Unless you designed your kitchen from scratch, with a custom layout and cabinets, it&#039s probably not perfect for your needs. But new cabinets can quickly eat up a small remodeling budget, and re-designing the kitchen isn&#039t usually an option if you rent. I won&#039t even get into the environmental impact of trashing old cabinets and producing new ones. Fortunately there are a lot of clever DIY ways to make the most of your current kitchen cabinets.
Last summer my husband and I gave our kitchen a makeover (see the entire Before &amp After project on my blog). Our 100-year-old house came with cabinets from the &#03960s or &#03970s that we didn&#039t want to replace. They looked completely different after we painted over the dark, streaky stain and replaced cheap-looking hardware, but it&#039s the behind-the-doors upgrades that have made the biggest functional difference. We were able to do all of them ourselves, and it&#039s amazing how much more we like using our kitchen now. So here are some useful kitchen hacks that I can recommend. Many of them are even renter-friendly, and could easily be removed and transferred to a new kitchen. So let us take a look at top draw kitchen storage cabinet storage with 29 pictures below.
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There was no good spot for our garbage and recycling in our kitchen when we moved in. There wasn&#039t really room under the sink, and there wasn&#039t a spot for freestanding bins that wasn&#039t in the way of other stuff. So we decided to install pull-out bins in a cabinet, and they were the perfect solution. They keep our garbage and recycling easy to access, but out of the way. A tiny tip: If you have an extra inch or two, put a container of baking soda near the wall behind the bins to absorb odors.