20. How to Retrofit a Table A bargain oak table looks twice as cool when only half of it is used, plus it fits the small space better.
Your kitchen is the heart and soul of your home. It is also the most versatile room of the house. But sometimes there is just not enough space to get everything done that you need to get done. Your counters are cluttered, your cabinets are crammed and you are just running out of usable space. Every inch counts, after all.
There are ways around this to help maximize the usability of your cramped kitchen.
First of all, rearrange your cupboards. It is often amazing how much additional room people find when they are better organized. You can also put fine china and specialty dishes and glasses into storage until they are needed, freeing up even more crucial kitchen storage space.
Another way to maximize storage and cupboard space is to install a hanging pot holder. These not only leave extra room in your cabinets for other items, but they are also aesthetically pleasing, adding to the overall décor of your kitchen.
You could also buy some plastic baskets and bins to use to store objects on top of your refrigerator, an overlooked space in many households. While this is not the most aesthetically pleasing option available, it is one of the most cost-effective.
Of course, when simple tricks won’t work anymore, it may be time for a little remodeling. Kitchen Saver can maximize your existing cabinet space with an array of custom-made and fitted cabinet accessories including:
- Pot and pan pull out drawers
- Lazy susans
- Tilt out sink trays
- Heavy duty mixer lift
- Bread drawer
- Customized cutlery dividers
- Door-mounted spice racks