Keep Rarely Used Items At The Top In Order To Optimise The Spaces Available In Other Cabinets

Keep Rarely Used Items At The Top In Order To Optimise The Spaces Available In Other Cabinets

RACK ATTACK WIRE SHELF RACK

There’s a rack for everything, from pots and pans to knives and spice jars. They help corral similar items together, so you know exactly where to locate what. Bump up the efficiency factor in your kitchen by placing most commonly used items such as the condiments and cooking utensils closer to the cooktop.

Keep Rarely Used Items At The Top In Order To Optimise The Spaces Available In Other Cabinets

HEADS UP

Overhead cabinets are known for their yawning span of space that makes it difficult to manage. Plus, you’d probably need to rely on a step-ladder to access the upper reaches of your cabinet. Hafele takes it to the next level with a brilliant solution that doesn’t just ensure the contents of your cupboard are in order, its pull-down system helps bring them down towards you. What’s also great is that you don’t need a major renovation but a mere intervention for this move.

Keep Rarely Used Items At The Top In Order To Optimise The Spaces Available In Other Cabinets

UNDER SINK SAVIOURS

Cleaning tools belong under the kitchen sink – one of the trickiest spots to take advantage of. Handy home dwellers resort to DIY, while some simply let the area be. Every bit of space is precious, which is why we should let you in on one of our best-kept secrets. Fittings specialist Blum came up with a brilliant drawer extension that fits under and around your sink to fully utilise every inch of space. This way, detergents and sponges can be kept close by, yet out of sight.

Keep Rarely Used Items At The Top In Order To Optimise The Spaces Available In Other Cabinets

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