My three cast iron skillets are my most-used kitchen items. One of the skillets used to belong to my grandmother, which means the interior is super smooth (great for eggs). Because I use them so often, I keep my pans right on my stovetop, but that's certainly the least exciting way to store them, as evidenced by the setups in these 10 kitchens:
Store your cutting board under your cupboard and save precious cabinet space with this Pull Out Chopping Block. The Hide-Away Kit mounts beneath any kitchen cabinet 14inch or wider and provides an innovative way to store your kitchen board. The Pull Out Board features a steel frame that mounts beneath your cabinet wit
When it comes to pantry organization, it’s out with the old and in with the new with these tips from @apttherapy guaranteed to tidy up your space. Start by tossing out any snacks that are passed their prime. Then, keep all your favorite goodies in their places and within reach by storing them in airtight, labeled containers or wire mesh baskets. Extra points for allowing only one row of jars on each shelf.
A built-in banquette is flanked by tall glass cabinets for storing dishes and glassware, while a trio of chairs provides more seating on the other side of the table. A large contemporary art piece brings in a splash of color and rounds out the space.