We all wish we had a big kitchen, but the reality is that most of the time we have to settle for cramped kitchens where we have to make the most of the inches. In smaller kitchens, the order is a fundamental issue, because the space for all kitchen utensils and small devices ensures that they work properly.
When space is at a premium, it’s also time to get a little nifty to take advantage of the vertical space as well. In the most difficult cases, it is important to make the most of the splashback and even in large kitchens, it is always a good idea to divide drawers, cupboards and drawers as much as possible. In small kitchens there is little to use for this, drawers on tables or small trolleys are also often used as additional storage space.
The dashboard is a good place to save the ones you use the most
In small kitchens, don’t underestimate the space that the backsplash can give you. Magnets for knives, rods for hanging cloths, draining racks or spice racks. There are many options for this room to free up the space for drawers and shelves. A note. As much as possible, try to put what you use most on the dashboard.
Clearly arranged work surface thanks to intermediate shelves
We continue to use the vertical space and if you have space you can even put a flat shelf under the upper cabinets to store the microwave, and breakfast mugs…
The cabinet doors also serve to keep things in order. There are many solutions for cabinet doors and shelves. Some are so practical that they don’t need a drill.