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Kitchen Storage Projects That Create More Space

These 5 projects will create more space in your cabinets. You can unlock hidden storage space in your kitchen by opening up the hard-to-get-at corners, nooks and crannies of your cabinets. Squeeze more space from deep base cabinets and corner cabinets and add versatile new features to old cabinets.
  • Kayle Hayes

    DIY Swing Down Cookbook Holder

  • Nicole Mraz

    DIY swing-down cookbook rack (Family #kitchen design ideas #kitchen decorating #kitchen interior design| http://kitchendesignsaz857.blogspot.com

  • Emilie Sullivan

    DIY cook book holder. This site also has a few other great kitchen storage ideas.

  • Marketing @ Commodore

    Swing down cookbook rack! 20+ Amazing DIY Kitchen Storage Ideas

  • Cheresa

    IDEA: pull down cook book, More Kitchen Inspiration « Rick and Susie Build a House

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