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Contemporary housing often means limited space, and with more and more of us becoming part of Generation Rent, finding smart ways to make the most of what we’ve got is more important than ever. Saving space doesn’t have to mean denying yourself essentials and extras, though. We’ve selected some of our favourite products for minimising clutter and maximising space in what’s often the busiest room in the house: the kitchen

Ingenious cookware

The clever folk at Tefal have come up with Ingenio, the ultimate in flexible cookware. With patented detachable handles, you can take these pans from hob to oven to table and beyond, reducing the need for an excess of vessels and containers. And as if that’s not handy enough, the pans all nest neatly within each other, saving up to 40% more space than traditional cookware. Ingenio indeed.

Order, order

Exclusive to us, Joseph Joseph’s CounterStore worktop organiser has to be the ultimate in kitchen neatness. With two utensil holders and a non-scratch knife slot, it’s ideal for keeping essentials within easy reach while still keeping your counters clutter free. With non-slip feet to keep it in place, the CounterStore also comes with a chopping board that’s easily stored within the unit. You go, Jo-Jo.

Cutlery: sorted

Ever find your cutlery drawer overflowing? You might already have a cutlery tray, but do you have an expanding cutlery tray? This simple twist on a kitchen staple from InterDesign creates extra storage space in an instant, expanding widthways to fit both cutlery and utensils with utmost ease. 

In the bin

Joseph Joseph have done it again, this time in bin form. The Titan bin definitely lives up to its name, with the ability to hold up to three times more waste than a similar sized bin. How is that possible? The innovative compaction system of the bin condenses your rubbish to a shadow of its former self, holding up to 90 litres after compaction. That means maximum space, less need for emptying and fewer bin liners. That’s what we call a result. 

Essential utensils

Simple solutions often prove to be the most efficient, and our House by John Lewis utensil set makes for easy storage and durability. With a slotted turner, spoon, slotted spoon and spaghetti server all with handy hangers, you can keep these essentials out of drawers if you need to, and instead hang them within reach of where you prep and serve your meals.