Add Spice To Your Kitchen With Built-In Rack

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I have a kitchen conundrum. Storage space is minimal in my loft, especially in the kitchen area. One of the things I really need? A spice rack. I’ve been searching for wall-mounted varieties to add to my wedding registry, but I stumbled across this built-in solution via Dwell’s Twitter feed and found myself wishing I could do the same!


Architectural designer Chris Greenawalt and his wife, Danielle, renovated the kitchen within their Boston brownstone almost immediately after relocating from Seattle. Chris opted to install standard Ikea cabinets, and when a gap between the cabinets presented itself, Chris decided to transform the elevated space into an eye-catching spice rack.
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The rack’s height may be an issue for those of us who aren’t super tall, but in this kitchen, a built-in library ladder solves the problem.
What are your thoughts on the built-in spice rack? And how do you store spices in your kitchen?
Photos courtesy of Dwell

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