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Kitchen Storage Solutions

The kitchen is the hub of the home and it’s most likely the room that’s most in need of some extra storage space. From your groceries and cleaning supplies to dinnerware and cooking utensils, it’s easy for your kitchen to become overcrowded.

But fear not, there are plenty of storage solutions out there to add extra space to even the smallest of kitchens! So spacious or cosy, modern or traditional, we’ve picked out some of the most innovative kitchen storage ideas for you:

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For small kitchens, wall and door storage is a dream. Proudly displaying your finest pots, pans and utensils is a popular trend in kitchen design so take advantage. There are lots of wall hanging racks on the market that are cost-effective too, so you can turn your cookware into a stylish feature!

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We’re huge fans of pull out larders in the Kitchen Compare Ideal for sneaking in extra storage into narrower spaces, you can fit more into these larders than classic kitchen cupboards. Plus, the pull-out design allows for easy access, so no more rooting around for that missing utensil!

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Utilise your fridge freezer space. If you can, fill in the gaps above and around your fridge freezer for an innovative storage solution. For example, this creative wine rack is an ingenious idea!

IKEA Metod Veddinge White Kitchen

A tip for larger kitchens: make use of the generous floor space with a central freestanding kitchen island. Packing in additional drawers, cupboards, shelves and surface space, it’s one of the simplest ways to enhance your kitchen storage.

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Go mobile and invest in moveable storage! This is brilliant for a snug kitchen. There are plenty of styles to choose from, including contemporary metal framed trolleys to wheeled wooden cabinets. You can move your storage around depending on your needs and even temporarily move it to another room when you need that little extra space.

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Double the space in your kitchen cabinets with shelving on the back of your cupboard doors. Perfect for storing smaller items like herbs and spices.

For more kitchen storage ideas, take a look at our Pinterest board or see the storage solutions available in the kitchens from the biggest UK retailers with our

26th Sep 2017