Kitchen Storage Ideas and Solutions

Keeping your kitchen tidy can be difficult at the best of times, especially if you love cooking on a regular basis – so how can you fit more in without making the place so messy? Check our Kitchen Storage solutions.

Of all the homes in almost any property, a kitchen is the one that usually contains the most stuff. Not only do you need storage space for both fresh and frozen foods, but you also have an array of different sundries to keep some place or another, from tea and tins to herbs and spices. And that doesn’t even take into account all the cutlery, crockery and cooking equipment you need – not to mention other extras such as kitchen roll, cleaning products and any kind of decorative touches that make your kitchen feel more homely!

Why Invest in Kitchen Storage Furniture?

So why invest in kitchen cupboard storage and other exciting storage solutions? For the most part, extra kitchen space is extremely advantageous as most of these modern designs and solutions…

  • Give you additional room for extra crockery, cooking equipment and ingredients that you might not otherwise have space for.
  • Can help to streamline how you use your kitchen, making things more organised and ensuring everything has its own space – so you don’t have to worry about losing or missing an item or not noticing when it runs out and needs replacing.
  • Allow you to buy more ingredients and even fresh food during a single shop – which can in turn help you to improve your diet and lead a healthier lifestyle.
  • Come in a range of different styles and designs, so there are various options to suit almost any kind of kitchen space.

Kitchen Storage Ideas

So what about the solutions themselves? Here are some of the more popular kitchen storage ideas on the market today:

  • An internal kitchen storage trolley or “pull-out” unit that allows you to reach things at the back of a cupboard with ease. Plus they can be designed to split a single shelf into two storeys, instantly doubling your cupboards space.
  • Stand-alone kitchen storage units that act as isolated pantries for fresh and vegetables; sort of like an independent vegetable drawer that can be stored elsewhere in the home if you need the extra space.
  • Extendable kitchen storage baskets that hold smaller items on the inside of cupboard doors or hang underneath worktop cupboards for easy access to everyday items.
  • Additional hooks and holders that act as extra kitchen wall storage options, such as utensil rings or vertical socket docks; these once again allow you to identify what you need and grab it almost immediately – as well as saving you extra room in drawers and cupboards.
  • Modern kitchen storage cabinets that include fitted extras such as a pull-out towel rail or carousel corner-cupboard unit; basically allowing you to make the most of all the space available in a single cabinet.
  • Integrated worktop scales that can double as a work surface – so you don’t have to clamber around to find or set up your usual scales before getting started with a new recipe.

Although it might be tempting – especially with small kitchen storage solutions such as hooks and baskets – to install some of these storage options yourself, it is always advisable to get in touch with a professional kitchen fitting company for those larger-scale refurbishments. A qualified contractor will be able to work with an interior designer and assess what works within the space you have, and how well your proposed storage solutions blend with the existing shape and aesthetics of your current kitchen environment.