Updated: Oct 29, 2020
Let's talk about storage! Image living in a 700 square-foot condo in downtown Atlanta. You have sweeping views of the city skyline, 5-minutes to Piedmont Park, and a 5-minute walk to the local grocer. Life is good, right? Right. The only downside is the size of the kitchen. After all, you're a up-and-coming famous chef and a chef needs a chef kitchen!
That's where storage comes into play. Making the most of the layout and finding creative ways to maximize space can go a long way when you're short on space.
Whether you have a small condo or a large spacious kitchen, the sink wall typically will have the same necessary accessories. Accessories such as the pull-out trash, the 2-tier utensil tray and in this case, the Lazy Susan, offer essential storage components to any kitchen.
Picture it, you're standing at the prep wall preparing to make your mother's famous apple pie and to save on counter space you will pop up your mixer from the base cabinet and now you're thinking how convenient it is to have all of your baking needs in the near by cabinets.
This food storage wall is also housing cleaning supplies, pull out food storage and even more drawer space with various accessories. Two cooks can work very well with the organization and layout of this kitchen. There are containers for baking and cooking or for arts and crafts. A wall of this size could definitely accommodate a small catering business that operates from the home. There are endless possibilities with these accessories and storage options.
Accessories are necessary for proper functionality. Nothing like starting the day with everything in place and ready to be of service.