Organize Your Tiny Kitchen - SINK AREA

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1. Install kitchen sink, drawers that tip out.

You need all the space you can get. Here’s a tutorial from someone who actually installed it, and here’s where you can buy the Tip-Out Kit, $20.99 for two trays and two sets of hinges.

2. Keep an over-the-sink cutting board handy to temporarily expand your counter space.

If you have a tiny kitchen, you know that counter space comes at a premium. Get this one for $39.73 here, or one without a colander here.

3. Maximize your under-sink storage space with a pocket organizer.

Got sewing machine skills? Here’s a tutorial for making your own custom-size pocket organizer. Otherwise, you could buy an inexpensive over-the-door shoe organizer (like this one, $12.19), and cut it to fit — it has enough pockets to cover at least two different doors.

4. Make the under-cabinet vertical space work for you with the help of two Command hooks and a small basket.

From here. Get more Command Hook organization ideas here.

5. You can also repurpose old magazine holders as Ziploc bag and aluminum foil holders.

Command strips are basically the easiest and best route for attaching storage to the inside of your cabinets.Here’s the tutorial.

6. If you’re a go-big-or-go-home type, invest in a rolling shelf system.

You can find dozens of pre-made rolling cabinet storage options, like this one, $79.98. Or, carpenters can build it themselves with these plans from Family Handyman.

7. Create extra counter space by buying an over-the-sink shelf.

This one is $29.99, here.

8. Give the bare sides of cabinets (like those that face your sink) a purpose.

See how to make this happen with IKEA products here.

9. If cup and glass storage is at a premium, you can also install small shelves.

Pretty glasses optional. From here.

10. If the space above your sink allows, you can hang a simple rail from your ceiling.

This one’s from IKEA, $6.99. Pot rack problems? Solved. From here.

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