This cleverly-designed storage rack for kitchen utensils was devised using a simple towel rack, re-purposed cans, and simple hooks. Have easy access to knives, forks and other small implements with this do-it-yourself project!
With only 162 square feet of available space, every inch of this kitchen was used. Six inches on both sides of the range, which might have been considered negligible in a larger kitchen, were topped with marble and used for a pull-out spice drawer on one side and utensil storage on the other.
Consider using a portable caddie to gather and store balls, building blocks or action figures, so you can bring the items right to a playroom table or your backyard. As your kids grow out of their toys, the caddie can be used for holding utensils, garden tools or for a gift basket.
Looking for a pretty place to stash small kitchen items or herbs? Create cute, custom utensil holders with a few recycled tin cans. Spray paint and craft tape will gussy them up, and S-hooks will keep them hanging in place on a towel bar.
When you want flexibility with your wall storage, the new Perch line from Urbio is a good solution. Designed to be modular, the vessels and wall plate in this wall organization system are magnetic and come in three- or five-piece starter kits that keep plants, kitchen utensils, art supplies and more within easy reach. The Perch line includes 3M Command Strips for easy installation and damage free removal, or stows for a more permanent placement.
There's no issue with cabinet space in this stunning kitchen. Tall, gray cabinets with ornate molding offer all the space you'd need for cookware, dishes and utensils. A stainless steel range is positioned with the cabinetry.
Coat hooks are the perfect scale for keeping everyday baking and cooking utensils organized and within arm's reach in a kitchen. Here an antique brass hook is attached to the side of the kitchen island to keep mixing spoons easily accessible.
Open kitchen storage can be both decorative and functional. The trick to doing this with style is to only keep utensils with simple shapes and lines visible. This adds a lived-in look to your kitchen island that also avoids coming across as cluttered.
Hit the dollar store for an inexpensive set of forks, knives and spoons when it comes to furnishing your dorm room. Buy four settings to accommodate a small group and account for inevitable lost utensils throughout the year. Displaying your silverware in a bright colored mug creates easy storage and can compliment your color scheme.