The kitchen can become a magnet for clutter, and when you're cooking and entertaining guests, that's the last thing you want!
Glass-front cabinets provide great incentives for forcing you — and
your family — to be organized. Any clutter or dishware put back in the
wrong place will be visible. Try storing everyday dinnerware above the
work surface, while hiding the clutter of pots and pans behind closed
Crockery drawers with movable pegs accommodate various-size dishes.
clean, rectangular wall-mounted box shelf provides a sleek alternative
to cabinets, while abundant drawers in a breakfast bar offer copious
hideaway storage for items too large for the shelf.
plain accent pole serves as anchor for innovative hanging storage —
adjustable circular shelves that rotate to provide access to seasonings
and condiments when needed.
hutch not only provides a hallmark centerpiece for a country kitchen,
it also offers abundant exposed shelving to show off an assortment of
plates, glasses, cups, and crockery while the space below conceals less
items that can be hung shouldn't sit on a shelf or in a cabinet.
Hanging hardware is amazingly stylish and adaptable, and allows you to
efficiently store frequently used equipment and supplies right where
they'll be used, like in this design by Windsor Smith.
Inserts and drawer dividers organize utensils.