We all need more space, here are my top picks for more storage in your kitchen. As we get more and more appliances in our kitchen, we need to find clever and affordable options. So, with the readers’ help, we came up with these great 8 alternative uses for storage, and a couple below that are just great ideas for alternative kitchen space.
This is great if you have an apartment and limited space, you can simply roll out the kitchen cart when you are going o air fryer, and the shelves make it ideal for any air fryer accessories.
This is truly one of my favorites because it is so beautiful, but it doesn’t cost an arm and a leg, it has lots of room for storing air fryer pots and pans and a nice basket for cooking utensils, that come in handy when air frying, think tongs.
This is one of my personal favorites, because it has a granite top and a draw, and it’s on wheels, so if you are cramped on style, just wheel it out, when you are ready to air fry. If you have multiple appliances, the wire mesh basket can be removed to give you room for 2 appliances (one on top and one on the bottom)
This is the cart featured in my kitchen, during my live videos, Shelving Unit, by Amazon
This is the one I have, but as most of you know, by checking my about me page, I have MANY different air fryers, although I am donating a few after I test them. But if you have lots of appliances and have room for the rack in your house, it’s a great buy!
This is great if you are limited on storage in your kitchen and have multiple appliances or items that you want to place here.
This is a great option, since it folds up, but gives you a great option to open up and give you more storage. The butcher block top gives it a nice appearance, and the shelves provide great space for the storage of the accessories.
This is large enough to hold any air fryer oven, which are becoming more and popular these days.
These are a few alternative items, for storage. Many air fryer users have been using them, but a word of caution, check with your stove and air fryer manufacturing guidelines, as they could not be good or safe for your model (Word of Caution, as I want everyone to be safe)