Do you have a lot of food storage containers taking up space in your kitchen? Are you looking for some interior design inspiration to help you organize and store your food more efficiently? If so, then you have come to the right place! We will provide tips on how to utilize every inch of space in your kitchen, as well as ideas for where to store your food containers. Let’s get started!

1) A classic bowl…

Have you ever thought of the different uses of a bowl are? Could just be for displaying your seasonal décor in any room. but, in the kitchen, it is often used as a fruit bowl. It certainly isn’t wasted space if you are using it to show something off that you love to eat. Keep one on the kitchen island, as a handy to reach snack bowl.

2) Traditional Egg Storage…

Eggs are best eaten at room temperature and there is no better way than to store them in a cute little country scene egg house.. It will always put a smile to your face when you go to get the eggs for cooking your protein breakfast in the morning. It may take up a small amount of counter space, but this little house, looks really good.

3) A unique drink dispenser…

This is a great way to have drinks for a party, or everyday use and not take up a lot of space on the counter. you can put the whole bottle in the fridge to chill before your need it and it’s easy to set up and you can see how much liquid is left in the bottle. When it’s time to change the drink, simply unscrew the top, pour out the old drink and rinse it. Has a lovely vintage vibe to it and holding 8 litres, so you can be sure you won’t run out at a party.

4) Tea, Coffee and Sugar dispensers…

You need to store your coffee and tea along with the sugar, somewhere where it is easy to reach at a moments notice, and don’t those thirsty moments come all too often in a day. There are a few varieties to choose from, country copper tones or the traditional ceramic jars, all of which bring in that decor to your kitchen that compliments it. Storing you Tea, Coffee and sugar on the work top helps to free up a bit of cupboard space. These would also look nice on a display of open shelving, which is in an easy to reach area near your kettle.

5) Wooden spice rack…

With 12 spice pots and 3 drawers underneath, this little extra storage can compliment your pantry to house your spices and maybe store those extra sachets of spices that collect up, in the little drawers. you can get spice racks that fit on the inside of cupboard doors or pull out storage racks for ease of use if you like your spices to be tucked away.

6) The ultimate biscuit jar…

Who doesn’t love that biscuit jar sitting out waiting for the little mouths to be filled. Keep a biscuit jar on your open shelving area to free up more space on the worktop, but please don’t put this in the cupboard where it can’t be seen! Biscuits are for eating, so why not display this biscuit jar using only a small amount of countertop space, but complimenting your decor to welcome those visitors.

7) Cutting boards…

These can happily be on display or hidden away inside a cupboard. Storing them in a small space, with the pots and pans or using wall space, are all ideas on how to store your cutting boards. It probably does depend on whether you have colour matching chopping boards to go with your decor or a natural wood finish, you just need to decide whether you want them on display but make sure they are easy to reach and easily accessible because you are probably going to be using these every day.

8) A utensil pot…

This is another item that you are going to be using every day so it needs to be easily accessible. Storing your utensils in a pot on the work surface near the cooker or hob is probably the most convenient place for them. If you have a lot of utensils, then you may want to consider storing them in a drawer.

9) Containers

Storage containers are pantry staples for storing all those dry food ingredients. You can buy them as stackable or just nice storing pots. For storing food in these type of containers, they do need to be air tight and easy access to them so cooking can be fun. Storage containers come in all sorts of sizes and types of material, so you are sure to find some that serve you well whether it needs to be on narrow shelves or in kitchen cabinets, they will fit.

10) Utensil Hanging Rail

A Utensil hanging rail creates extra counter space because you are lifting the utensil off your work surface. It uses the vertical space very well and also freeing up cabinet space. So this one really sounds like a great idea. Store you kitchen roll, knives, staring spoons etc all along this easy to reach rail.

11) Glass Jars

If you’re looking for a way to show off your collection of herbs and spices, glass jars are the answer. You can store them in a cupboard or on a windowsill, and they’ll look great either way. Plus, they’re easy to grab when you need them while you are cooking. Glass jars an also give character to an existing space and help with all you kitchen organization.

You want your kitchen to be both functional and beautiful and these food storage ideas are a great way to achieve that goal. By utilizing some of these tips, you can turn your food storage from an eyesore to a design feature in your home. There are so many other smart storage ideas for the kitchen and you can use your imagination when using vertical storage, either to utilize the space inside cupboards or on pantry sliding doors, you can come up with as much storage space as you need. Happy organising!