Cutting Board Storage Ideas
Currently using this in the kitchen, and I feel like it makes the countertop look cleaner, even though it does take up more space than simply standing all of the cutting boards up together. If you're limited on space, this isn't the best of ideas.
Behind the Door Storage: Cutting Board Rack You can make this nifty, inexpensive rack and mount it inside a cabinet door to stash your cutting board out of sight. It goes together in a snap since it only requires a 6-ft. 1×2 and two L-brackets.
Not all storage belongs behind closed doors. Make oft-used items easy to find and access when you outfit the food-prep side of an island with affordable add-ons: bars for tea towels and paper towels, as well as a repurposed wire bin to house cutting boards and rolling pins.
Storage Ideas for Small Kitchens. Maximize every inch of space in your small kitchen with these easy storage and organization ideas. Save Item. Send to a Friend Print. Put Pots and Pans in Their Place. When you're working in a small kitchen, capitalize on storage space with easy-to-install
[ The Mocubo Storage Cutting Board ]: Chop chop! It's time to take food preparation to the next level. Mocubo is a bamboo cutting board with three food prep containers. You'll be able to slice, dice and organize like a master chef, without breaking a sweat. Take your stuff off the board and store it in a jiffy.
Cutting boards can be found in any kitchen, and if you cook a lot you most likely have several of them. Heavy and sturdy or thin and discreet, you can simply store your cutting boards in a drawer. But sometimes there are much better ways to store them. Here are some custom and commercial solutions