One and a half dozen solutions will allow you to find a balance between convenience and aesthetics and make any kitchen more convenient without renovation. Read on.
1. Pull-out tabletop
When the work surface is heavily loaded with kitchenware and appliances, there is no cooking space. This picture is familiar to owners of small kitchens. We’ll talk more about how to unload the countertop.
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Consider replacing one of the top drawers with a pull-out panel to suit the headset, for example. The easiest solution is to turn the box upside down, reinforce it with an additional panel, and get a stationary cutting board.
2. Basement drawer
The bottom of the kitchen unit can work for you too. Take out the decorative panel, order a narrow drawer to the module’s width, and use it as you like. Space 10-15 centimeters high is suitable for storing wide utensils (large lids, colorful dishes, baking sheets) or useful for your pets. We are aware of your frustration at constantly tripping over food bowls.
3. Cups at hand
Cups and plates are usually placed in the headset’s upper sections, and pots in the lower ones. This has been proven over the years but far from the only possible storage scenario. See how many cups and glasses fit in a conventional drawer under the countertop. At the same time, all objects are in sight – you no longer have to stand on tiptoe and painstakingly search the dark depths of the hanging cabinet for your favorite cup.
4. What’s under your sink?
Let’s see if we can figure it out: pipes, a trash can, and an ominous warehouse of household chemicals should be stored at the bottom, and this is where the simplest drawer with low walls comes to the rescue.
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5. Shelves on the doors
Cabinet doors serve as a dust barrier as well as a valuable storage area. Mount the internal shelves to the spice jars’ height, and you no longer have to wonder how to arrange kitchen stuff conveniently.
Adapted and translated by The Cop Cart Staff
Sources: Life hacker