Ample storage space is a necessity in every kitchen. You want to make sure that you have enough room to store your essentials without ending up with a cramped space. In today???s post, Highland Design + Build, formerly known as CASE Design/Remodeling, the premier home improvement company in the region, shares some clever storage ideas to try if you???re short on cabinets:
Every door in your home has a space behind it that???s waiting to be used. You can cover it with a functional shelving system to organize your kitchen supplies and spices. Alternatively, you can install hooks on the door and hang your large pots and pans there to clear up closet space. You???re not just limited to the doors of your house???the back of your cabinet door is a great storage place, too! You can fashion a storage space for your measuring cups and spoon or a chalkboard guide with measuring equivalents for easy access and use.
On Your Backsplash
While the backsplash is usually considered an aesthetic element, it can also be practical. Show off your kitchenware by displaying them on your backsplash. This not only makes them more accessible but they can also serve as decoration. Turn to an experienced remodeling contractor like Highland Design + Build, formerly known as CASE Design/Remodeling for more tips on how to turn your backsplash into a beautiful and functional storage space.
The Ends of Counters
Large cookware and bakeware can take up too much space in your kitchen. Keep them off the shelves and in a handy space by hooking them on the ends of your kitchen counters or island. This style creates a rustic appeal that will complement the look of traditional kitchens. You can also hang bags in these hooks and store your cookbooks and magazines inside.
For more innovative solutions, turn to Highland Design + Build, formerly known as CASE Design/Remodeling. We offer a wide range of home remodeling services that can help you achieve your dream home. Call 205-855-5505 today to schedule your consultation. We serve Birmingham and Homewood, AL.