4 EASY WAYS TO UPGRADE YOUR KITCHEN STORAGE
11th Oct 2016
We recently shared 5 must-have storage solutions for your new kitchen. The products in that post are unique because they must be installed during the initial kitchen or bathroom remodel. But what if you realize you didn’t add enough storage AFTER your kitchen or bathroom is complete? Fortunately, there are plenty of kitchen and bathroom storage solutions that can be easily added to existing cabinetry. From roll-out trays to cutlery dividers, here are some of the most popular solutions.
1. BASE CABINET STORAGE
Many people store their pots, pans and lids in their base cabinets, but shelving restrictions and limited space make it hard to find what you’re looking for. Base cabinet storage solutions, such as this Pots and Pans Organizer Roll-Out, are the perfect fix. The roll-out feature brings all your cookware to the front, making it easy for you to access while preparing a meal. Another option is the Base Cookware Storage Roll-Out, which features designated storage for lids.
2. KITCHEN DRAWER STORAGE
Kitchen drawer storage doesn’t have to be limited to utensils only. This Pegged Drawer Organizer, for example, features removable pegs that you can adjust for storing different-sized dishes and bowls. So what about your knives, spoons and forks? The Knife Section Cutting Center safely organizes knives and includes a convenient roll-out cutting board, while the Wood Tiered Drawer Storage maximizes space while keeping your tableware organized.
3. BATHROOM VANITY STORAGE
Whether you’ve expanded your beauty collection or simply need more room on your vanity countertop, drawer storage is the key to a tidy bathroom. This Vanity Drawer Storage features angled inserts to help keep your personal care items organized. You can also use cabinet drawers to your advantage. The Vanity Storage Rack, for instance, adheres to the back of your cabinet door and instantly becomes a storage space for toiletries.
4. CABINET DOOR STORAGE
Much like your bathroom, you can also install storage on the doors of the base cabinets and upper cabinets in your kitchen. Whether it’s for plastic bags or spices, you’ll benefit from the additional space you’re saving.
WHAT DO YOU THINK?
How many of these storage solutions do you already have in your kitchen? If you had the opportunity to design a new kitchen, which of these features would you include? Share your answer in the comment box below.