10 Genius Ways to Use That Awkward Space Above Your Kitchen Cabinets
Keeping a tiny kitchen with limited counter space feeling tidy and uncluttered can be a real challenge. But did you know that there's hidden storage up high that's rarely used? Yep, that empty area above the kitchen cabinets is primed for use. Scroll on to see just what that handy space can hold thanks to a mix of storage hacks and stylish decor accents.
Styled Cupboard Tops: Stack books, artwork, and more for visual interest.
(via Apartment Diet)
(via Apartment Diet)
A Cupboard Top Garden: In a crowded kitchen, plants and herbs can find a home way up high. (via I'm Outside Looking In)
Gallery Wall: Prop different sized photos atop those kitchen cabinets. (via Style by Emily Henderson)
Cookbook Storage: Keep recipes that you use less frequently stacked here. (via IKEA Ideas)
Out of Site Storage: Camouflage clutter with matching storage baskets. (via Apartment Therapy)
Minimalist Decorating: Display your kitchen faves like candle sticks and reclaimed wood serving boards. (via Amber Interiors)
Alternative Wine Cellar: Store your favorite bottles close but out of the way with little bar baskets. (via A Beautiful Mess)
Baking Arsenal: Let your lesser-used mixing bowls and cake platters fill that awkward space. (via One Kings Lane)
Add Good Vibes: Adorn the cabinet tops with a cheery reminder to ENJOY. (via The Handmade Home)
Consider Built-ins: Open shelves on top can offer a fresh and contained storage look. (via This Old House)
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Maggie Fogg is a style-savvy Canadian contributor to Brit & Co. After studying fashion, Maggie worked in the lifestyle industry for several years, but left her role as a Toronto-based marketing director for an indie beauty brand to pursue her passion for travel and style abroad. In the past year, she's visited 22 countries across four continents, as she writes about style and design trends from around the world. Maggie is also an avid runner with a new found love of hiking.