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.
Give Cookbooks Space
Cookbooks are great on open ledges, so long as they're not exposed to grease and humidity from the fridge or stove.
Try a Retractable Book Stand
A recipe is kept by a retractable book stand at eye level while you're working, then folds back under a cabinet when you're done.
Consider See-Through Storage
Make it a snap for kids to grab bites on the go with see-through wire baskets.
File Plastic Containers
“File” their tops in orderly zones as well as plastic containers within the same drawer to keep them easily locatable.
Designate a Cooking Zone
Create a cooking zone round the cooker, storing pots and pans close to the range as possible.
The tops neatly collect to various pots and pans.
Group Similar Objects
Group objects by intention and assign them to special cupboards, just like the bakeware.
Stow Tools Efficiently
Stow crucial tools jointly within easy reach of your cooking area for efficient food prep.
To guests in mugs or little pitchers, current for no-fuss buffet service.
Turn to a Lazy Susan
Contain messes by home sticky or spillable food items on an easy-to-clean lazy Susan.