Storing Appliances in a Tiny Kitchen

I have a tiny kitchen which lacks cabinet and counter space, which we are working on adding in the future. For now, I put the electric skillet, toaster, juicer, and popcorn maker on top of the fridge. It looks tidy and I keep my step stool by the fridge. It freed up some cabinet space, since they are mostly large items, and keeps what little counter space I have empty.


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October 21, 20140 found this helpful

Here is a picture. Had one with original post, it disappeared too.

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November 4, 20140 found this helpful

Great idea for using otherwise dead space. You've got my vote! :)

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November 5, 20140 found this helpful

Kind of funny, my other house was 960 sq. feet upstairs, but had a big kitchen. Our house we live in now is twice as large but the kitchen tiny, but we went ahead and bought it because it has a large dining room.


If there was not a dining room, I could not deal with a tiny kitchen.

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July 8, 20150 found this helpful

Perhaps the lesser used appliances could go into the upper shelf of a closet.

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