Karen Swanson of New England Design Works Designed this Pennville Kitchen for her own home, and it won not only the regional Sub-Zero award, but also the National Kitchen & Bath Association's medium kitchen of the year. Karen is located in Manchester, MA and can be reached at email@example.com or 978.500.1096.
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Divide up your drawersThe way you arrange the inside of your drawers and cupboards can make all the difference when it comes to an organised kitchen. Shelf and drawer dividers are a handy device for making the most of every inch of space. Awkward shaped kitchenware needs to go somewhere, and this deep drawer, divided into sections, is the perfect home for rolling pins, trivets, trays and tins.Similarly, organise a cupboard with vertical dividers to make easy storage for chopping boards.Read more:Kitchen Storage: How to Pack a PunchTell us:How have you added extra storage to your kitchen? Share your ideas/photos in the Comments below.
Divvy up a drawerHands up who has a cupboard or drawer crammed with a mishmash of hidden bakeware and chopping boards all stacked together and impossible to extricate! Storing tins, racks and boards on their side is actually a smart way to see exactly what you’ve got – so you don’t end up buying the same thing twice or simply give up on your hunt for that seldom-used bundt tin. The key is fitting drawers that are deep enough and dividers that aren’t too wide.