10 Organizing Products that Create Space in Small Kitchens
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Are you having trouble organizing your small kitchen because there is just not enough space? Do you have a tiny kitchen and struggle to find places to store everything? In this video, I’m showing you 10 space maximizing products to transform even the smallest kitchen. Most of these organizing products cost under $20. Enjoy!
Here is a list of my favorite kitchen space maximizing products:
- Cabinet Door Organizer
- Command Hooks
- Shelf Stackers
- Undershelf baskets
- Mug Hooks
- Stemware rack
- Pot Rack
- Shoe Organizer
- Rolling Cart
#1 Cabinet Door Organizer
Install or hook these baskets inside your kitchen cabinets. They provide extra storage for cleaning products, spices, bags, and wraps, or just any items you need handy.
Cabinet door organizers can be hooked over cabinet doors with no installation required, or screwed in for permanent installation.
#2 Command Hooks
Place these handy hooks inside and outside kitchen cabinets, or on walls near workspaces to keep kitchen tools close at hand.
Command hooks come in a variety of finishes, sizes, and weight capacities. They can be installed inside cabinets and on walls for extra storage anywhere.
#3 Shelf Stackers
Shelf Stackers can double the space you have in your kitchen cabinets, it is like adding another shelf to your existing cabinet. Use Shelf Stackers to organize plates, bowls, and canned goods.
Always measure first. Stackers come in adjustable, wide, narrow, and an assortment of finishes.
#4 Undershelf Baskets
Like Shelf Stackers, these baskets double the storage inside your cabinet or pantry. Organize kitchen linens and foodstuffs with these handy hanging baskets.
Shelf stackers come in wide or narrow. Measure your space to see which option fits best.
#5 Mug Hooks
Adding Mug Hooks (or cup hooks) inside or underneath your kitchen cabinets is one of the cheapest organizing products you can buy that will increase your storage space in a small kitchen.
You can purchase inexpensive single mug hooks to screw into cabinet shelves or get a slide-in rack, no installation required.
#6 Stemware Rack
Stemware racks add additional space to organize the barware in your kitchen. Store wine, martini, and champagne glasses under your kitchen cabinet to free up space inside the cabinet.
Stemware racks come in a variety of finishes: clear, wooden, and chrome.
#7 Pot Rack
Organize your pots, pans, and lids using a pot rack. Pot racks can be hung from the ceiling or wall. Pots and pans can take up several cabinets in your kitchen, so hanging them on the wall frees up a lot of space.
Select a finish that matches your kitchen decor. Some hanging pot racks come with lid storage as well.
#8 Shoe Organizer
These handy organizers are not just for shoes. Hang a 24 pocket organizer behind your kitchen or pantry door for additional storage of kitchen items like food, spices, cleaning products, or kitchen tools.
Choose mesh or clear. Always measure the width of your door before purchasing door hangers. Some hanging shoe organizers may inhibit the doors ability to completely close.
#9 Rolling Cart
Adding a rolling cart to your kitchen is a small investment that yields big space maximizing rewards. These carts add one to two kitchen cabinets worth of storage. Carts with butcher board tops add additional workspace to a small kitchen. It's a win-win for kitchen organization.
Rolling kitchen carts come in a variety of styles. There is no better way to add flexible storage to your kitchen or any room in your house.
Pegboard is a classic organizing product often used in garages and workspaces. But pegboard is also an inexpensive way to add storage to your kitchen. Pegboard turns a blank wall into a massive storage opportunity for all your kitchen tools and gadgets.
A basic pegboard can be painted to match any wall color. You can also get metal or plastic pegboard that is easier to clean.
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