You may have the most beautifully designed kitchen, but without practical storage features, your kitchen will be missing functionality. The kitchen is home to a multitude of items, from large oven dishes, to tinned food, to cooking utensils. We’ve pulled together a list of the top storage solutions for a fully operational kitchen…

Delve deep with drawers

Gone are the days where we must strain to reach a plate at the back of a cupboard. With deep-set drawers, you can easily store and locate items. Maximise your space by using a two-tiered drawer system, allowing you to organise the smallest and largest of kitchen accessories. Deep wide pull-outs are great for pots and pans, whilst bespoke drawer inserts ensure cutlery and utensils are stored in the most efficient manner.

Work in a wine rack

A built-in wine rack can seamlessly add sleek sophistication to any kitchen. Not only will it ensure that your wine is presented neatly, but it also gives you a chance to show-off your collection. You can even consider a wine cooler if white wine is more to your taste. Whether it’s a chilled Sauvignon Blanc or a deep Merlot, you’ll be fully prepared for dinner party nights.

Set up a shelving display

An island is a great way to display your favourite belongings and showcase your personality. By displaying items in the pockets of shelving incorporated into the design of the island, whether it’s your cookbook collection or a prized antique ornament, you’ll instatnly add detail and charm to your kitchen.

Incorporate corner storage

You may think that corners of the room will present awkward challenges when it comes to storage, but they can actually provide a fortune of hidden space. Opt for swing-out drawers such as “magic corners” that display the entire contents of the cupboard, so you can easily locate items.

If you are looking to give your kitchen a refresh, visit your local Optiplan Kitchens showroom or download our new brochure, and learn how you can turn your dream kitchen into a reality.

You may have the most beautifully designed kitchen, but without practical storage features, your kitchen will be missing functionality. The kitchen is home to a multitude of items, from large oven dishes, to tinned food, to cooking utensils. We’ve pulled together a list of the top storage solutions for a fully operational kitchen…

Delve deep with drawers

Gone are the days where we must strain to reach a plate at the back of a cupboard. With deep-set drawers, you can easily store and locate items. Maximise your space by using a two-tiered drawer system, allowing you to organise the smallest and largest of kitchen accessories. Deep wide pull-outs are great for pots and pans, whilst bespoke drawer inserts ensure cutlery and utensils are stored in the most efficient manner.

Work in a wine rack

A built-in wine rack can seamlessly add sleek sophistication to any kitchen. Not only will it ensure that your wine is presented neatly, but it also gives you a chance to show-off your collection. You can even consider a wine cooler if white wine is more to your taste. Whether it’s a chilled Sauvignon Blanc or a deep Merlot, you’ll be fully prepared for dinner party nights.

Set up a shelving display

An island is a great way to display your favourite belongings and showcase your personality. By displaying items in the pockets of shelving incorporated into the design of the island, whether it’s your cookbook collection or a prized antique ornament, you’ll instatnly add detail and charm to your kitchen.

Incorporate corner storage

You may think that corners of the room will present awkward challenges when it comes to storage, but they can actually provide a fortune of hidden space. Opt for swing-out drawers such as “magic corners” that display the entire contents of the cupboard, so you can easily locate items.

If you are looking to give your kitchen a refresh, visit your local Optiplan Kitchens showroom or download our new brochure, and learn how you can turn your dream kitchen into a reality.