26 Mar How to Maximise Storage Space in a Small Kitchen
There is nothing more disheartening than having to part with beloved kitchen appliances due to a lack of storage space. After all, there are a variety of tools that can reduce cooking time and improve functionality for those who truly detest the time they spend in their kitchen. Luckily, there are certain design elements that can be utilised in order to allow homeowners to get the most out of a small space. Read on to find out more…
The cabinets in the average kitchen only extend so high and this means that there is a lot of wasted space above them which can be turned into shelves. After all, many homeowners have a wide range of appliances that they rarely use which can be displayed on these shelves in order to increase the character of the room whilst simultaneously making used of the wall space on offer.
Although shelving and cupboards is a popular way to improve wall space, it can look out of place when too many are scattered around a kitchen. As a result, many homeowners have started implementing magnets along their walls in order to store metal items like knives, pan lids and cooking utensils.
Other than lighting, many homeowners do not believe that their kitchen ceiling can be repurposed in order to provide additional storage space. With this said a hanging rack can be installed in order to store pots and pans in a safe manner, however it is important to note that this may only be suitable for properties with tall ceilings.
Here at PS Contracts, our specialists work hard in order to bring the kitchen of your dreams to life! After all, even the smallest of rooms have a lot of additional space that is just waiting to be utilised. To find out more information about improving the functionality and storage space of small kitchens, get in contact with a member of the PS Contracts team today!