Guide written by:
Sebastian, self-taught DIY-er, Exeter
No matter the size of your kitchen, it's always a good idea to organise your space. One great way to achieve this is by kitting out your kitchen units with specially designed organisers. Available in a range of forms, these handy accessories are designed reduce clutter and keep your kitchen cupboards clean and tidy.
- Saving space
- Corner shelves
- Revolving trays
- Slide-out shelves
Why organise your kitchen units?
Designed to make your space more convenient to use and nicer to look at, kitchen unit organisers come in a number of forms, including revolving trays and slide-out shelves. These interior storage solutions allow you to maximise space and prevent your cupboards from getting cluttered.
Different types of kitchen unit organisers
Corner shelf unit
These handy accessories allow you to make the most of the inside corner of the unit. Easy to install at the base of a cupboard, these units come in a range of different sizes. They're often sold as a set of several trays or shelves with dedicated areas for plates and ustensils, for instance.
Revolving trays are also a great option for maximising corner storage space. They are available in several forms:
They also come in a range of materials, including:
- shock-resistant plastic: strong and hard-wearing
- stainless steel: strong and durable
- sliding columns, great for spices and small bottles e.g. condiments;
- sliding baskets, to store plates, household products and tea towels.
Some multi-functional containers even have a built-in canvas pouch for storing bread.
Guide written by:
Sebastian, self-taught DIY-er, Exeter, 192 guides
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