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1 of 12 Small Kitchen Storage Ideas Small kitchen spaces can be tough to keep organized, but don’t let a cramped space get you down! These storage ideas will help you maximize your space and create a better kitchen. Optimize Your PantryMake the most out of your pantry space by organizing your groceries. Keep a rotation of your cereals, dry goods, and spices, so that you’re not adding clutter to your shelves with expired items.Find more pantry solutions from the Martha Stewart Living collection at The Home Depot. Photography: Annie Schlechter Pinterest Facebook 2 of 12 Consider Open Shelves Not only are open shelves a hot kitchen trend right now, but they also help to open a cramped space. Find more open shelving solutions from the Martha Stewart Living collection at The Home Depot. See More About Open Shelving Pinterest Facebook 3 of 12 Maximize Your Exisiting Storage If budget is an issue, take a look at improving your existing space. Add dowel rods to your cabinets and shelves to create plate holders and add more storage space. Get More Exisiting Storage Ideas Pinterest Facebook 4 of 12 Clear Food Storage Get crafty with your food storage by using etching cream. Clear food containers are great for small spaces because they let you visually identify your dry goods quickly and easily, without having to rummage through cluttered or cramped cabinets. Putting a label on the container makes it all easier still. Make the Etched Glass Food Storage 5 of 12 Leave No Space Unused Don’t forget to make use of even the smallest spaces to get the most out of your kitchen. a tilt-down drawer at your sink, for example, is a handy way to store sponges and knicknacks that would otherwise take up valuable counter space. Find more drawer solutions from the Martha Stewart Living collection at The Home Depot. Pinterest Facebook 6 of 12 Open Up with Light-Colored Kitchens Use cool colors, like whites and grays, to open up your space. We recently partnered with The Hunted Interior to give a kitchen makeover for her smaller kitchen. See the amazing results! See the Kitchen Makeover Swipe here for next slide Pinterest Facebook 7 of 12 Create a Recycling Station Don’t let recycling take over your kitchen. Create a small and efficient recycling station with just a few items from your local craft or hardware store. Make the Recycling Station 8 of 12 Tackle Your Closet Keep your utility closets tidy to avoid letting your brooms, mops, and dustpans from taking over. Wall hangers go a long way to help keep these items in place. Find more closet solutions from the Martha Stewart Living collection at The Home Depot. 9 of 12 Use Vertical Space With smaller kitchens, cabinet and drawer space can be limited, so get smart with your vertical space. Pierced corbels are great for hanging larger kitchen utensils that would otherwise crowd your drawer space. Additionally, glass-front mounted cabinet doors are a beautiful way to display your servingware and to leverage wall space. Find more cabinet and shelving solutions from the Martha Stewart Living collection at The Home Depot. 10 of 12 SuperCabinet to the Rescue! A SuperPantry is a convenient all-in-one cabinet and pantry solution. Pull-out drawers and racks allow you to pack all of your pantry items into one convenient location in a fraction of the space of a normal-sized pantry. Find more cabinet and pantry solutions from the Martha Stewart Living collection at The Home Depot. 11 of 12 Think Outside the Kitchen If you have limited kitchen space, make use of your other rooms to help alleviate some of the clutter. Move barware and entertaining pieces to the living room with custom cabinetry. Find more cabinetry solutions from the Martha Stewart Living collection at The Home Depot. Pinterest Facebook 12 of 12 Streamline Your Design When in doubt, simply streamline your design. Martha’s helpful tips and tricks for making the most of a small space will keep your kitchen in top shape. Get More Small Kitchen Ideas Swipe here for next slide 47.0 k Shares Pinterest Facebook MORE Comment Twitter Google+ Other Ideas to Try Kitchen Storage & Organization Kitchen Design Ideas Kitchen Color Ideas Bathroom Storage & Organization Comments Add a comment
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Kitchen Cabinet Storage Ideas

