How to Get a Convenient Kitchen

Who doesn’t love to cook? Whether you are preparing a large scale buffet for the holidays or simply whipping something up for a solo dinner, turning a set of ingredients into a polished meal can be both personally rewarding and delicious. Unfortunately, not all of us have a kitchen conducive to comfortably moving from the refrigerator to the stove or oven. If you’re stuck with a small creative space when it comes to making up your culinary masterpieces, worry no more! By trying some of these patented tricks for freeing up room in your kitchen, you’ll finally be able to finish preparing your dinner without knocking anything over!

Hanging Baskets

With so many different goods needing to be stored in the kitchen, running out of space can be a common problem. The breadbasket can take up table real estate, the drain board might consume a portion of your counter, and limited cabinet space might lead to a restriction on the amount of cans you can purchase. Thankfully, if you have wall space there is a whole other dimension for you to find space within. Affixing flat back baskets to your kitchen walls can provide a place to put vegetables, fruits, utensils, or other things that don’t need to be refrigerated.

Lid Racks

Pots and pans are some of the most ubiquitous cooking tools, and many kitchens have them in droves. Though they can be useful, the lids that come along with these items can easily get lost or take up a lot of space. To diminish the amount of time spent searching for your lids, as well as making more room available, attach long bars about an inch away from the back of the cabinet door. Slip the lids between this rack and the door, letting them hang by their handles. The next time you open the door to prepare pasta; the lid will be right where you can see it. 

Double Wall Ovens

Many people would agree that the oven is the heart of the kitchen. As important to cooking as it is, the appliance is unforgivably large. It often consumes the second most amount of space in a kitchen, after the refrigerator. If you’re looking for a great way to free up space, why not invest in a wall oven? By imbedding the appliance into the wall, you no longer need to worry about it jutting out into the walking space you desperately need. The best double wall ovens even include advanced features that allow for increased convenience when preparing your meal.


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