11 Clever Storage Hacks for Small Kitchens

Give your tiny kitchen breathing space with these tips.

Updated on February 14, 2018 8:02 am

Luisa Wong

Clever Storage Hacks for Small Kitchens

Having a big kitchen is considered a luxury when you are living in Singapore. If your small kitchen is too crammed for you, here are some tips on how you can whip up an extra space for the heart of your home:

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1. Go vertical and save space by hanging your kitchenwares and not just storing them inside your cabinets.

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2. Transform a corner in your kitchen into a storage nook by adding pegboards. DIY a bit and this will give your kitchen a big makeover.

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3. Turn those empty baby food jars into useful magnetic spice containers, attach them on your fridge’s door, and voila, you don’t have to worry anymore about your jam-packed spice cabinet.

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4. If you’re thinking of throwing out your baskets, stop right now and you’ll thank us afterwards. Use baskets to squeeze in space inside your small kitchen. You can use it to put kitchen towels as well as other kitchen accessories that may add clutter to your space.

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5. Make the most of your kitchen space with rolling shelves. These moveable shelves are not just total space savers, but these will also give you easy access to your kitchen materials and streamline your cooking.

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6. Use your under-the-sink space as storage for cleaning materials. You may also attach command hooks and baskets under your sink to place your consumables.

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7. Having open shelves is also a smart option for small kitchens. Open shelves are easy to organise, inexpensive, and definitely make any kitchen look open and brighter. Plus, if you want to show off your stylish diningwares, then open shelves are your way to go!

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8. The bare sides of your cabinet can be more useful than you can imagine. Utilise the sides of your cabinet by adding rods and hooks so you can hang some of your cooking tools.

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9. Make use of your cabinet doors by adding wire racks to store your kitchen utensils. This will let you maximise your existing kitchen cabinet by allowing it to accommodate a lot of your kitchen stuff that might look cluttered inside the cabinets.

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10. Maximise your kitchen area by using your ceiling. Yes, the ceiling! You can hang your respectable set of cookware—pots, pans, skillets, griddles, and gadgets on the ceiling. With the use of S-hooks, you can turn any material into a stylish customised pot rack.

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11. If you've hung your cookwares on the ceiling, you might be wondering where the lids should be placed. You can store your lids on a wall or any space available by using a cheap curtain rod and turning it into a functional and industrial-looking lid holder. Rods can declutter your kitchen counter space as well as cabinets and drawers.


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