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Trending on The Organized Home: Tiny Kitchens

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Trending on The Organized Home: Tiny Kitchens

July 22, 2018

If you have a tiny kitchen (or even if you don’t), the Organized Home editors have plenty of ideas to maximize its storage and efficiency. Here’s a look.

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Above: “Where there’s a small space, there’s an ingenious storage solution,” writes Fan of this kitchenette in a 180-square-foot house. See all of its clever quirks in Aha! Design: Clever Built-in Storage for Cutting Boards. Photograph by Matthew Carbone, courtesy of Klein.
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Above: How to outfit your kitchen with only the necessities? Food blogger Jenny Rosenstrach of Dinner: A Love Story spills on the only novelty tool you need, not-worth-it gadgets, and more in Expert Advice: Food Blogger Jenny Rosenstrach on Her Favorite Gadgets and Cookware (and Worst Purchase). On her wish list: a seven quart Le Creuset dutch oven.
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Above: And, in Taipei, Taiwan, architecture firm Phoebe Sayswow took advantage of the high ceilings in a micro-apartment to create more space and storage than we would have thought possible. See more of the space (and the ideas the editors are dying to steal) in Small but Tall: Multilevel Living in a 108-Square-Foot Taipei Apartment. Photograph by Say!Cheese, courtesy of Phoebe Sayswow.

Plus, don’t forget to vote every day for your favorite finalist in the Best Kitchen Organization category of the 2018 Considered Design Awards.

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