1. Hang pots overhead. Busy cooks need quick and easy access to their cookware. Get those pots and pans out of the cabinets and hang them overhead using a pot rack. Ceiling-mounted racks work well over kitchen islands or in another central location.
2. Keep a functional flow with movable storage. If you're tight on cabinet space, choose movable storage options. Rolling bar carts, such as those from Riverbend Home, give extra space to store items, can double as an island for food prep, and will roll out of the way as needed.
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