With these 11 tips, even the tiniest of kitchens can fully accommodate your needs. If you can’t tear down walls to add more shelves and cabinets, look to these ideas to make the most of your kitchen storage options.

With these 11 tips, even the tiniest of kitchens can fully accommodate your needs. If you can’t tear down walls to add more shelves and cabinets, look to these ideas to make the most of your kitchen storage options.

Re-do honey oak (wooden or laminate) cabinets or furniture with "General Finishes Java Gel Stain" (absolutely NO substitutions for this brand!) No brushing! Wipe gel stain and gel poly on with men's white sock.

Staining Oak Cabinets an Espresso Finish {FAQ’s}

Re-do honey oak (wooden or laminate) cabinets or furniture with "General Finishes Java Gel Stain" (absolutely NO substitutions for this brand!) No brushing! Wipe gel stain and gel poly on with men's white sock.

Pick up these crates at Michaels for about $4. Stain or paint. Add a pair of shelve racks from Home Depot and voila...you have an attractive storage unit for towels or anything else that requires easy access.  (note: Reinforce the crate by securing with screws through the wood into the wall.)

Pick up these crates at Michaels for about $4. Stain or paint. Add a pair of shelve racks from Home Depot and voila...you have an attractive storage unit for towels or anything else that requires easy access. (note: Reinforce the crate by securing with screws through the wood into the wall.)

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