13 DIY Ideas for Kitchen Storage

13 DIY Ideas for Kitchen Storage 8

13 DIY Ideas for Kitchen Storage 8


I don’t even know much of where to start when it comes to kitchens. So much happens in there. It’s even hard to keep up if you know what I mean. It’s always a challenge to take on with both hands when trying to add ideas to the kitchen. Plenty of people would tell you to just save your energy and time and invest it into something else more productive and effective. Remind yourself why you want to start this and keep going.



Try to be civilized and do things step by step. As usual don’t rush into anything head first. It may seem very practical to you but trust that it’s more than that. Keep your plants in a nice way. Am not sure who tried this in the first place or even why they would think of such a design but it works. It’s very unique and most of all it stands out. Not much of the design itself is elegant but it stands out to anyone who looks at it. It brings the kitchen to life.

This one looks like a simple idea that can go a long way. Simple but elegant design and I like its uniqueness. Get some pieces of wood and cut them into simple even pieces. You can paint them if you want although it is not necessary. Draw some lines and let that guide you when you cut. Make sure the edges are smooth so you don’t get hurt if come to contact with the edges. Get some tires for it to be safe and make it a bit more mobile. You can move it around different positions. Shouldn’t take you too long. Time waits only for those who let it wait for them. That’s made up in case you are wondering.

I still think it’s a good idea to always protect your windows. These small doors look pointless but can have a n impact on lighting in the room. Even those window spies will be shut out. But of course the thought of having window blinds is very different from getting small doors for the window.

Simple trash bags can be found in any shops but it’s up to you to decide how to make them useful. I have found a perfect way and I think it can work for anyone else. The same way we use toilet paper on rolls, we can use plastic bags. Of course because of the size, they need to have a bigger roll. You can make it on your own or buy in the shop. Since we are talking about doing things yourself, I think it would be better to do it yourself. Why not? I think about the way things change when put together as compared to when you leave them separate. They become individual parts deep in the bottom.

There are a lot of cabinets that are not being used in the kitchen. After all, most of the kitchens nowadays just come with so many drawers and cabinets that you don’t know what to do with some of them. They just become empty for a long period of time. Make them useful by storing tools.

We all go shopping and come back with plastics that we don’t intend to reuse or just end up disposing of them. Use them to keep products and even some food items. I feel people don’t need to always use these plastics if they already have enough storage items. Am just putting options out in the open. Rather use plastic bags than spend a lot of money getting storage items that may not be worth it. Remember that my goal is also to help you save up your money to be able to do other stuff with it.

Get some wood and cut it into four pieces. Put one on top of the other until you have then levelled and then fix them to the wall whether you glue them or nail them. Make sure they fit from one end of the wall to the other.

Most of handmade stuff is not always going to be original but at least it will come close enough. Make sure to always use guidelines to avoid complications.

Get any simple covers to use for the wood boards. Store any products that you obtain with ease. Don’t stress as much as you normally would.

You would need a lot of suitable space to get this to work. If you have a small kitchen, then don’t bother trying this unless you think you can get it to work. One thing I have learnt from previous experiences is that you can never judge a result before you try doing something yourself.

It may be a long shot but I like the idea. Not a lot of people understand what goes into bringing ideas to life. Am now starting to see the difference between desires and ideas. People are being bound to only their desires so much that they don’t dig into realistic ideas that can be the reason they change a lot of things.

Just because tools are said to be for the garage doesn’t mean that they can’t be put anywhere else. To come to think of it, there is no reason for people to make such unnecessary rules. But then again we need them to keep organized.

Don’t take the whole space, just enough. You can fix hooks onto the pieces and then hang any kitchen utensils. It’s much easier than it sounds and will not even take you long. Just follow all the steps and you will be fine.


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