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Kitchen storage is a favorite topic here on Houzz. We’re all familiar with the dilemma; we add more to our collection — new dishes, holiday serveware, specialty gadgets — and no matter how well we Solid Wood RTA Cabinets pack it in, more stuff means less available storage. In come clever kitchen storage strategies. Every year designers offer new ideas and innovative twists on traditional storage. Last year’s most popular kitchen storage photos featured corner drawers, concealed trash cans and appliance garages. Among the photos uploaded in 2014 so far, Houzzers have favored pullout knife drawers, island storage and hidden wine bars. Here are the kitchen storage solutions that have been added to the most users’ ideabooks so far this year. Have you saved any of these photos yourself? "1. Walk-in pantry. Clear food storage containers, such as glass jars, and cookbooks organized by color helped make this pantry the most popular photo of 2014. Almost 120,000 users have saved this photo. 2. Pullout knife drawer. Countertop knife blocks might be the go-to storage solution, but a Solid Wood RTA Cabinets custom pullout drawer is a creative alternative. So far more than 108,000 Houzzers have added this photo to their ideabooks. 3. Pantry cabinet. More than 60,000 users have saved this photo of a built-in pantry cabinet. Labeled drawers, large shelves and cabinet racks make finding things easy and quick.LEICHT New York4. Cleaning supplies closet. Free up room under the sink with a designated housekeeping cabinet. This tall space, with room for both a vacuum and a mop, has been added to 54,000 ideabooks.Jenna Burger Design5. Narrow pullout shelves. More than 54,000 Houzzers have noted and saved this space-saving alternative to traditional food shelving. Jenna Burger, SAS Solid Wood RTA Cabinets Interiors designer and blogger, says this option is the best way to pack a lot of storage into a small area. 6. Cookie sheet cubbies. More than 53,000 Houzz users like the vertical shelving solution for cookie sheets, muffin tins and reusable grocery bags here. The pullout shelving below helps the owners take advantage of every inch of drawer space.Roundhouse7. Cabinet-mounted spice rack. Added to 51,000 ideabooks, this photo of a custom walnut-veneer spice rack keeps spices organized and handy.Laurysen Kitchens Ltd.8. Pullout ironing board. More than 32,000 Houzzers love this solution, which was added to this kitchen at the request of a busy mom. 9. Extra workstation. This spot, concealed by bifold cabinet doors, offers extra countertop space for Solid Wood RTA Cabinets food prep and small appliances. Something like this is perfect for those who need extra room but want to hide the clutter. Nearly 26,000 Houzzers have saved this photo.Lorin Hill, Architect10. Wraparound shelving. If you have beautiful dishes, showcase them! Nearly 24,000 Houzzers have taken a shine to this shelving, which nicely frames a small pantry’s beautiful glass pocket doors.Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis Architects LLP11. Built-in island storage. A typical island has dining and counter space, but what about cabinets and shelving? With Solid Wood RTA Cabinets storage for wine bottles and cookbooks, this one does it all — inspiring 23,000 people to save this image.Dennis Mayer - Photographer12. Hidden wine bar. More than 24,000 people like this small-space wine bar, which has racks for bottles, wineglass storage, counter space and a mini fridge for beer and water.13. Tall pantry with ladder. Saved to 15,000 ideabooks, this photo shows a tall food pantry that maximizes space by going vertical. A library ladder ensures that the shelves are reachable, while cute linen-lined baskets and a rustic brick floor reinforce the kitchen’s farmhouse feel.Magnolia Homes14. Open shelves. More than 11,000 Houzzers love this kitchen for its mix of wood and white, along with the subway tile, farmhouse sink and Solid Wood RTA Cabinets open shelving for regularly used items."