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11 Kitchen Storage Tricks to Steal from the Bathroom

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by Julie Carlson last modified Jul 28, 2014

From towel bars to medicine cabinets repurposed as spice cabinets to recessed soap niches, here are 11 ideas for tidying up the kitchen. Above: A medicine cabinet over the kitchen sink provides storage for dish soap, sponges, and sink accessories in a renovated German farmhouse. Photograph by Benjamin Antony Monn for the New York Times . Above: Martha Stewart uses a wall-mounted soap dish to store kitchen brushes (see more at 15 Life-Changing Storage Ideas for the Kitchen ). Above: A soap niche in a tiled backsplash provides a handy storage spot. Photograph by Nicole Franzen . Above: In a Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, kitchen by Elizabeth Roberts of Ensemble Architects , a shower-like niche provides off-the-counter storage. Photograph by Dustin Aksland . Above: A mirrored cabinet in Alistair Hendy's kitchen (see more at Revolution Road: A Groundbreaking Kitchen in London ). Photograph by Matthew Williams for Remodelista. Above: A wall-mounted schoolroom soap holder in the Flanders, New York, kitchen of Dean Isidro (see more at Vote for the Best Kitchen in the Remodelista Considered Design Awards/Amateur Category ). For sourcing ideas, go to Design Sleuth: Pro Ven Di Revolving Soap Holder . Above: In a kitchen in Visby, Sweden, by Leva Husfabrik, towel bars double as drawer pulls (see more at Design Sleuth: Towel Bars as Drawer Pulls ).   Above: A wall-mounted soap dispenser in the kitchen of Alina Preciado of Dar Gitane  via the Kitchn . (for something similar, consider the Chrome Wall-Mounted Soap Dispenser  from Habitat). Above: Kristan Cunningham and Scott Jarrell, owners of Los Angeles design firm Hammer and Spear , added a bathroom-like mirror to their kitchen to make it feel roomier. Photograph by Jessica Sample for Lonny . Above: In a Shaker-inspired kitchen in London by DeVol, a pulley-system drying rack (often used in English bathrooms and laundry rooms) provides an over-the-range venue for tea towels and kitchen accessories. See more at A Shaker-Inspired Kitchen in London  and Object Lessons: The Sheila Maid Clothes Airer . Above: Chinese apothecary drawers in a rustic kitchen. For more inspiration, browse our Kitchen Gallery , and have a look at our Trend Alert posts  11 Kitchen Islands Gone Glamorous  and 10 Kitchens with Brass Accents .   More Stories from Remodelista Current Obsessions: International Intrigue Table of Contents: Urban Escape The New Dutch Modernism






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