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For just a small cookbook collection, you can consider adding a floating shelf somewhere around your cupboards. Look for unused space and see if there’s an area that could fit a small shelf. For example, this shelf from Beneath My Heart makes use of the small bit of space directly underneath one cupboard. Here’s another great example from Eat Well 101 that adds three floating shelves as opposed to cupboards — great for storing the microwave, a few accessories, and of course your cookbooks!
Speaking of kitchen renovating, you have to consider working a shelving area into your counters if possible! It’s perhaps one of the best ways to really maximize space. And the best part is that you don’t need huge counters to do it. This little shelving nook featured on BHG shows how you can get so much extra cookbook (and accessory) space just by turning the end of your counter into a storage area. You can make them as tall or as small as you want. This example from Home Bunch demonstrates how you can mix and match your shelves for bigger books and smaller food items or accessories. Have a look at this cool little wooden shelving unit from Contemporist that was built into a kitchen island, but looks as if you could pull it out and put it anywhere on its own! If your kitchen island or counters include cupboards and drawers, and putting shelves in at the end (on the side) isn’t an option, then why not swap out a small space to make room for shelving? This elegant looking island featured on Home Bunch did just that.