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amandapollard
Amanda Pollard added this to Is This the Storage You’d Have in Your Dream Kitchen?3 Sep 2018

Slots for awkward itemsAnyone who bakes will probably add a place for bun tins and chopping boards to their list of dream storage solutions. This cupboard ticks that box perfectly.By dividing the cabinet into four sections, the kitchen designers have created distinct areas to store items upright. The smaller areas allow the trays and boards to sit vertically without falling over, and each one can be removed easily without disturbing neighbouring items.

susannahhutchison
Susannah Hutchison added this to Clever Hacks to Make Your Cupboards Work Harder13 Feb 2018

Divide the spaceChopping boards, baking trays, roasting tins and racks can be very cumbersome to get in and out of a cupboard. Stack them neatly with a simple four-way divider (or two-way, depending on the size of your cupboard). No more swearing under your breath when you’re trying to wrestle out a bun tin…Find local carpenters and joiners to help with built-in solutions in the Houzz Professionals Directory.

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Revive Your Space added this to Are These 7 Common Mistakes Making Your Home Disorganised?8 Dec 2017

Mistake 3: Stacking itemsIf you try to pile numerous items on top of each other, you might find it tricky to remove things without the stack toppling over. The solution: Store as much as possible vertically. Just as it’s far better to store books side by side on a bookshelf than in a pile, this rule can be applied to many things around the home. Baking trays and chopping boards in the kitchen are much easier to retrieve and return if they’re stored this way. It can also be a cunning way to make the most of a narrow recess in the kitchen, or try slotting a divider into a standard cupboard, as these homeowners have done.Similarly, don’t stack T-shirts and other clothes – store them vertically, running front to back, within a drawer, so when you’re looking for an item, you can see all the ‘spines’ of the folded garments and make your selection without disturbing the others.

feioi
Feioi added this to 13 Ideas to Give Your Kitchen a Designer Look on a Budget26 Feb 2017

Partition your cabinetsOne of the key features of a designer kitchen is bespoke storage tailored to your needs. Adding partitions to your cupboards is a simple way to create smaller compartments, seemingly designated for particular items. These can easily be fitted by a carpenter, or by yourself if you’re a dab hand at DIY.

joannasimmons
Jo Simmons added this to 10 of the Best Kitchen Storage Solutions in 201629 Nov 2016

Divide and quarterThis is a simple but effective way to make a regular kitchen cupboard work harder. A vertical divide and two little shelves turn one storage area into four neat compartments, each just the right size for chopping boards, baking sheets and trays.See the rest of this kitchenGot a brilliant kitchen storage tip? Share it in the Comments below.

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aswini_ks
aswini_ks added this to aswini_ks' ideas6 Jun 2019

Partitioning cabinets - to stow away baking utensils etc

lizhooley
lizhooley added this to Kitchen4 Jun 2019

Internal divider for long rectangular items

ak786
ak786 added this to Kitchens29 May 2019

Chopping board and tray storage

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Anne Marie Sheridan added this to Final Kitchen29 May 2019

Section for Trays/Chopping Boards

kimpurdy
kimpurdy added this to Sandwade28 May 2019

trays and chopping board cupboard

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Monica Hanson added this to Tonka Trail15 May 2019

storage organization in kitchen

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