How can I remake a tiny kitchen effectively for more space?

I live in a NYC co-op and face what many of us do...small kitchens not meant for real counter space, no storage, etc. I am looking to maximize usable space. Can you help? Thanks

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  • A kitchen island with a butcher block top is great to have in a small kitchen. I actually have an old dresser with a large cutting board on top, butcher block can get pretty pricy. I also have a tall plastic shelving unit pushed up against the wall for my appliances and larger pots and whatnot

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    • Lizbeth Lizbeth on Dec 17, 2018

      In case you're still reading may be too small for an island but even a 1 x 2 ft cart can give you extra prep room. Otherwise I'd try to go up with a pot rack, pegboard for hanging tools, baker's rack for everything...

  • Kmdreamer Kmdreamer on Aug 27, 2018

    Put organizers in cabinets were they fit get your self a rolling Island you could keep somewhere else you could keep pots towels spices Payne put up a spice wrack

  • You couldalso hang your pots and pans from a ceiling rack