The kitchen is the heart of your home; where family meals are made, cookies with grandma are baked and memories are created. When designing your kitchen with Thomsen Homes, there are many design options to consider before your interior design meeting and this post is all about kitchen storage. Below are some tips to help you create a spacious kitchen.
Using open shelves is a popular trend in 2017. You can use floating shelves for décor, dishes and bakeware. You can’t go wrong with this clean and simple look.
An oversized island provides extra cabinetry and storage. Who doesn’t need more storage?
Large Walk-in Pantry
A large pantry is every chef’s (and neat fanatic’s) dream. A large pantry provides so much storage opportunities thus you can keep your countertops clear of clutter. Not to mention the organization you can have in your new pantry. The possibilities are endless!
Large drawers add another option to cabinetry. Drawers add lots of space and keeps items easily organized. They work great for dishes, pots and pans, tupperware containers, small appliances, etc.
Double Stacked Cabinets
Double stacked upper cabinets are not only pleasing to look at; they add additional storage for stowing away non-essential items. These cabinets can be hard to reach so storing unused items here may be beneficial or keep a step stool close by.
If a walk-in pantry isn’t an option in your kitchen, a built-in pantry adds an extra storage area. Thomsen Homes can create built-in pantries of all sizes to fit your needs.
Adding a buffet to your dining space is a great way to add additional storage cabinetry is cohesive with your kitchen cabinetry. This is an excellent place to store any unused dishes and seasonal items that you may use around the Thanksgiving table.
Built-in Microwave/ Range Hood
When adding a hood over the range, many clients ask where to place their microwave. There are many options for microwaves such as built into the island, side cabinetry or in a built-in cabinet pantry.
Who wants an unattractive trash can sitting around their brand-new kitchen? Adding a trash pull-out is the perfect alternative. Whether you want a pull-out in your island or by your sink, your cabinetry is tailored to fit your needs.
These are just a few ideas for your new kitchen. You can find even more images and inspiration in our gallery.