6 Space-Saving Tips for Your Kitchen

6 Space-Saving Tips for Your Kitchen

Posted by Hardwood Lumber Company on Nov 27th 2019

A cluttered or disorganized kitchen can be inconvenient and potentially dangerous. Objects piled up or strewn about can also make this space feel small or cramped. Luckily, there are many ways to organize your kitchen to reduce clutter and safety hazards. Here are a few space-saving options for your kitchen.

Install a Stylish Pegboard

Install a pegboard on a wall that blends in with the overall kitchen design. Hang pots, pans, and other kitchen tools to save space in drawers and cupboards. Be careful not to hang things that are too heavy or prone to fall off the hook.

Invest in a Butcher Block Countertop

Butcher block countertops make food preparation quick and easy. You can organize, chop, and slice food directly on the countertop surface without investing in multiple cutting boards and other tools that take up space in your cupboards. They are also naturally beautiful. Hardwood Lumber manufactures custom butcher block countertops that complement any kitchen.

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Convert Your Existing Shelf Space

Convert your shelves into drawers to create a "pullout pantry." With this option, you can easily store and organize dry goods to be within easy reach. You can place soaps, paper towels, plastic wrap, and other items in this space as well.

Consolidate Food Packaging

In many cases, food packaging takes up a significant amount of space in the kitchen. Alleviate this issue by consolidating dry food into smaller or slimmer containers. Add some labeling, and you will have a leaner, more organized kitchen.

Add Holders for Flat Items

If haphazardly stacked, items such as platters and cutting boards can be damaged or warped over time. Protect your pieces by investing in a holder that will neatly and efficiently organize them.

Enhance Your Cupboard Doors

While many don't think about doors when looking to save space, they can be handy. If your kitchen cupboards have swing doors, convert their interiors to create "pocket doors." You can use these pockets to store a variety of items, including dry food, spices, and even small appliances.

The kitchen is one of the most important and heavily utilized spaces in the entire home. It is easy for clutter to accumulate and objects to pile up, creating safety hazards, and a cramped feeling. Fortunately, there are many easy and cost-effective ways to save space in your kitchen. Try some of these options and start freeing up space today.

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