Creative Kitchen Storage Ideas

Are you in love with your kitchen but just don’t have quite enough storage space? The struggle is real. However, instead of tossing your kitchen gear or packing it up in your attic, we’re sharing some easy, budget-friendly storage ideas that will add space to your kitchen while keeping it clutter-free.

Freestanding Shelves
Bookshelves aren’t just for keeping your favorite books in order. They can also be a great way to stack up dishes, spices and cookware. If you want to go for a more modern kitchen look, stainless steel storage shelves are another way to maximize the height of your space and add extra storage.

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If you are struggling to find counter space, install a few hanging baskets above your sink or on your walls. It’s a perfect way to keep your kitchen utensils, cleaning supplies and fresh produce within reach. Most people prefer using wire baskets. They help your kitchen feel less cluttered and your wet dishes and sponges will dry more quickly.

Floating Shelves
A lot of people find that they have plenty of wall space, but not nearly enough cabinet space. One of the easiest ways to add some more storage to your kitchen is by installing floating shelves. They’re light enough to not overpower your space and customizable enough to fit whatever styles you want. You can also install hooks underneath to hang coffee mugs, utensils or hand towels.

Another option is to take advantage of the storage potential above your cabinets by installing a long single shelf near the ceiling. Ideal for storing various wine bottles, oils and vinegars, this ceiling shelf can also double as a display case of sorts.

Rolling Island/Cabinet
A rolling kitchen island is perfect for people who need a little extra cabinet space and counter space. The best part is that you can roll it into the kitchen when you need it and tuck it away when you are finished.

Storage Inside Cabinet
For those interested in a storage fix that is out of sight and out of mind, installing a few shelves on the inside of your cabinets is the way to go. You can multiply your storage capacity, keep your kitchen supplies out of the way and keep your cabinets organized.