I don't have enough storage space in my kitchen. Any ideas??

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  • Alexis Beldam Alexis Beldam on Jun 06, 2017
    Hang pans, utensils etc from the ceiling on a rack. Use inside of doors for small storage racks (herbs, pan lids, etc) make hanging racks on walls. Good luck 👍😁

  • Dysko7710 Dysko7710 on Jun 06, 2017
    Use space behind your cabinet doors by hanging small shelving in there, and use counter space by hanging a curtain rod on the wall under cabinets and then hanging baskets from that. Use wall space. Here is a link, also, with lots of ideas:

  • Jan Clark Jan Clark on Jun 06, 2017
    What are you trying to store? There are specific methods for food/pantry, under the sink chemicals, spices, tools, pot & pans and dishes. Hometalkers will be glad to help if you can specify what you need. My first suggestion is use magnetic helpers on your refrigerator or range top. You can hold LOTS of things in addition to spices with magnetic containers.

  • Neither do I. Go up! Use all wall space available. Shelves, hooks - use every nook and cranny. ☺ I have less frequently used items stored in my garage stored on shelves.

  • Pat Ruge Pat Ruge on Jun 07, 2017
    In my garage, I have an 8 foot section where I placed 4 x 30" white cabinets and mounted a Formica counter top. Above, I've added some shelving. Because there is a slight slope, I mounted adjustable cabinet legs in order to keep it all level. I keep things here that I rarely use or that only use in this spot. i.e. Dehydrator, Ronco rotisserie, mason jars and canning equipment, lot pots used only for family gatherings, paper plates and napkins and various other things. It truly is like a second kitchen. You make think this quite expensive to do, but I did it all for less than $100, because everything I bought at garage sales. Cabinets $10 ea, counter top $8, legs $20 (ebay) and maybe another $20 for the shelves. The legs were the only thing I bought new. I can only hope you have such a space. I might add, that I do have direct access to the garage. Not sure I would like it as much if I had to walk outdoors to get there.

  • Carol Creamer Carol Creamer on Jun 08, 2017
    Use peg board in the kitchen