When you don’t have much storage and kitchen space, make every inch work extra hard.
The skinny space between your fridge and the wall is prime real estate for storing canned goods (and a cute chevron surprise never hurts).
Easy-to-grab bins are great for corralling goodies on the tippy-top shelf.
Regain Sink Space
Get wet sponges and scrubbers off your countertop by placing them in desk organizers hung on the side of nearby cabinets (an ever-underutilized space).
Breaking: Your shelves have two surfaces perfect for storing kitchen clutter. Place tins and bins on top, and hang mason jars filled with nuts, seeds, and spices underneath.
Conceal and Contain
If a bloated pile of grocery store bags is taking over your cabinet space, stuff them into empty tissue boxes for a handy, compact solution.
Here, a small shipping pallet offers the perfect foundation for shelves for small bottles, hooks for spoons and cups, and a metallic strip for knives.
Show Boxes the Door
Get plastic wrap and aluminum foil out of the way by stowing them in a well-hidden magazine file.
Build a Better Bench
A breakfast nook bench takes up less space than dining chairs, and works double-duty with storage under the seats.
Try a Tilt
Confused by fake drawer fronts under your sink? Take back that space with clever hardware that creates a secret spot for sponges.
Reposition Pot Lids
Due to their awkwardly shaped handles, lids can comandeer a cabinet. Get them out of the way by outfitting a drawer with a tension rod that holds them vertically in place.
Remember the Toe Kick
We see you hiding under those cabinets, extra storage space! This clever IKEA hack proves that even tiny kitchens have room for a bevy of cake pans or baking dishes.