CARRÉ-2-FG | XYLO | CARRÉ-2-LG Contemporary Kitchen, Stuttgart
Design ideas for a contemporary kitchen in Stuttgart with shaker cabinets and white cabinets. — Houzz
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Amanda Nicholls added this to
11. One storage space to house major appliances makes finding gadgets a breezeBulky items like blenders, juicers, food processors and slow cookers can take up their fair share of cupboard space. Besides the fact that they are large in size, these items are usually quite heavy in weight too, which means it can be quite tedious trying to fish one out of a cupboard, especially if it has been stored at the back corner where it requires you unpacking several other appliances to get to the one you’re after. This kitchen has a well-planned storage facility built specifically to make these items more accessible for everyday use in the kitchen. Placing them in a tall pantry-style cupboard as opposed to a shorter but deeper cavity means you can space them out and distribute them evenly in the space, maximising their usability. Sliding drawers within a cupboard that houses these ‘cook’s tools’ is also worth investing in to avoid the rotating of items to reach the device you’re after.TELL USWhat do you wish you had in your kitchen? MOREWhere to Spend vs Where to Save on Your Kitchen Reno10 Kitchen Design Solutions You Didn’t Know Existed7 Super-Practical Things to Remember When Planning Your Kitchen
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Use cabinet doorsThe insides of cupboard doors are often under-utilised, but there are so many ways they can solve your kitchen clutter conundrums. A wire rack is the perfect place for slotting lids, keeping them neat and out of the way. Don’t forget, if you’re putting storage on your cabinet doors, it’s important to make sure the inner shelves don’t protrude too much or you won’t be able to shut the door. If they’re too deep, you might have to shave off a few centimetres to make the design work efficiently.