21 simple but effective ways to make the most of a small kitchen

They say that for new ideas to be born, there must be restraints, whether they be in time, space, or resources, and a small kitchen is a great example of this. LikeAble has compiled a list of storage suggestions in hopes that you can see your tiny kitchen from a new perspective.

1. Hangers, clips, and magnets are all that your utensils could wish for.

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2. Additional shelves allow you to fit more dishes in your cupboards.

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3. A clever use of corners will give you an advantage.

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4. Keep what you rarely use in boxes.

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5. Add an extra shelf over your cupboards to save even more space.

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6. Hang pans for a tight, neat fit.

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7. A vertical paper holder is good for storing aluminium foil, storage bags, or plastic wrap.

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8. Insert a rod under your sink to hang your cleaners from.

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9. A wall shelf will fit all your recipe books nicely.

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10. Save space in the drawers and on the counter by attaching a dish drainer to the wall.

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11. Cutting boards can be stored like this.

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12. Use a bathroom rod to hang pots and pans anywhere you have additional space.

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13. Knives and other metallic utensils can be stored on a magnetic strip.

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14. Make a spice rack out of a magnetic strip.

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15. It’s best to keep all long-handled utensils in one place.

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16. Who says paper holders can only hold papers?

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17. Wall shelves will free space in the drawers.

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18. Cute little shelves offer additional space on the counter top.

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19. Meet the folding table — your best friend in a small space!

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20. Transform the inside of each cabinet door to offer you more space.

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21. You can hang anything like this — just watch your head!

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