Inspired: Added Kitchen Storage

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Add extra storage to your home with these products

The kitchen is arguably the most hardworking space in your home — it’s a recipe-testing place, family command center, and general hangout spot. Bring extra storage into your space with a few kitchen storage solutions.

COUNTERTOP STORAGE (LEFT TO RIGHT):

The items that live on your countertop aren’t just functional. Since they live out in the open, if thoughtfully selected, they can bring loads of style to your kitchen. If you’re looking to inject your space with a vintage feel, opt for a set of hammered copper canisters. For a more ornate, formal look, we love the Old Dutch Antique Embossed Victoria canisters with their leafy design and pewter finish. If your kitchen is channeling a more modern style, consider the Polder stainless steel canister set.

POT STORAGE (LEFT TO RIGHT):

A pot rack is a great way to free up cabinet space, leaving your cabinets to store more food and cookware since they aren’t filled with sauté pans and stock pots. Choose a ceiling-mount pot rack, like the Old Dutch Oiled Bronze Dome or the Old Dutch Satin Copper rack if you have a center island. Go for a wall-mount pot rack if you have a galley kitchen, like the shelf wall mount stainless steel rack.

WINE STORAGE (LEFT TO RIGHT):

If you’re a wine collector or just like to have a few bottles on hand for unannounced guests, vertical storage can do wonders for keeping fragile bottles off countertops. We love the quirky design of the Epicureanist Abstract Wine Rack. If you have space for a small island, consider a wooden counter-height wine rack that can double as a work space, like the Winsome Wood Antique Walnut Wine Rack. If wall space is something you can spare, a vertical wall-mount wine rack can turn a few bottles into a functional focal point.

Inspired is an editorial curation of products from homedepot.com and our sister site, Home Decorators Collection – along with irresistible finds from around the web.

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