Clever Space-Saving Kitchen Design Ideas You Can Try

The kitchen is one of the busiest parts of your home, so a few small changes can have a great impact on your lifestyle. By using a few space-saving ideas, you can make your kitchen easier and more appealing to use. In addition, a few of these tips can also make your kitchen look better, so they’re perfect for your next kitchen remodel. Handyman Connection® of Chattanooga explains more:

Use a Crockery Drawer – A crockery drawer is useful because you no longer have to strain yourself reaching a stack of heavy plates inside your kitchen cabinets. Crockery drawers have movable pegs, allowing them to handle various kinds of dishes.

Try Using Swing Stools – You can use your kitchen to accommodate guests or to dine even with limited space. Use swivel or swing stools along your kitchen island to provide seating. These items are great because they disappear when you don’t need them, freeing up space.

Use a Pull-Out Cutting Board – This is a great addition to your next kitchen remodel because it can save you time and energy. Consider using a pull-out cutting board with a built-in hole that’s directly over the trash bin. Cut your food, brush the scraps directly into the bin below, wipe the board clean, and push it back in. No mess.

Consider Adding a Display Space Above the Kitchen Window – Your walls are an underutilized resource. You can add a simple shelf above your kitchen window and you’ll have the perfect place to display your art, plates, bowls etc. This allows you to add some design to your kitchen without taking up valuable space.

These are just a few of the unique kitchen storage ideas you can try for your next remodel. During our initial consultation, Handyman Connection of Chattanooga can discuss more space-saving ideas and give you specific advice about your kitchen’s design. In addition to kitchen remodels, our experienced handymen can help you with your carpentry, electrical work and general maintenance tasks. Contact us here or call us at (423) 709-8005 to learn more about kitchen storage. You can also ask for a free estimate.

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