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How to Find Hidden Storage in Your Kitchen Cabinets

 Entry #2076, February 6, 2012


If there’s a place in your home that needs more storage, it has to be your kitchen. This area needs to be equipped with dining utensils, electrical appliances, cooking equipment and tools. These essential items are sometimes too many to handle especially if you have limited space. This is where hidden storage caters your needed space.

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Kitchen cabinetry storage

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You can maximize the space you have in your kitchen by converting uncanny areas into a functional storage. These are spaces you have that are often overlooked. You might be surprised to know how much added space you can acquire from these areas. Check these hidden storages around your kitchen and enjoy the extra space.

Maximize the base of your existing storage cabinets

The base of your furniture or cabinets is convertible storage. You just have to seek help with a skilled carpenter or a furniture expert to do this. Don’t worry about the stability; it won’t have any effects on its solidity. The skilled worker you hire knows what he is doing.

Build vertical spice cabinets

If you look into your kitchen, there’s an empty space left in between cabinets. This space can be used for vertical drawer for your spices and condiments. The narrow space that you have can actually accommodate a lot of kitchen essentials. This idea provides utmost convenience in doing your chores.

kitchen storage pullout pantry

Pullout kitchen storage ideas

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Explore under your sink

Don’t forget the space underneath your sink. Build some drawers for your dishwashing soaps, refills for liquid hand soap, toothpaste and other items. This will provide great comfort and convenience for you to work on your kitchen chores.

Make sure to hire only a skilled person to do these ideas. This will ensure safety and beauty of the hidden storage that you plan to have.

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