Living in a city and loving to cook can be a challenge, especially since most kitchens are tiny and have limited storage space. How are you supposed to use your oven when it&rsquos doubling as a shoe rack?! But seriously, city folks (or anyone who&rsquos living with a tight kitchen) must get creative with their space, and these small kitchen ideas will help ease the pain of spending top dollar for a kitchen that is smaller than a suburban bathroom.
Small kitchens means limited cabinet space, but they all have walls. Instead of covering them with art, use that prime kitchen real estate for something more functional. Install a magnetic knife holder on the wall to free up valuable cabinet space, suggests Lindsey Pine, M.S., R.D.N. &ldquoThey&rsquore relatively inexpensive, save a ton of space, and are a great way to display your chef blades.&rdquo So let us take a look at favorite kitchenware space saving kitchen storage with 29 pictures below.
1. Best Small Kitchen Organization Ideas On Storage
Another fun trick, courtesy of culinary nutritionist Julie Harrington, R.D., is to hang a mason jar display on the wall to stash cooking utensils. &ldquoTo create one yourself, stain a piece of wood, drill a few hose clamps into the wood, and attach the mason jars,&rdquo she says. Or if you&#039re like us and left your tool belt and enthusiasm for crafting in the suburbs, pick up one on Amazon.