1 of 12 Small Kitchen Storage Ideas Small kitchen spaces can be tough to keep organized, but don’t let a cramped space get you down! These storage ideas will help you maximize your space and create a better kitchen. Optimize Your PantryMake the most out of your pantry space by organizing your groceries. Keep a rotation of your cereals, dry goods, and spices, so that you’re not adding clutter to your shelves with expired items.Find more pantry solutions from the Martha Stewart Living collection at The Home Depot. Photography: Annie Schlechter Pinterest Facebook 2 of 12 Consider Open Shelves Not only are open shelves a hot kitchen trend right now, but they also help to open a cramped space. Find more open shelving solutions from the Martha Stewart Living collection at The Home Depot. See More About Open Shelving Pinterest Facebook 3 of 12 Maximize Your Exisiting Storage If budget is an issue, take a look at improving your existing space. Add dowel rods to your cabinets and shelves to create plate holders and add more storage space. Get More Exisiting Storage Ideas Pinterest Facebook 4 of 12 Clear Food Storage Get crafty with your food storage by using etching cream. Clear food containers are great for small spaces because they let you visually identify your dry goods quickly and easily, without having to rummage through cluttered or cramped cabinets. Putting a label on the container makes it all easier still. Make the Etched Glass Food Storage 5 of 12 Leave No Space Unused Don’t forget to make use of even the smallest spaces to get the most out of your kitchen. a tilt-down drawer at your sink, for example, is a handy way to store sponges and knicknacks that would otherwise take up valuable counter space. Find more drawer solutions from the Martha Stewart Living collection at The Home Depot. Pinterest Facebook 6 of 12 Open Up with Light-Colored Kitchens Use cool colors, like whites and grays, to open up your space. We recently partnered with The Hunted Interior to give a kitchen makeover for her smaller kitchen. See the amazing results! See the Kitchen Makeover Swipe here for next slide Pinterest Facebook 7 of 12 Create a Recycling Station Don’t let recycling take over your kitchen. Create a small and efficient recycling station with just a few items from your local craft or hardware store. Make the Recycling Station 8 of 12 Tackle Your Closet Keep your utility closets tidy to avoid letting your brooms, mops, and dustpans from taking over. Wall hangers go a long way to help keep these items in place. Find more closet solutions from the Martha Stewart Living collection at The Home Depot. 9 of 12 Use Vertical Space With smaller kitchens, cabinet and drawer space can be limited, so get smart with your vertical space. Pierced corbels are great for hanging larger kitchen utensils that would otherwise crowd your drawer space. Additionally, glass-front mounted cabinet doors are a beautiful way to display your servingware and to leverage wall space. Find more cabinet and shelving solutions from the Martha Stewart Living collection at The Home Depot. 10 of 12 SuperCabinet to the Rescue! A SuperPantry is a convenient all-in-one cabinet and pantry solution. Pull-out drawers and racks allow you to pack all of your pantry items into one convenient location in a fraction of the space of a normal-sized pantry. Find more cabinet and pantry solutions from the Martha Stewart Living collection at The Home Depot. 11 of 12 Think Outside the Kitchen If you have limited kitchen space, make use of your other rooms to help alleviate some of the clutter. Move barware and entertaining pieces to the living room with custom cabinetry. Find more cabinetry solutions from the Martha Stewart Living collection at The Home Depot. Pinterest Facebook 12 of 12 Streamline Your Design When in doubt, simply streamline your design. Martha’s helpful tips and tricks for making the most of a small space will keep your kitchen in top shape. Get More Small Kitchen Ideas Swipe here for next slide
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Kitchen Cabinet Storage Ideas

Storage Strategy The secret to a clutter-free kitchen is having storage in all the right places. Designer Matthew Quinn considers how families use a kitchen and places pullout pantries and work and serving stations where they’re most convenient. 1. Coffee station Walnut drawers below the Miele coffee machine organize spoons, tea, and sweeteners. Cups stand in the pantry to the left of the coffee machine. Another pantry to the right holds packaged coffee capsules for the coffeemaker. 2. Pet-feeding station A quartzite slab is tucked in a niche under the island and fitted with drop-in bowls.  3. Cooking utensil storage Drop-in bins keep spoons, whisks, and other utensils handy. A pullout pantry on the other side of the La Cornue range holds oils and seasonings. 4. Appliance garage When not in use the Wolf steam oven, television, and dishes are concealed behind retractable pocket doors in a cabinet to the left of the refrigerator. Tags: Kitchen Design, Storage Ideas, Organization Post a comment

Kitchen Cabinet Storage Ideas

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