21 Easy Ways to Add Extra Storage to Your Kitchen
In our dreams (and Pinterest boards), we have a palatial custom kitchen with a merchandised walk-in pantry. In reality, our pots and pans teeter in cupboards and our junk drawers overfloweth. Don’t despair guys, there are tons of savvy kitchen storage solutions, like these ones for starters.
Scandinavian design, universal utility.
Burke Decor ($55)
This one-stop block has all you really need. (Helloooo, extra drawer space.)
Because they look like crap all over your countertops.
Another clever solution.
Psst: You can hide your trash can in there.
Baxton Studio ($182)
Corral thine cleaning supplies.
Birch Lane ($72)
Wall-Mount Pot Rack
This move is a serious cupboard real-estate opener.
Crate & Barrel ($140)
Put a spare patch of wall to work.
Floating, boho storage.
World Market ($34)
Keep your favorite morning essentials (mugs, breakfast plates, etc.) in an easy-access hub.
Be still, our neatnik hearts.
Calphalon (from $140)
For prettying up your pantry—or filling the clearance above your cabinets.
Ballard Designs ($69 for three)
Wall-Mount Paper Towel Holder
Think up and off the counter, people.
West Elm ($24)
Brilliant extra storage to pop over your bar cart.
Pottery Barn (from $119)
Pimp your pantry.
The Container Store (from $45)
Undershelf Placemat Holder
A little extra shelving goes a long way.
The Container Store ($7)
Easy-access meets whimsical decor.
Fake it ’til you make...a built-in.
Home Styles ($678)
Psst: When everything is orderly, you can fit way more in there.
If all else fails, there's always the dining room.
Pottery Barn (from $399)