While most of us probably couldn&#039t stand the idea of living in a tiny house, we can all stand to take some ideas from these minuscule dwellings. Even if you don&#039t have to put your bed in a loft over the kitchen, there are still plenty of smart ideas for your own kitchen whether it&#039s 50 square feet or 500.
We&#039ve seen utensils and baskets hung from rails along backsplashes, but never pots. Turns out, as this 196-square-foot tiny house proves, they look totally fine out in the open like that. Think something might not look great hung up? Try it and see. You might be pleasantly surprised. So let us take a look at top kitchen storage alcohol with 22 pictures below.
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If your cabinetry opens out to the rest of your room, like in this tiny house featured on Country Living, put that space to good use with a few shelves on the ends. You could use them to house plants (cute!) or more practical items, like cookbooks and dishes.
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This kitchen, another one from Country Living, makes use of wasted space between the appliance and the ceiling. It&#039s the perfect spot for smaller dishes or things you might not use that often.
Lora, a Georgia-based educator and blogger who lives in a 230-squar- foot custom Tumbleweed Tiny House, has a fold-out table in her kitchen for when she needs more counter space. We&#039re guessing you could use the same, right?
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Custom cabinetry sounds like something expensive, right? It doesn&#039t have to be especially if you only need one piece. This kitchen, from Ana White, gets extra cabinetry from one custom piece. See that rustic cupboard on the wall on the left above the pipe coat hooks? It actually slides along the wall so that people in the kitchen can access it from the other side. The point? If you can&#039t find what you need, see about getting it made for you.