A good solid container will save space and look great. Store food in airtight containers to keep it fresh and safe from pests. Label the containers and stack them neatly on top of each other to fit more into smaller spaces.
You can avoid rummaging around for larger items like chopping boards or trays by storing them in a wicker basket or two. You can even use some old decorative tins or glass bottles to keep all your utensils and supplies.
Think outside the box
You don’t just have to use traditional kitchen storage solutions. Re-purposing other household items can work just as well and serve as an interesting design feature.
Office organisers like document trays or a file rack are a great way to store your dishes. While a toolbox can make a handy utensil holder.
You can even install a sliding trouser rack under your benchtop as a makeshift utensil drawer. While a tool pegboard and hooks that you’d ordinarily use in the garage is perfect for hanging knives, utensils, pots or pans.