It is impossible to have too much storage in your kitchen! That’s why the designers at Hatchett Design Remodel put as much importance on functionality as they do aesthetics when they create kitchen designs. Here are a few clever ways to maximize your kitchen space while keeping your kitchen beautiful.
Small kitchen appliances are extremely useful, but the more of them you have sitting on the counter, the more cluttered and messy your kitchen looks. Our designers suggest hiding those small appliances in easy to access spaces. Appliance “garages” keep all your frequently used appliances within reach while allowing you to tuck them away discreetly when you’re not using them.
Another option is to put your most used appliance on a pull out shelf in a lower cabinet… just lift and lock in place! You’ve got extra counter space when you need it and a tucked away hiding spot for your appliance when you don’t.
Food storage is another challenge homeowners often face. If space allows, consider adding a walk-in pantry for your dry goods when you renovate your kitchen.
If space is more of a commodity, consider these floor to ceiling slide out pantry shelves in your remodeled kitchen. These handy dandy shelves are often placed next to or on either side of your refrigerator (and they blend right in with the wood work of your kitchen cabinets).
For your non-refrigerated veggies, Hatchett can build a custom drawer in your kitchen cabinets specifically designed to keep your onions and potatoes neatly tucked away yet easy to access.
For more great kitchen storage ideas on how to maximize the storage space in your kitchen, chat with one of our designers at Hatchett Design Remodel.