If you lack the floor space for full-size cabinets, try a hanging cabinet like this one from Rubbermaid. As part of the FastTrack Garage Organization System, these cabinets store supplies without taking up precious floor space.
A large hanging cabinet is set over the polished stone fire table creating an eye-catching room border in the open floor design. The long rectangular table fills the room shape, surrounded by low-backed midcentury modern chairs. The focal point hangs above - an artistic, copper chandelier.
Who doesn't wish for more counter space in a kitchen? This little nook with an extra cabinet is a place to stash often-used oils and vinegars, fruit, veggies and just about anything. A hanging pot holder above makes the space extra functional, stashing cookware within reach but not taking up room in cabinets or shelves.
This fresh kitchen remodel features painted blue cabinets paired with oak cabinets and a white subway tile backsplash. Custom wood storage baskets decorate a shiplap accent wall, while recessed lighting and wide plank hardwood floors complete the look of the space.
This transitional kitchen remodel features painted blue cabinets paired paired with oak cabinets and a white subway tile backsplash. Custom wood storage baskets decorate a shiplap accent wall, while several stools line the kitchen island, providing a spot for casual dining. Recessed lighting illuminates the space.
This open, minimalist kitchen offers contemporary designs, pops of color and no traditional wall-hanging cabinets. The space features a vivid overhead LED lighting system above the marble kitchen island with purple cushioned stools and lower cabinets with a bronze finish.
As seen on HGTV's Property Brothers, Drew and Jonathan Scott took down the low-hanging cabinets and opened up the entire space, creating an open-concept, eat-in kitchen with bright surfaces. The new copper light fixtures add texture to the design.
A beautiful walnut floor was the inspiration for this warm earth-tone kitchen. Their wooded setting led to creating a look that would join the outdoors with the kitchen. The hanging cabinet design opened up wall space from a previous top-heavy cabinet design.
By removing the low-hanging cabinets, this renovated kitchen opens up to an island with a casual eating area, creating additional food preparation space and storage. The kitchen island features royal blue painted stools and three copper pendant lights. The open nature of the kitchen and living room spaces allows for easy transition between the rooms.
As seen on HGTV's Property Brothers, Drew and Jonathan Scott took down this kitchen's original low-hanging cabinets and opened up the entire space, creating an open-concept, eat-in kitchen with bright surfaces. The new island, outfitted with eye-catching blue chairs, serves as both a casual eating area and an extra work space. The copper light fixtures hanging above the island add color to the design.
A hanging rack is a clever—and attractive—way to store pots and pans when you're short on cabinet space. This kitchen brings additional visual interest via its blue tile backsplash, a nice contrast with the all-white cabinets and countertops.