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If you’re tight on space, cabinet doors are even more problematic. This kitchen incorporates one whole wall of open shelving for everyday items. Shelving does not have to be much deeper than 12 or 13 inches to accommodate everyday items. Without any doors on the cabinetry, the space feels bigger and would better accommodate a person with a walker or in a wheelchair.Read more:Organise Your Messy Kitchen Cupboards & Drawers in 8 StepsTell us:How have you organised your kitchen? Tell us in the Comments below.
9. Colourful and custom European kitchenHomeowner: Lukas Kordik of Bratislava, SlovakiaThis space-saving customised kitchen is full of smart storage solutions. The bright blue kitchen cabinetry provides plenty of colour while taking up minimal space. An electric stove top, an oven set flush into the cabinetry and integrated drawer handles keep things simple. Having the main kitchen unit in a single block saves space and keeps the kitchen open.
A splash of colour is introduced in the kitchen with the use of blue cabinets. Painting the bricks white brightens the space, making the room feel light. Tip: The porous nature of bricks makes painting them a tricky task. A coat of sealant usually helps ease the job. It also eliminates the growth of mould.