11+ Storage Room Return {Good Mood, Good Idea}

It is about a repurposing some old unused items, and creating a new items from the old ones. These are cheap DIY projects and are so easy and simple to make that will help you to keep your kitchen always clean and comfort.

Pantry Shelving


The tops of your cabinets offer prime real estate for storage. Way up there, you can stash special-occasion serving platters and even extra pantry supplies that you don’t need all that frequently.

Laundry Room Storage


Your walls can hold more than you think they can. (Think: pots, pans, and even canisters that can hold utensils.) Instead of hanging a couple of more limiting shelves, try a pegboard, which adds very flexible storage space that can be adjusted over time as your needs change.

Resize Your Furniture


You can obviously get a smaller-than-usual laundry room. We also love this idea: The laundry room features a half-moon table instead of a full, round one, which would have wasted space. Putting the straight side against the wall was a smart use of space here.

Wall System Ideas


We’re kind of obsessed with this space-saving solution from the folks at South Shore Cabinetry. This built-in nesting table easily tucks away into cabinets when not in use, and pulls out to act as a bonus chopping surface when needed.

Galapagos Storage


Took the time to plan a custom storage solution for the (typically unused) space over the fridge. This design has room for open storage (to house pots, pans, and the like), as well as dividers to keep cutting boards in order.

Storage Solution


They’re the ideal place to house items like kitchen set and more. We love the practical storage here — and the fact that it looks very museum-like.

Wood Storage


You might not think of windows as a storage space, but this storage proves otherwise. The design made the bold decision to make your life easil, then  collection of pots and pans in front of your kitchen window.

Caramel Kitchen Storage Room


Look closely at this room, do you see that little shelf under the countertop? It’s a great way to add a lit bit of extra storage for small dishes, magazines, or cookbooks.

White and White Storage


Take a note from professional restaurant kitchens and chefs (the people who know food best, of course!) and work a metal shelf into your room for added spots to stash everything from pots and pans to appliances.

Unusual Kitchen Storage


Who wouldn’t love the luxury of this much storage for something as simple as pots, pans and the lids? You can’t beat the extra square footage they pack in, and they add just a touch of an industrial vibe.

Kitchen of Paradise


Another often-overlooked spot that adds extra storage to a snug kitchen? The empty space above your stove. If your kitchen doesn’t have a hood, you can put that wall space (and more) to use with help from a shelf or pot rail.



Finding storage space for larger platters and cutting boards can be tricky. Why not give them a spot to shine? When countertop space is at a premium, every square inch counts. Squeeze out a bit more room

Unique Kitchen Storage


If you have the opportunity to do a full-blown renovation on your kitchen, we insist you consider adding toekick drawers, no matter how small (or big!) your space is. Quiet! Don’t be wait!



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