One of the best first steps of organization is making a plan. Interior kitchen cabinet space can vary depending on many factors such as box construction, thickness of materials, and whether they are framed or frameless cabinets.
Once you have a better sense of the space you have to work with, step 2 is to make a list of the items you want to store away. Grouping the items into themes such as “baking”, “appliances”, or “cleaning” can go a long way.
For example, whether you have a cabinet for a farmhouse sink or a standard sink base, you’ll find your storage options below may vary. This is also a great time to assess what you reach for daily, monthly, or only when guests come over.
Base cabinets offer significant storage space because they are typically deeper than wall cabinets. As a result, there are many options to accommodate common storage needs.