When it comes to updating an apartment kitchen, there is no better way to put every investment dollar than into storage. While having modern and efficient appliances as well as a good layout is important, many of today’s apartment tenants want places to store their items. Providing better storage – not just more of it – can make a big difference to renters. And, with a good amount of storage available in the apartment, it may be easier to rent out the space to today’s Millennials. But, how and where can you improve storage options in your kitchen?
Cabinetry in apartments tends to be the first step in adding storage. Instead of choosing smaller units, select cabinetry that’s larger. Look for slightly more depth and height. You’ll find that apartment kitchens with added height in the cabinetry is going to provide your renters with that extra space they want and need.
In addition to this, try to focus on fewer specialized cabinets. While having a pull out spice rack or using that small space next to the stove for a smaller cabinet is wise, don’t focus on cabinetry that’s very focused for the standard cabinetry area. Instead of plate holders and in-place sorting tools, keep these larger cabinets open for any use. This makes it easier for your renters to get more use out of that space.
Where else can you add storage to an apartment kitchen? Be creative and look for simple but highly functional ways to do this.