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As many of you may know, it can be difficult to decide what type of kitchen storage to include in your new kitchen. We’ve included examples of many options from our portfolio of kitchen storage. If you would like more information about any one of these, give our designers a call at 212-995-0500, or visit our ample 10,000 square foot award winning showroom.

Even the smallest of spaces can be utilized for storage.

Open shelving with clear glass door inserts are great, but things must remain tidy if you want them to look nice.

Magic corner’s are a great option to get the most out of your kitchen space.

It’s not always recommended to do clear cabinet glass inserts. As another option, think about etched, or milk glass.

Built in cabinets are more than just a place for dishes and pots, think about the complete use of your kitchen space, book shelves, and wine storage are also great options if you have enough space to include them.

Woodgrain panels or real wood give a nice contrast to the clear glass inserts in your cabinets instead of just painted melamine.

Many kitchens feature lovely open shelving systems with decorative design accents to liven up your kitchen.

More use for support columns than just empty beams.

Undercounter storage, is also a great option if you don’t have room for upper cabinets or choose a sleeker more efficient look.

Everyone loves a hidden storage compartment that can be used for many things.

Mixed open and closed storage is a great idea that adds a nice aesthetic to a small space.

Everything has a place, and there is a place for everything.

Tall pull out storage cabinets are essential for keeping larger items close to hand.

Here is another version of the pull out storage cabinet.

This is a combination shelving magic corner pull out that is really effective for space utilization.

Light up interior cabinet storage is gaining popularity. With the addition of smaller led lighting systems that create very little heat, keeping things bright is always a good option.

Stainless steel and glass under counter storage make things easier to clean and they look sharp too.

Another great option are multiple pull out drawers hidden behind a built-in cabinet are great space savers.

Many options exist for open shelving limited only by the designers imagination.

Different size storage drawers are essential for containing all shapes of kitchen hardware.

Acid etched or sandblasted glass create depth in your cabinets without revealing all of your contents.

On-door storage is also a great use of space in addition to the standard options.

Lots of interesting solutions to storage to keep the space feeling open and accessible.

Multi-tiered storage options can be hidden away behind closed doors.

And finally the magic corner solutions that everyone loves.

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