City-dwellers are all too familiar with kitchens that come with an inconvenient number of stipulations - number one: a lack of closed cabinets. Here, 10 things every cabinet-less kitchen should have. Take a look.
White and Gold Ceramic Bowl
Ebru Marble Ceramic Bowl
photography by BONNIE SEN
Utilize a kitchen cart to house an assortment of items from plates and flatware to cookbooks and spice jars.
Dante Bar Cart
photography by PINTEREST
Group similarly-sized items and countertop appliances to achieve a more cohesive aesthetic within the room.
KitchenAid(R) Artisan Stand Mixer
pincher glass canister with lid
Small Glass Canister
Montana 96 oz. Acacia and Glass Jar
photography by BRITTA NICKEL
Embrace open shelving! Bring in a streamlined shelf with a similar open concept as an additional source for storage.
Cadence 1 Light Pendant
A-frame Shelving Unit - Waxed Alder
photography by BLOGLOVIN
Think of this as the kitchen's version of a gallery wall. Fill an empty wall with floating shelves, spice racks, and various decorative storage vessels.
The Emily & Meritt Wardrobe Rack
Ladder Wine Bottle Rack-Small
Gazette Magazine Rack
Mountain Teak Rack Small
photography by DESIGN SPONGE
Tiered baskets fastened from the ceiling provide a versatile source for storage, often reserved - though not limited to - fruits and veggies.
Libations Bar Cart
Old English Hanging Wall Planter
Station Wall Clock
Classic Wide Cutting Board
photography by THE KITCHN
A decorative ladder doubles as storage for clunky pots and pans, conveniently situated aside the stove.
Enamel Sauce Pan
FSC Teak Small Rectangular Cutting Board with Well
Upcycle canisters or jars to hold frequently used cooking essentials, set aside the stove for convenience.
John Boos Edge Grain Maple Cutting Board
Spun Planter Copper
Hand Carved Spoon Set
Deck a free wall with rows of towel rods, paired with vessels to hold miscellaneous items and cutlery.
One Light Semi-Flush Mount
Rorke Nickel 1.25"dia.x48"–88" Curtain Rod Set
Water Hyacinth Small Oval Basket
Small Wire Basket
photography by A BEAUTIFUL MESS
A lack of drawers in the kitchen means getting creative with storing cooking utensils. Install a pegboard paired with hooks, to house everything from cutlery to cutting boards.
Square Short Handle Cutting Board
photography by HOMETALK
Transfer pantry staples into uniform canisters to openly display on the counter.
Ocean Jar-Matte White
joyce bud vase
photography by THE LOVELY DRAWER