By B15MiLl4hcodingcolor. Kitchen Storage. At Wednesday, November 14th 2018, 20:51:37 PM.
Kitchen storage containers can take care of this problem. They come in various sizes and shapes. Square containers that have button lids are a good choice. These come in many sizes, stack neatly and create an air-tight seal with the push of a button. Fill a tall skinny one with spaghetti, a small rectangular with rice and a large rectangular one with cereal. There are ones made specially to hold a 5-pound bag of sugar as well as a single sandwich.
By doing something as simple as installing dish rail to the forward edge of the upper cabinet tops, you provide a defined, aesthetically pleasing storage area for the likes of that fancy dinnerware you have used once in the last year, the larger pieces of cookware that also have not seen action since the last holiday. Storing larger, seldom used pieces overhead clears more concealed storage space for some of the items that clutter your counter space. Remember that sandwich maker; there you go, out of sight.
Any approach towards taming the beast that your kitchen has become needs to be measured, both figuratively, do not go overboard with your ideas, simplicity is better and primary to our equation, literally measure the existing space. After all, you can't fit a bowling ball into a marble pouch. When measuring the existing storage space available in your kitchen, focus more on the empty areas.