To store cutting boards, mount a rack on a cabinet door (Check out these other inside-cabinet door storage ideas, too). Use a sheet of 1/4-in.-thick acrylic plastic plywood would also work. You can cut acrylic with a table saw or circular saw as long as you cut slowly. Knock off the sharp edges with sandpaper. Round the lower corners with a belt sander. For spacers, use No. 14-8 crimp sleeves (in the electrical aisle at home centers), or any type of tube or even blocks of wood would work.
You can size this knife rack to suit any cabinet door and any number of knives. To build it, you just need a table saw and wood scraps. Run the scraps across the saw on edge to cut kerfs. Adjust the blade height to suit the width of the knife blades. You have to remove the saw&#039s blade guard for these cuts, so be extra careful. Also cut a thin strip to act as an end cap. Glue and clamp the kerfed scraps together and sand the knife rack until the joints are flush. To mount it, use two 1-1/4-in. screws and finish washers. Plus: check out these great cabinet door storage ideas. So let us take a look at top 27 pictures inside cabinet door small kitchen kitchen storage below.
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What&#039s hiding under your kitchen sink? If the space under your sink is anything like ours, it&#039s an overcrowded jumble of cleaning supplies, sponges and plastic bags. Here&#039s a great way to store these items right on the door of the sink cabinet. Cut a plastic storage tub in half with a utility knife and screw it to the inside of the cabinet door through the plastic lip at the top of the tub. Just make sure you position it so you can shut the cabinet door when all your bags and other supplies are in the bin.