These Homes Will Change The Way You Think About Kitchen Storage
No room, no worries. These pictures are sure to inspire better than ever kitchen storage ideas.
By packing in drawers wherever possible, including underneath island benches and not just below the sink, you can eliminate the need for any bulky additional cupboards.
By making storage solutions part of the aesthetic of your kitchen, as shown here with the sleek dark wood cabintery, the utility of the kitchen is no longer required to blend in and becomes a design element in its own right.
A great option for a house with storage room to spare: wall to wall open shelving like this can add character to your house. However, make sure to stick to a similar size of wood on all levels otherwise the seamless feeling could be lost. Keep to the clean aesthetic by displaying items in matching containers or jars or use it as a chance to display attractive hand made pottery and ceramics.
There’s so much to be learnt from this gorgeous kitchen. Don’t be afraid to play with the spaces in your kitchen – especially when starting from scratch. By centering the island and including both sink, benchtop and cooker, the need for any additional wall space has been eliminated, freeing up room underneath the island for drawers. Additional wall cupboards sit off to the side, blending in nicely with the oven – visually detached from the kitchen meaning they can be used for anything from pots and pans to extra linen.
For a quaint take on homely kitchen storage, try open stacked cupboards arranged in groups like these. Set aside colourful bowls and matching plates for a put-together look. Perfect for those with no more space to spare!
For a small home with not enough room for both kitchen and cellar, an inbuilt wine rack at the end of a floating island can solve all your problems. Add in some purpose built shelves for baskets as shown for a tucked away storage solution for those inevitable bits and bobs you don’t want on display.
A homely take on industrial chic, this kitchen is an example of how to blend in everyday appliances with their surroundings. Can you spot the hidden dishwasher and bin?
Try protruding cupboards like these for a dust free solution to exposed storage. We recommend sticking to glassware or crockery in all one colour, as it looks fresh, crisp and uniformed inside cabinets.