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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.

line your cabinet under the kitchen sink with peel and stick tile. Easy to wipe and helps cover already damaged cabinet bottom or helps to protect a new cabinet.

Utility Armoire = GENIUS! - Check legality in your are before proceeding - These clever homeowners repurposed a $20 yard sale purchase to hide their utility meters/hookups AND gained some attractive storage space in the bargain. (tutorial Shabby Glam blog)

Self Stick tiles for wire shelving. DUH! Genius. I hate my wire shelves! My stuff always falls through and tips over. for-the-home

from Good Housekeeping

20 Sneaky Storage Tricks for Tiny Kitchen

Get plastic wrap and aluminum foil out of the way by stowing them in a well-hidden magazine file.

Clever tank top storage. I’ve seen shower curtain rings used for a few things (scarves, purses and even hair elastics) but this is the first I’ve seen them used for tank tops. I think it’s a great way to free up space in a dresser drawer (no link)

Use little sponge holders for the kitchen sink to corral the little packets and odds and ends in the pantry. Adhere with 3M command strips.