Thursday, December 4, 2008

Store More in Your Kitchen

Storage Tips 16-20
16. Store shallow items, such as cutting boards and platters, upright. Even narrow spaces next to your range or your sink can be used in this manner. Use dividers to separate items for easier retrieval.



Store stuff neatly in an

under-the-sink organizer. Image

is courtesy of Snaidero USA.




17. Put unused space to work. Incorporate shallow drawers into the toe-kick space below lower cabinets to hold a folding step stool, dustpan, or newspapers for recycling.







Pots and pans are easy to access

hung above an island. Image

courtesy of Enclume DesignProducts, Inc.



18. Fill in the space under a cooktop with a tilt-out tray for spices and roll-out trays for pots and pans. Or, slide in a movable cart with shelves to accommodate cooking equipment.
Store stuff neatly in anunder-the-sink organizer. Imageis courtesy of Snaidero USA.



19. Wrap storage around plumbing lines and ductwork. A wire unit fits around the water lines and drain pipe under a sink, a handy spot for cleaning supplies. (Avoid storing food items in areas that may get too warm.)





Keep things out of the way -- but

handy -- in side shelving on anisland.



20. Add shelves or niches to the end of a cabinet run. The side of an island or cabinet is a prime spot for storing cookbooks and displaying kitchen collectibles.


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Thursday, December 4, 2008

Store More in Your Kitchen

Storage Tips 16-20
16. Store shallow items, such as cutting boards and platters, upright. Even narrow spaces next to your range or your sink can be used in this manner. Use dividers to separate items for easier retrieval.



Store stuff neatly in an

under-the-sink organizer. Image

is courtesy of Snaidero USA.




17. Put unused space to work. Incorporate shallow drawers into the toe-kick space below lower cabinets to hold a folding step stool, dustpan, or newspapers for recycling.







Pots and pans are easy to access

hung above an island. Image

courtesy of Enclume DesignProducts, Inc.



18. Fill in the space under a cooktop with a tilt-out tray for spices and roll-out trays for pots and pans. Or, slide in a movable cart with shelves to accommodate cooking equipment.
Store stuff neatly in anunder-the-sink organizer. Imageis courtesy of Snaidero USA.



19. Wrap storage around plumbing lines and ductwork. A wire unit fits around the water lines and drain pipe under a sink, a handy spot for cleaning supplies. (Avoid storing food items in areas that may get too warm.)





Keep things out of the way -- but

handy -- in side shelving on anisland.



20. Add shelves or niches to the end of a cabinet run. The side of an island or cabinet is a prime spot for storing cookbooks and displaying kitchen collectibles.


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Thursday, December 4, 2008

Store More in Your Kitchen

Storage Tips 16-20
16. Store shallow items, such as cutting boards and platters, upright. Even narrow spaces next to your range or your sink can be used in this manner. Use dividers to separate items for easier retrieval.



Store stuff neatly in an

under-the-sink organizer. Image

is courtesy of Snaidero USA.




17. Put unused space to work. Incorporate shallow drawers into the toe-kick space below lower cabinets to hold a folding step stool, dustpan, or newspapers for recycling.







Pots and pans are easy to access

hung above an island. Image

courtesy of Enclume DesignProducts, Inc.



18. Fill in the space under a cooktop with a tilt-out tray for spices and roll-out trays for pots and pans. Or, slide in a movable cart with shelves to accommodate cooking equipment.
Store stuff neatly in anunder-the-sink organizer. Imageis courtesy of Snaidero USA.



19. Wrap storage around plumbing lines and ductwork. A wire unit fits around the water lines and drain pipe under a sink, a handy spot for cleaning supplies. (Avoid storing food items in areas that may get too warm.)





Keep things out of the way -- but

handy -- in side shelving on anisland.



20. Add shelves or niches to the end of a cabinet run. The side of an island or cabinet is a prime spot for storing cookbooks and displaying kitchen collectibles.


No comments: