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Here I've been wanting a spice rack, but   this is so much better.

Spice drawer, I have large pull outs with my spices in single file now on either sides of my 5 burner stove top. It's a pain to bend over and grab the spices. This is much more convenient.

vinyl plank wood look floor versus engineered hardwood, flooring, hardwood floors

Very close match to my dream kitchen. I love the white cabinets, stone backsplash and hardwood floors. I like the color of the kitchen island. Not sure if I'll go with that final color but I do know I don't want my island matching my cabinets.

Create a storage-packed kitchen with our 20 clever solutions for making the most of your kitchen cabinets, drawers and pantry.

Stash dishwashing supplies out of sight. This narrow pullout provides sink-adjacent storage for dish soap, scrub brushes and hand towels. Plus, a towel rack allows the dish towel to dry after use. Photo courtesy of Dura Supreme Cabinetry

Create a storage-packed kitchen with our 20 clever solutions for making the most of your kitchen cabinets, drawers and pantry.

Drawer dividers are one of the simplest ways to keep your kitchen organized. Separate flatware, spices and knives easily with a divider that keeps everything in its place.

Create a storage-packed kitchen with our 20 clever solutions for making the most of your kitchen cabinets, drawers and pantry.

This drawer features two separate sections: a deep area for housing big pots and a shallow roll-out for storing potholders, lids and trivets. Photo courtesy of Dura Supreme Cabinetry

Create a storage-packed kitchen with our 20 clever solutions for making the most of your kitchen cabinets, drawers and pantry.

Open shelves provide plenty of storage while keeping everyday serveware, pots and pans within easy reach. For the true chef, built-in knife slots in this kitchen's butcher-block island keep culinary tools handy. Photo courtesy of The Brooklyn Home Company

How do you organize all those bits and bobs you have lying around the house? There’s always the option of buying a thousand plastic storage totes, but maybe you don’t have to. Maybe you already have what you need right at home.

pegboards to store casserole dishes on their sides. Not a bad idea if one has space. Kitchen Storage - traditional - kitchen - atlanta - by MOSAIC Group [Architects and Remodelers]