There are many options to consider when designing your new project. Some of those options include:
Open Shelving: In an area where items are continually removed and replaced, you need to be able to see what you’re doing. Open shelving will help store your most used kitchen items, including utensils, small kitchen appliances, and food. Custom shelving will double or triple the current amount of space.
Linen Pantry: Create a specific pantry to store your linens, tablecloths, napkins and any other materials that need to be stored safely and carefully.
Cabinets: Store essential kitchen non-food items by adding cabinets. Cabinets help to keep things in their proper place and can help store the things you don’t use as often or that you may want to protect. Cabinets can also help to cover your storage and help make it more aesthetically pleasing.
Drawers: Designing drawers into your new kitchen storage is a wonderful idea! Just as you already do in your kitchen, you can store smaller utensils and keep them tucked away until you need to use them next.