This week’s post is an oldie but goodie. I say that because I did this project months ago, but it’s still just as organized and satisfying as it was the first day. Everyone loves an organized kitchen, right?
I’m not sure how people stored their pots and pans before cabinets and pantries were a thing, but there was 0 amount of space in my sister’s split-level, 1970’s home. We were walking around Lowe’s a few months ago, trying to figure out what to do, and BOOM. I love it when an idea just comes to you! I actually remembering making a beeline for the pegboard section. Thank you, Pinterest, for always giving me new ideas and helping to inspire new ones!
(Admittedly, I did not spend the time organizing it out on the floor. My sister, Adrienne’s, art background helped her figure out the most aesthetically pleasing way to hang everything.)
This was one of my favorite projects because I love making a space that was once unbearable not only organized, but enjoyable to be in! The walls in the kitchen are staying white in hopes they will one day knock down those two walls, at which point the shelving and pegboard can be moved. So not only does this project add color, but it makes sense!
Writing about this project has led me to wonder how other people have dealt with little to no counter space and/or no pantry.
Do you or someone you know have a kitchen that has no workable counter space or pantry? How was that problem fixed (or was it)?