Kitchen Storage Ideas

October is National Kitchen & Bath Month! So, if you’re planning a kitchen remodel, keep in mind that a lot of homeowners say there’s just never enough storage. When you’re ready, talk with one of our kitchen designers to plan the most efficient way to organize your space. And consider these kitchen storage ideas when planning your new kitchen.

Kitchen Storage Ideas

First, think about how you’ll utilize your kitchen. You want everything you frequently use to be easily accessed and right where you need it to be.

A tall organizer or a wall or base cabinet organizer are great solutions to narrow spaces. They’re hidden and blend in with your cabinets. By moving them open and closed, you gain storage space that otherwise would be too thin for holding very much.

A pullout wall pantry is similar to a tall organizer except it is wider like a cabinet. The shelving is usually adjustable to accommodate tall boxes or canned goods.

Kitchen Storage Ideas

Pullout wall pantry and pantry organizer/chef’s island.

A pantry organizer is a great idea for someone who loves to cook or bake. Why use up countertop space with large cannisters? It’s a chef’s dream and perfect for storing flour, sugar, spices, utensils and more.

Open shelving is a great place for cookbooks or displaying favorite items.

A pullout drawer can be a great hiding place for small appliances or utensils.

The lazy Susan corner cabinet will give you extra storage in an otherwise difficult to reach area.

Want to keep your furry friends from getting into the trash? Hidden waste baskets are a good solution for storing trash plus keeping pets and children from knocking over containers. Install two baskets: one for trash and one for recycling.

A tilt out tray keeps your sink area looking clean and neat by storing sponges in a hidden tray at the front of the sink. Easy access and ready to clean!

Kitchen Storage Ideas

Hidden waste baskets and tilt out drawer