Kitchen storage space always seems to be in short supply, but there are ways to remedy the problem. Most often, a few smart solutions for better organisation inside cabinets and drawers can free up more space, help keep things nice and tidy, and even contribute to less food waste.
Setting up a smooth kitchen flow
Drawer organisers with clear compartments, and shelf inserts inside your cabinets, are great ways to get much more efficient storage. It also helps keep each thing in its place. A pro tip is to put things you use the most as accessible as possible. That way you get more easy-going kitchen routines.
Go low for more room to stow
The drawer under your oven is an all too often forgotten storage space. Use it for flat items such as oven dishes, baking sheets and even trays and placemats. Since many of these things can be stacked inside one another this space can hold more than you perhaps think it can.
Maximise your drawer storage
You can get more use of your drawer space with another drawer inside. Optimise organisation with drawer dividers or cutlery trays and you probably can’t get much better storage efficiency.
Make the inside meet your needs
The interior fittings you choose make a massive difference for storage capacity, accessibility and easy overview. Not least this one. With each of its six levels divided between a door basket and a cabinet basket that pulls out automatically when you open the door, this pull-out larder truly is a great help.
Practical picks to keep your pantry tidy
There are many jars, tins and containers in durable materials that help keep your pantry well-organised and easily refillable. Some have lids that make them conveniently stackable to make room for more.