Keep Small Appliances Out of Sight
Store small appliances according to how you use them by keeping the most-used items close at hand and others stored neatly away.
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In Plain Sight
There's plenty of work to be done in this corner alcove, where small appliances await in a niche tucked between the range and a stacked wall oven and warming drawer.
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Knobs, sliders, and hinges on this steel carousel squeeze multiple small appliances into a compact space while permitting easy access.
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Cut the Clutter
The clean lines of this cabinetry and its hardware suggest a kitchen where every piece of equipment is tidy and organized. Hinged doors keep it that way.
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Hidden but handy, this island's drop-down toaster compartment is also easier to use by children or anyone in a wheelchair.
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A More Manageable Microwave
Here, a microwave stored inside of a cabinet is still convenient and easier on your back than an undercounter placement. Blackboard paint on the inside of the door makes it easy to leave messages and reminders.
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A stainless-steel turntable in a corner niche uses often-wasted space by housing mixers, blenders, and more. Plus, it keeps these items out of sight but within easy reach.
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Better Baking Spot
This lift-up shelf provides a well-suited and secure spot for the mixer and can easily fold into the cabinet after use. The pullout drawer below stores additional baking supplies.
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Stainless Steel Stowaway
Keep your microwave out of the way, yet still accessible, with this handy roll-down appliance garage. You can easily find a kit online to install an appliance garage.
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Carve out a corner niche for small-appliance storage. Doorless, this secret space allows items to be easily accessible but unobtrusive.
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Designed for a baker, this freestanding storage unit stores a stand mixer in close proximity to utensils, ingredients, and a cool stone work surface. An electrical panel occupies the left-hand recess.