Maximize Your Kitchen Storage Options
The most significant expense with any Crofton kitchen renovations is the cabinets. That’s because there are many things you’ll need to store in your kitchen. But beyond just having a lot of cabinet space, there are other things you can do to make that storage potential even more efficient.
Cabinet space, especially lower cabinets, are often under-utilized due to how hard accessing hard to get items can be. If you’re storing your big pots in the lower cabinet, for example, you’ll keep them upfront, so you don’t have to struggle to get them out.
Rolling shelves provide more ease of access and more convenience. Now you can pull out the entire shelf, like a drawer, and get any item you want regardless of how deep it is in the cabinet. This can make you much more efficient with your storage options now that access is so easy.
You can only put one thing in one space on a shelf. But with risers, you’re effectively giving yourself an extra shelf on your shelf. Adding risers to any area means you can now stack more things. This can be extremely useful for pots or other tools or the storage of dishes or foodstuffs.
Pots take up a lot of space in a kitchen, but a pot rack claims back that area and can even make pots easier to access now that they’re out in the open. It can cost a bit more to invest in a quality pot rack. Still, at the same time, it can make a massive difference in just how easy and efficient the kitchen experience can be.
Don’t ignore your storage options when it comes to your Crofton kitchen renovations. A few smart purchases and design implementations here and there can give you a significant boost in just how much you can store and how easy it is to get the things you need when you need them.