Storing multiple pots and pans can be a problem when you have limited cupboard space. We suggest attaching stick-on hooks to the inside of your cupboard doors and kitchen cabinets.
If you slide the lids between these hooks they will stay in place without using valuable shelf space.
If the space around your sink is a little small, then this is the next best thing for you. With some technical skills, install a drying rack over the sink.
But just because it's called a drying rack doesn't mean it's only meant for drying purposes. You can simply keep it as a neat shelf that stands above the tap. It is, after all, the ideal place to keep all the cleaning products and any other items you may need. Just look how neat and tidy this sink looks with the elevated drying rack.
As we all know all too well, the inside of a fridge can get packed up pretty quickly and look more like a scene from Jumanji than an actual kitchen appliance.
If you need extra shelving spaces then you can use slide-in shelves to store loose items so that they don't get lost and keep your fridge organized and orderly.
Store Your Veggies on the Wall
Wire baskets and wicker containers are perfect for storing vegetables like apples and bananas as they are light and allow for air contact.
These baskets are great for wasted space behind the kitchen door. You can attach them with two simple hooks, meaning they can be lifted on and off whenever you need them.
Use Your Garden Rack
This outdoor storage trick involves just using the head of an old garden rake. The spokes turn into ordered hooks to hang your garden shears, spades and scissors from whilst adding a touch of vintage style to your outdoor area.
Not only will this look rustic, perfect for your garden area but it will save you money as you won't have to buy new hooks.