Kitchen Storage Solutions

No matter how many kitchen items, utensils and appliances you own, you can never have enough kitchen storage. We are always looking for new ways to utilise kitchen space and maximise storage when planning a kitchen renovation. Thankfully, we have come up with some clever kitchen storage solutions for you to keep in mind when designing your new kitchen.

Kitchen cabinets not only determine the look and feel of a kitchen but also its functionality. Kitchen cabinets have a large impact on your budget as well as your kitchen’s style, so there is no surprise that choosing your kitchen cabinets is a big decision making process. There are several elements of kitchen cabinets which you should keep in mind when designing your kitchen to help obtain the best final results while improving your home décor with convenient storage options.

The kitchen is the room where most storage is needed and finding a place for every cooking item while avoiding a cluttered kitchen area can be a hard task. What you may not realise is that there is much usable space for storage on the unused walls in your kitchen. Here are some ways to maximise the use of the walls in your kitchen and create a solution to your limited kitchen storage.

Glass-front kitchen cabinets are beautiful and are great for displaying your most cherished kitchen items, however, at times they may not work for your kitchen. Glass-front kitchen cabinets require you to keep your display items organised and regularly cleaned for fingerprints. Here are some less revealing alternatives to glass-front kitchen cabinets that can also add visual interest to your kitchen.

The kitchen is arguably the most used room in the house and if you’re not a big cook but still appreciate your kitchen, some unique kitchen designs can add some fun to your cooking area. Avoid investing in an extravagant fridge, a dual dishwasher or a professional grade range hood and take a look at these fun kitchen ideas that will let you really enjoy entertaining in your kitchen.

Finding a place for every cooking item in the kitchen while avoiding a cluttered cooking space can be a hard task. Storage doesn’t always have to be boring and hidden away, displaying equipment out in the open can add to your kitchen’s design. Plain-sight storage in the kitchen is handy as it keeps things close at hand when you’re in a rush to prepare. Here are some creative ideas and inspiration for displaying your most used cooking items in the kitchen.

The kitchen is the room where extra storage is most needed. People are always looking for new ways to fit an extra cupboard in here or a shelf in there to optimise their space in the kitchen. Storage trends have been changing a lot over the past few years, so we’ve made a list of our top 5 kitchen storage trends.

When designing kitchens, you often hear about the work triangle in which the refrigerator, stove and sink are all placed so that they form a roughly equilateral triangle. This is a great concept to use when designing a kitchen, especially a smaller one, but another idea that is gaining popularity is the idea of work zones rather than the triangle. This means that you group appliances and fixtures according to use. Here’s how to apply work zones to your kitchen design.

Cabinetry is an essential part of any kitchen and is used frequently, so you want to make sure that your cabinet doors and drawers are easy to use and can handle the frequent use. Two great ways to achieve this is by installing lift-up and soft-close fittings, we particularly like the Aventos range for lift-up doors and the Hettich Innotech System for soft close drawers.