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5 Smart Kitchen Storage Solutions

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What to do when a tightly cramped kitchen yearns for more space? Here, five great examples on how to win the storage battle with arguably the most trafficked room in the house.
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  A few big ideas—and some careful workmanship—transform the very small kitchen of a one-bedroom Brooklyn apartment into an expansive space suited to a young professional with a taste for design. The designers at Workstead devised a plan to use an offset grid of cabinets as a unifying element in slate gray that moves across the room and gives it a cool quietude. The backsplash tile is from Ann Sacks.Photo by: Jeremy Liebman

    A few big ideas—and some careful workmanship—transform the very small kitchen of a one-bedroom Brooklyn apartment into an expansive space suited to a young professional with a taste for design. The designers at Workstead devised a plan to use an offset grid of cabinets as a unifying element in slate gray that moves across the room and gives it a cool quietude. The backsplash tile is from Ann Sacks.

    Photo by: Jeremy Liebman

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  Long overhead cabinets hang above the stovetop and island in textile designer Orla Kiely's London home. Photo by: Chris Tubbs  Photo by: Chris Tubbs

    Long overhead cabinets hang above the stovetop and island in textile designer Orla Kiely's London home

    Photo by: Chris Tubbs

    Photo by: Chris Tubbs

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  In the Renaldi-Boyd Residence, a vertical tile-covered storage nook holds various pots, pans, and bric-à-brac.

    In the Renaldi-Boyd Residence, a vertical tile-covered storage nook holds various pots, pans, and bric-à-brac.

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  In the kitchen of this renovated Brooklyn brownstone, the island and cabinets, fashioned from remilled Douglas-fir beams salvaged from upstate New York, sport inexpensive drawers from Ikea.Photo by: Matthew Williams  Photo by: Matthew Williams

    In the kitchen of this renovated Brooklyn brownstone, the island and cabinets, fashioned from remilled Douglas-fir beams salvaged from upstate New York, sport inexpensive drawers from Ikea.

    Photo by: Matthew Williams

    Photo by: Matthew Williams

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  7 shelves of various kitchenware, cookbooks, mini appliances, and even bottles of wine are accessible by a rolling ladder. See more of this renovated Victorian in San Francisco here.Photo by: Dave Lauridsen  Photo by: Dave Lauridsen

    7 shelves of various kitchenware, cookbooks, mini appliances, and even bottles of wine are accessible by a rolling ladder. See more of this renovated Victorian in San Francisco here.

    Photo by: Dave Lauridsen

    Photo by: Dave Lauridsen

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