Chadwell StreetTransitional Kitchen, London
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17. Location: London, UKDesigner: Patrick Lewis ArchitectsFeatures: How to store saucepans with panache.
Play with pegboardWith its utility chic credentials, pegboard (perforated hardboard) has become an interiors sleeper hit. This budget option isn’t just ideal in garages and craft rooms for hanging up equipment, it can work as a simple kitchen splashback too. You can buy pegboard from hardware stores or online. To add some colour and keep it practical, use a roller to add a couple of layers of moisture-resistant paint.Pegboards that work their socks off
Other OptionsUpper cabinets, open shelves and neither may be the most popular options, but they aren’t the only ones. A single shelf Use one floating shelf to store essentials while still keeping a breezy feel. Plus, a single shelf works great for capping a splashback.