you might lack in cabinets.

Especially helpful if someone forgot to build a pantry in your apartment. Learn how to keep all that uncovered shelf space looking nice here.

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