Cramped kitchens can easily wear down your patience. From lacking storage space to countertop clutter, keeping a small kitchen functional and organized is difficult! At More Space Place, we can help. We’re experts in maximizing the utility of small spaces. Keep reading to discover our tips and tricks for making the most out of a smaller kitchen.
Hanging storage systems are perfect for kitchens that lack cabinet, drawer, and pantry space. Make use of walls and store lighter items with simple stick-on hooks. For heavier items, like pots and pans, it may be smart to invest in a sturdy hanging storage system that incorporates either wall or ceiling space.
For a small kitchen, a lazy Susan can be a lifesaver. Lazy Susans, which provide rotating storage, allow you to maximize the use of corner cabinets and drawers. They also make it easier to keep track of all your items. Perfect for spices, ingredients, and more!
In smaller kitchens, the pantry might be unbearably cramped. You might not even have a pantry at all! More Space Place is here to help. We design, build, and install custom pantry systems of all sizes. From designing a built-in system to a standalone model, we can find a way to incorporate a custom pantry into your kitchen. Get in touch with our team today to learn more, or view some of our local projects online!
A kitchen island can immediately make a kitchen feel more usable, especially one that provides storage, counter, and even seating space. Is your small kitchen missing an island? A rolling island might be a good fit! Rolling islands are portable islands that can be easily integrated – and removed – from your kitchen layout. They’re ideal for defining space in open-concept kitchens, too.
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The More Space Place team can help you upgrade your kitchen with a custom storage solution, from kitchen pantries to built-in shelves and drawers. Contact us today to learn more! You can also drop by one of our showrooms in Sarasota, Bradenton, or Port Charlotte to view our various storage options.
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