The 23 Lifehacks For Your Tiny Kitchen
So maybe you don’t own two Sub-Zero fridges, or even a “pantry.” Maximize your storage with these handy tips and tricks. On some way these are the some really amazing food tips and tricks because on this way you will have more time for cooking. These easy kitchen and maybe and food tips are here to make your kitchen and food even more attractive and awesome.
1 | Hack your un-openable “drawers.”
2 | Enlist the insides of your cabinets.
3 | Keep ‘em organized with a coat of chalkboard paint.
4 | Organize by pegboard, a la Julia Child.
5 | Skip the knife block.
6 | Make up with shelves what you lack in cabinets.
7 | Turn your fridge into a spice rack.
8 | Use every. Single. Bit. of wall space.
9 | Stick magnetic racks to the side of your fridge.
10 | Hang pots and pans from the ceiling.
11 | Line the area right underneath the ceiling with shelves.
12 | Fill awkward corner cabinets with pots and pans, using hooks or lazy susans.
13 | Use an over-the-sink cutting board to temporarily expand your counter space.
14 | Make all that under-the-sink space work for you with the help of Command hooks and a little basket.Command strips are basically the easiest and best route for attaching storage to the inside of your cabinets.
15 | Command strips are basically the easiest and best route for attaching storage to the inside of your cabinets.
16 | The insides of cabinets are also great places to put hooks for rags, gloves, and pot holders.
17 | Keep dog or cat food in a cereal container.
18 | Use a small curtain rod to store lids for easy access.
19 | Put shelves inside of your shelves.
20 | File your bake ware and cutting boards.
21 | If you have the space, a kitchen cart can serve multiple purposes.
22 | Even a narrow rolling cart can serve as extra storage.
23 | A fold-down kitchen table can serve as an eating space or an extra counter while cooking.
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