By Anna Kocharian

Published on June 5, 2016

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City-dwellers are all too familiar with kitchens that come with an inconvenient number of stipulations – number one: a lack of closed cabinets. Here, 10 things every cabinet-less kitchen should have. Take a look.

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Utilize a kitchen cart to house an assortment of items from plates and flatware to cookbooks and spice jars.

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Group similarly-sized items and countertop appliances to achieve a more cohesive aesthetic within the room.

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Embrace open shelving Bring in a streamlined shelf with a similar open concept as an additional source for storage.

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Think of this as the kitchen’s version of a gallery wall Fill an empty wall with floating shelves, spice racks, and various decorative storage vessels.

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Tiered baskets fastened from the ceiling provide a versatile source for storage, often reserved – though not limited to – fruits and veggies.

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A decorative ladder doubles as storage for clunky pots and pans, conveniently situated aside the stove.

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Upcycle canisters or jars to hold frequently used cooking essentials, set aside the stove for convenience.

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Deck a free wall with rows of towel rods, paired with vessels to hold miscellaneous items and cutlery.

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A lack of drawers in the kitchen means getting creative with storing cooking utensils. Install a pegboard paired with hooks, to house everything from cutlery to cutting boards.

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Transfer pantry staples into uniform canisters to openly display on the counter.