In the modern kitchen, striking a balance between aesthetics and functionality is essential. Many people compromise aesthetics for functionality and many compromise functionality for aesthetics, this can suit many people, but the ideal is to perfectly balance them both. Storage is one of the most essential functional elements of a kitchen and theres a variety of concealed and open storage options that can help you make most of your space. Today we’re going to take a look at some ideas to help you keep your kitchen tidy and visually appealing.
GLASS FRONTED CUPBOARDS
Glass fronted cupboards are an interesting way of combining concealed and open storage. The glass doors will help keep your crockery and other items away from damage and dust but will also display them, creating an interesting open storage illusion.
WALK IN LARDER
If you have enough space to convert an area into a walk in larder, it will serve your storage needs incredibly well. Tiling the walls will help keep this larder cool and helping to not only keep unsightly items out of the way, but also keeping them fresh.
SECRET STORAGE SEAT
Creating a shaker style window seat can help create extra seating for yourself and guest, but underneath this seat can be an area of storage to help further make use of your space. You could have one of these seats or you could try having multiple seats if you have the space.
All products come in different sizes, this can be hard to store them all efficiently. Taking your food products out of their packages and putting them in many perspex containers can help you stack your products in various cupboards.