How to Optimise the Space of Your Tiny Kitchen

Not everyone is blessed with a huge kitchen that has island units and tonnes of space for storage. But this doesn't mean that you don't want to possess all the latest kitchen appliances and gadgets, and that you don't want to fill your kitchen with delicious ingredients.

But how can you solve this problem of storage when you have a tiny kitchen space? You definitely have to think out of the box in order to create alternative storage solutions, but it is totally doable, and even in the tiniest of kitchen space, you can store everything that you need. Here are a few tips to get you started.

Magnets are your friend. When you don't have enough cupboards and cabinets to store all your kitchen things, magnets become your best friend. With a little help from magnets, you can stick things to your fridge and to your splashack too. For example, if you don't have enough space on your kitchen spaces to make a home for a knife block, add a magnetic strip to your splashback and hang the knives from it.

It is also possible to purchase spice jars that come equipped with magnetic lids so that you can stick them on to your fridge, your freezer, or any other metal appliance. Of course, if you can't find these magnetic jars, you could always make them yourself with a little DIY time on the weekend.

Use the wall space. Even if your kitchen doesn't have enough cupboards for you to store all of your plates and kitchen appliances, you can add additional shelves to your wall. You can store all manner of things on kitchen wall shelves, from cutlery to spices, and fine china to blenders. This is also a simple DIY project for anybody with a bit of home improvement savvy.

Add hooks to cupboards. If you want to optimise the storage space within your kitchen cupboards, you can do more than just stack items as high as possible from the bottom of the cupboard to the top. You can also add hooks to the insides of cupboards and hang certain items from these hooks. Whisks and ladles can be hung from hooks, as well as pots and pans.

Use an over-the-sink chopping board. When surface space is an issue, you can create more surface space when you need it by covering your sink. You will need your chopping board to cover your sink exactly, and it might be worth hiring a handyperson to do the job for you.

Hopefully these tips will suit your kitchen storage needs. If your space still feels cluttered, consider boxing up the things that you don't need right away and use self storage facilities like All Purpose Self Storage.

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Kids aren't known for their love of tidying their toys away, and my kids are no different. I used to struggle to keep their toys and clothes organised without limiting their ability to play and enjoy their bedroom, but not being able to find anything is no fun for them or me. I changed the layout of their room and started building a short organising routine into my weekly schedule. I started this blog to share what's worked for my family, and I post about a range of topics, such as making use of dead space, paring down toys, safe storage solutions and managing the influx of holiday and birthday gifts. I hope you find this blog useful and enjoyable.




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