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Kitchen Organization Ideas You Will Love


When it comes to creating your dream kitchen there are a lot style options to choose from. As the architect we want your kitchen to be functional as well as beautiful. Living in the space has to feel comfortable, easy and organized.

Here are some kitchen organization ideas you’ll love and want!


Easy to use and easy to hide appliances:

Designating space in your kitchen island for those bulky appliances you only use a few times a month is the perfect way to keep your countertops clutter free and your appliances easy to access.

Organized Dinnerware & Silverware:

Gone are the days of stacking dishes in your cabinets or leaving your knife set on the counter. This pullout dinnerware drawer and custom utensil drawer is the perfect way to organize your plates and cutlery and to keep them safe.


No walk-in pantry? No problem!

Thoughtful design is important when designing your kitchen space. Creating a space saving pullout pantry is ideal for kitchens with limited room. The dreams of your walk-in pantry can become a reality with creative design!


Use Your Island:

Take advantage of the space under your kitchen island. It’s the perfect way to organize the items you use for entertaining and cooking – and it’s hidden from view with the close of a door.

Creating your dream kitchen doesn’t have to be an overwhelming experience. We are with you from the initial design to the finished space.

See something you love? Let’s talk about how we can make it happen for you!

www.LisaCarlisleArchitect.com

(401) 560-0850

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Lisa Carlisle Architect, Rhode Island Architect, Coastal Architect

34 Narragansett Avenue, Jamestown, RI 02835  |  (401) 560-0850  |  lcarlisle@LisaCarlisleArchitect.com

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