Creative to Use Narrow or Dead Space in Kitchen

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 Need more storage space, you could build a hanging shelf over your kitchen island:

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No matter the size of your kitchen, there are always some difficult to use space or dead space exists. These spaces are often overlooked and and not used at all for any purpose. For example: what do you do when you have just a few inches at the end of a cabinet run? I think most of people may give it up. But we have found many cases of using tiny space, and they also apply to the thinnest or shallowest spaces in the kitchen.

A gap of just a few inches can fit in a pull out rack with storage for kitchen items. The narrow space beside the fridge can be turn into a spice and canned goods pantry…There are many ideas like this for using a few inches of space in the kitchen, so keep reading and you’ll get your answer.

Vertical storage for baking sheets in a narrow cabinet:

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 The space above the stove usually be overlooked, but you can create a shelf for oils and vinegars:

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Narrow cabinets installed on the side of a cupboard or base cabinet can be your extra pantry:

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 Look for an idea for the unused space under your cabinets – under-cabinet drawers:

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Turn the narrow cabinet beside the fridge into a spice and canned goods pantry:

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 Build the narrow wine rack beside the fridge:

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Cleverly use a narrow space next to the refrigerator to build cookbook shelves:

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Not enough kitchen counter top? Create an extendable work surface using heavy duty brackets that fold down when not in use:

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Kitchen Backsplash Shelf and Organizer:

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 The over space of kitchen sink is usually not used to make cupboard, so you should make the most of this space(such as: Add a floating shelf for cookbooks storage; build a drying rack for pots and pans):

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Install a dish draining rack over the sink:

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 Create a tablet and recipe book holder under kitchen cabinets, when not in use, it will be hidden:

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Connect two Billy bookshelves together to build a kitchen island with lots of storage space:

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Make full use of kitchen wall, just like these dark walnut corner floating shelves:

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 This narrow pull-out cabinet is a great solution for your wasted corner cabinet:

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 Breaking the mess of the countertop, you can use the wicker basket to store kitchen items:

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DIY Pull out the countertop gives you more room to operate:

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Swing arm stools are great seating option for tiny kitchen:

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 DIY a chopping board storage unit beside your kitchen stove, and it could double as a shelf for oil, seasonings etc:

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Set up a backsplash shelf and spice organizer:

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 All homes have inefficient corners, gaps, put them to clever use, such as creating a tall narrow closet for cleaning items:

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Use small tension rods to hold wire baskets at an angle under the kitchen sink:

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 Small kitchens have very limited storage space, so do not miss the base cabinet doors, they can be used to store pot & pan lids:

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 If you only have a tiny space for kitchen, then you can consider designing an U-shaped kitchen:

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A clever way to make use of the dead space at the end of a kitchen counter – DIY spice rack:

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Remove the door from the corner cabinet, then install hooks to hang pots and pan:

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Raise the cabinets to the ceiling and add a shelf under them to squeeze out some more storage space:

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Add a spice shelf to the backsplash to gain more storage and clutter free kitchen countertop:

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