Perhaps you have wondered what to do with that awkward space above your kitchen cabinets? We have amassed 5 intelligent options for stylish storage and easy decor.
These perfectly sized, numbered baskets should work, if you’d rather keep your storage things under wraps.
Store Cutting Boards in a Basket
This legend tip comes from the inimitable Ina Garten: When she updated her East Hampton nation kitchen (our 2009 Kitchen of the Year), she used a wicker basket to corral all her cutting boards.
Light it Right
Even under -the-cabinets space can be well used, whether for lighting, an appliance, or, in this instance, a dish-towl pole.
Marry the Kitchen to Your Home's Style
"Gone are the times when kitchens were merely kitchens — now they're so pretty they could be any room of the house, says designer Jo Ann Alston of her French Normandy-style layout. Jo Ann incorporated the appliances for a seamless appearance and mixed light fixtures with different styles and finishes to provide the look of having been obtained over time rather than purchased all at the same time. The assorted gray and brown tones in the Chinese slate and oak flooring complement the Jerusalem gold limestone countertop in the island, offering a rich appearance which never wanders far from a neutral colour midpoint.