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The tiny home trend is tops on my list of loves, but a tiny kitchen? So less desirable. They Cupboards for Kitchen pretty much go hand-in-hand, though. For urbanites, apartment dwellers and small-home owners, the heart of the home can become the bane of your existence when space is at a premium. But maximize every inch of precious space, and you and your kitchen will be able to work wonders together. Here's how to do it: "Tip: Roll with it Tip: Work the wallsOnce the cabinets are filled, where to next? Your counter space is a precious commodity, but your walls, not so much. Instead of storing items on your work area, use hooks and shelves to hang them. Iris1Knife blocks are space suckers. A mounted knife rack, on the other hand, keeps your Cupboards for Kitchen tools within reach — while at the same time tucked out of the way.Susan Serra4Tip: Procure a pot rack Tip: Store seating Tip: Rethink design details If your kitchen is not quite wide enough for an island, rethink your counter. Just a little jut away from the walls — as in this kitchen — ups the available workspace by a lot.Donna DuFresne Interior Design1For sinks that are on the small side, consider an articulated faucet. It can bend out of the way to accommodate large pots and dishes. Mount on the wall to take up even less space on your Cupboards for Kitchen counter.Andre Rothblatt Architecture3Tip: Conquer corners Unlike a lazy Susan, where you have to open it up then turn to find what you're after, these drawers keep kitchen supplies more easily accessible.Donna DuFresne Interior Design5A built-in like this encroaches on square footage by mere inches and provides ample previously unused storage in return.Nicholas Moriarty Cupboards for Kitchen Interiors (NMI, LLC.)7Rethink the sink. Again, a corner's unused space is expertly tamed here. Isabel Beattie @ K Cabinets Oakville3Same goes with this stove's placement. Plus, a shelf built into the usually-bare backsplash can hold cooking items that might otherwise take up room on shelves or counters.Tracery Interiors4Tip: Opt for pint-size appliances If you're not regularly cooking for a crowd, a small dishwasher or stove might suit you just fine.Sweet as a Candy2Dzignit, Patrice Greene6Tip: Find forgotten space Any other forgotten Cupboards for Kitchen areas of your kitchen, besides the corners? Make 'em earn their keep by squeaking out some storage space. Here, a warming drawer finds a spot on the side of this island. Rossington Architecture2A piece of an island can also transform into wine storage.Signature Home Services3And you Cupboards for Kitchen can slip a spice rack into almost any available sliver."