6 original ways to store your dishes

6 original ways to store your dishes

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The dishes overflowing from your cupboards? First option: do a little sorting! Second option: reorganize the layout of your kitchen! Varying the ways of storing your dishes can be an opportunity to enhance your pretty services, better arrange your cutlery or even reinvest furniture or spaces left abandoned. We try ? Here are some tips to help you!


Original and economical: these are the advantages of storage in baskets or wicker baskets! Plan one for cutlery which will be collected in bulk but also for small accessories for which there is never any space: ramekins, egg cups, tea balls ... If your kitchen is really cramped, a tip: put the baskets in height so that they do not invade your other storage surfaces.

Crates or baskets can accommodate bulk dishes, neither seen nor known.

A vintage display case

It's the trend of the moment, both chic and bohemian: restore and divert a vintage display case to store your prettiest plates, bowls and cups. If you do not have the soul of a bargain hunter and do not plan to survey the garage sales to find the ideal model, know that it is easy to find new ones of retro inspiration or unearth vintage showcases restored in flea markets.

A wall shelf

Thin, practical but solid if it is made of solid wood, the wall shelf has this great advantage of being able to slide almost everywhere in height and therefore to create a storage surface in the blink of an eye. You can hang it above the door frame to store your cutlery in jars and your water jugs. If you have several shelves below each other, the monochrome effect can provide a great decorative touch. For example, you paint your shelves blue or white and have plates, bowls, cups, salad bowls only of the same color.

We have fun hanging the elements using shelves, coat hooks or a credenza

A service

It is the ally of our cuisine. This space-saving piece of furniture on casters is used to sneaking around. Sometimes small appliances such as a coffee maker or microwave are placed there. Let us give it back its letters of nobility by opting for a model full of cachet in stainless steel on which you can put all your stemware for example (wine glasses, cocktail glasses, champagne flutes ...). You will be able to slide your service directly into the living room or the dining room when you receive guests.

A credenza

It is a storage space that is often overlooked and which can nevertheless prove to be your best friend in your quest for order and your development desires! Add rails and hooks to your backsplash to hang any large pots or large cutlery. You can also hang small baskets for small items of cutlery.


Do not dream, it is the height of chic! To put away your dishes, you might as well take them! By opting for open, practical and efficient storage. Invest in a pretty large and large solid wood bookcase that will enhance your plates, dishes, salad bowls and cups. A more modern and offbeat version of the traditional dresser.

What if the living room library accommodates our dishes?