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23 Blum Inspirations 0 1 0 4 0 7 0 2 0 5 0 8 0 3 0 6 0 9 Specif y your storage items Storage space requirements dif fer depending on the size of your household and lifest yle. What items do you want to store in your cab ­ inets and how big are they? Ever y cabinet should have a designated purpose. Use fewer units It ’s more ef ficient to equip cabinets and sideboards with a few wide pull- outs than lots of narrow ones. Drawer and cabinet sides take up space. The fewer you have, the more storage space you create. Invest in pull- outs Pull- outs allow you to use the entire depth of the cabinet for storage (in contrast to shelves). And if you use high drawer sides and a high back, you can easily stack items. Unlock hidden storage potential Under-sink space in k itchens and bathrooms is frequently lef t unused. Create additional storage for small utensils with the U-shaped sink pullout. Incorporate inner pull- outs Smaller inner pull- outs make ef ficient use of the space behind high fronted pull- outs. They’re ideal for keeping objects that would normally clut ter work tops. Use inner dividing systems Inner dividers adapted to storage items tidy up inter iors and provide clear visibilit y of contents. They make it easy to organise the lit tle and big things in life. Make the most of every nook and cranny When planning a k itchen, you might find yourself lef t with small gaps in awk ward areas. Narrow cabinets with widths star ting at just 20 cm create additional storage. For example for spices, bot tles or chop - ping boards. Provide easy access Deep drawers should have full extension. This will make it easy to access contents and allow you to make full use of the storage space. Pull-outs with a depth of up to 65 cm can be implemented with ease. Opt for spacious cabinets Ver y few homes today have a pantr y. No worr ies. A spacious larder unit will do the tr ick too. What ’s more, large cabinet solutions of this k ind also deliver organisation to other living areas.