10 Sneaky Ways to Instantly Gain Extra Counter Space
If you feel strongly about keeping all of your most-frequently-used items out and visible (instead of stashed behind cabinet doors) but don't have counter space to waste, add a level of shelves on your backsplash to store those items. See more at The House Diaries »
Counter space in a small kitchen is a precious, precious thing — and this savvy solution means you can keep all of your fruit and go-to ingredients at the ready without taking over your chopping station. See more at The Kitchn »
Additional Kitchen Storage and Counter Space - an unused dresser with missing drawers is updated with a coat of paint and is now the perfect, inexpensive storage option. This is a great fix for a renter and when you move, you take it with you - Heir and Space: An Antique Dresser Turned Kitchen Island
8 Ways to Create Extra Counter Space in a Tiny Kitchen — Tiny Kitchen Solutions
Lack of counter space is up there in terms of tiny-kitchen frustrations. Even if you've KonMari-ed your kitchen and tucked all your usual space-hogging suspects away, it's possible you'll still come up short. Still, it's easier than you might think to increase your work surface area. Here are eight solutions in order of difficulty from super simple to more involved (read: some degree of handiness required).