Bright and Modern
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In addition, a pot hanger suspended from the ceiling is good way to make use of unused space. This one is positioned just above the cooker to provide a very useful place to stash pans and utensils.Read more:8 Clever Storage Ideas For L-Shaped KitchensTell us:Do you have an L-shaped kitchen? How have you made the most of the space? Share your thoughts and ideas in the Comments below.
This kitchen pops with colour and cheer. The kitchen is contained against a single wall and yet, every inch has been made to count. The suspended ceiling grilles support pegs for pots and pans, serving equally well as decor pieces. To the left, tall wooden shelves frame two rows of crockery, the upper lined by dainty hooks holding vibrant mugs. Open shelving gives an impression of a larger kitchen and accent lighting under the shelves enhance the counter.Instead of ceiling grilles, you could also choose rails or pegboards to hang your utensils. Alternatively, if your walls are already heaving with activity and you have a window to spare, it’s a good idea to install a pair of rails against your window frame. Other than using them for suspended storage as mentioned earlier, you can also use these to display little hanging planters. When it comes to a small kitchen, it’s wise to spread your space vertically. Use your walls to tell your culinary story.Read more:Kitchen Storage Hacks to Exploit Every Square InchKitchen Storage: How to Pack a PunchAdd 10 Fresh Kitchen Storage Solutions Without RenovatingTell us: Are there any must-haves we have missed? Share your ideas in Comments below.