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9 Space-Saving Hacks For A Small Kitchen

A small kitchen equals a messy kitchen – precariously placed dishes, scattered cutlery, and an unsteady mountain of essentials that some call the pantry. Not anymore – believe us, when we say there’s always enough space to store your snacks and ingredients. The secret to making a small kitchen big is by organizing it smartly. Here are a few ways to organize your kitchen and own the space.

1. Wire Shelf Risers

What you see is one shelf, and what we see is ways to maximize that space using wire shelf risers. With these shelf risers, you can add storage space vertically, giving you tons of space to store all your dishes and bowls. Pretty cool, hey?

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2. Kitchen Drawer Dividers

This simple hack will help you find those knives, serving spoons and the darn sieve when you need ’em. These dividers are not restricted to stationery and small items in the kitchen. They can also be used to store other big kitchen tools.

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3. Pan Organizers

Ahh, pots and pans, the noisiest members of the kitchen family.

No matter how hard you try to keep them neat – they always end up one on top of the other. However, this is a game-changer, and it also tops our small kitchen organization hacks. You can store pans, lids, chopping boards too using these pan organizers.

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4. Magnetic Knife Bar

Add some sass while saving precious counter space! Magnetic Knife Bar gives your kitchen a modern minimalistic look and helps you stay sharp.

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5. Look under the sink

Forget all other ways of storing trash bags because this one is the best! If you have limited space under your kitchen sink, consider installing this easy and simple trick. Mount curtain rods/brackets under your sink and hang these bags for ease.

Related: 7 Storage Hacks That Will Change The Way You Organise Your Stuff At Home

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6. Dine by the window

If you don’t have enough space to set up a dining or a sitting area in your kitchen or living area- this idea is perfect for you. Not only will it refresh your senses when you sit here with your morning coffee, but it is also super convenient. Build your own cafe corner by installing this Window Bar Table.

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7. Think vertical

Pegboards are a great way of storing utensils. Not only does it look super fun, but it is also very accomodating. You can hang anything as small as a pair of scissors to anything as big as your pans. You can even turn one of your kitchen cabinet doors into a chalkboard to keep track of your inventory or create a grocery list.

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8. Skinny Sliding Shelf DIY

So what if you don’t have enough room for pantry, this small kitchen pantry hack has got your back. How crazy is it that you can use that tiny space between your fridge and the door to stack your pantry. Here’s how you can make it at home!

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9. Iron Shelves = Maximum Storage

A small kitchen means that there won’t be enough space for the pantry, especially big items like grains, flour, and oil cans. Try adding a set of industrial wire shelves to your kitchen; not only are they cheap but they’re loaded with space. You can change the look of the shelves by adding baskets in natural materials like jute or cloth.

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