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Smart Space-Saving Tips for a Kitchen That Works

The kitchen is the heart of every home: the place where we gather with our families and friends; where we prepare and share food; where we work, entertain, and eat. But not all kitchens are designed with these functions in mind and as a result we often lack of space, storage, or functional features. Whether your kitchen is galley-shaped, U-shaped, L-shaped, or just plain small, these tips from talented designer projects will help you make the most of available space and a turn any kitchen into a luxurious accommodation.

kitchen space saving tipsPhoto credit: © Eatwell101.comA recessed pot rack a the end of the countertop helps to store large pots and pan, making them easily reachable without having to bent over a crowded drawer. Plus, this creates a great decorative feature wall. Design by Patty Kennedy Interiors, Boston.

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Custom-built narrow shelving is perfect to maximize storage space when your options are limited. It’s cheaper to set up that a regular closet or kitchen cabinet and it’s an occasion to add a bit of color to your kitchen by displaying row of boxes, bottles and tins. Design by Wentworth, Inc., Dc metro.

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This design features to two previous solutions —recessed pot rack and narrow shelving— combined together to form an awesome accent wall. Design by Dwelling Interior Designers & Decorators.

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This elegant vintage storage table makes a great pairing with the wall-mounted rack. Lightweight furnishing can be a good solution when you don’t want to make things definitive in your kitchen layout. Via Jeanette Lunde.

smart kitchen layoutsPhoto credit: © Eatwell101.comNothing prevents you to customize a vintage kitchen island to create an arch-like pot rack. This works pretty well if your ceiling is so high that you cannot suspend a regular hanging pot-rack. Image by Pottery Barn.

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Open shelves are very efficient in the corners, especially next to windows. This makse the “dead angles” more appealing and offers a smart solution to showcase your cookbooks or dishes. Photo by Erica Photo by Erica George Dines for Southern Living.

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Papers, bills, shopping lists, utensils… These cabinet sides doors are a great place to keep everything you don’t want to see in your kitchen out of eyesight. Design by Starline Cabinets, Vancouver.

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