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6. Think outside the cabinet. Aside from the obvious upper and lower cabinets, try utilizing a wall for added storage of everyday items. These can be hung from hooks, baskets or floating shelves for easy access. This kitchen storage solution is also a great way to show off decorative tilework or bricks that otherwise might be covered by bulky cabinets. Marcus DiPietro, Architect
7. Create continuity. As open floor plans become more and more popular, kitchens often can be seen from the rest of the living area. While the solutions already discussed will help your kitchen stay cleaner and more organized, there are still those bulky large appliances to consider. Many appliances today come with an integrated-panel option, though it will cost you more. Hiding your appliances with panels will create a continuous, clean look throughout your space without breaking up the visual flow. Divine Design+Build
8. Let the light shine. Cooking and cleaning in the kitchen requires good lighting. While natural light is always nice, mounting undercabinet lights will help you find what you need, especially at night. You can also buy LED light strips that can be added to the inside of your cabinets and drawers.