Of all the rooms in the house, it’s probably the kitchen that gives us the biggest headache to organise. Not only do we want to create a nice, homely atmosphere, but it needs to be fully functional. When we cook – which, as a rule, happens every day – we hope that everything is at hand and easy to find; we don’t want to have to pull out all the pots and pans to get to the one we need. However, achieving this level of organisation is difficult. Most kitchens already don’t have sufficient space, and if storing all the food and utensils is a hard task, making them all accessible is even more so.
The best solution is to take full advantage of all the cupboards and drawers available, and to do this we have these original kitchen shelves, which are both adaptable and useful, of course.
Extendable shelves are really useful in high spaces. They have two levels and adjustable horizontal bars, and each level is composed of several removable modules. If your cupboard is narrow, you can remove modules and shrink the bars to suit the space; if it’s wider, you can extend the bars and add modules. The cupboard under the sink is the perfect place for using this kind of shelf. Normally, this space goes largely unused because the pipes and the U-bend make it difficult, but with this type of shelf, you only need to remove the necessary modules to make space for the U-bend, and then you have the lower level and whatever space is left above for keeping cleaning products (or whatever you like).
These metal shelves are another great shelving option for small kitchens. You can keep them on the countertop to place dishes to air dry after you’ve washed them, which saves you having to dry them by hand or put them away in the cupboard. The dishes stay ready for whenever you need them next, which will surely be every day, so it’s super convenient.
While it may be true that it’s better to have an empty countertop, so you have more space for preparing your meals, the reality is that we often end up using this space to store the utensils that don’t fit anywhere else. And if you’re going to do it, you might as well do it right, by using the best kitchen countertop shelf: our metal corner shelf. This is, without a doubt, the best way to borrow space from the countertop, as it keeps everything tidy and organised, so you barely notice losing this little bit of space. You can also use it to store food and utensils, or both. It has three levels to make the most of the available space higher up. The metal is resistant to moisture, which makes it perfect for drying pots and pans.
In conclusion, if you have very little space in the kitchen, the best thing you can do is optimise the space you have by leaving no corner unused. And what better for this than our original, functional shelves, perfectly adaptable to any space or corner.