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3. Undermount sink. If you really want to save every possible inch, go with a small, single-bowl, undermount sink. You’ll eke out a smidgen more workspace on the counter beside the sink, because the edges of the sink will be concealed.
4. Wall-mounted storage. Have a slender bit of blank wall? Don’t just hang up a calendar or artwork — make the most of the available space by mounting rows of racks on the wall from floor to ceiling. Cheap White Kitchen Cabinets Drape towels over a bar, use S-hooks to hang kitchen tools and install a magnetic knife rack.
The same idea works equally well for pots and pans — don’t stop at one row; use all of the space you have! And notice that in both Cheap White Kitchen Cabinets of these photos, the homeowners painted the storage wall black (chalk paint would be nice too), which makes the arrangement feel more intentional and hides scuff marks.
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