I built a hidden spice rack in my kitchen – it's more organized than my messy cabinets, you wouldn't know they're there | The Sun

I built a hidden spice rack in my kitchen – it's more organized than my messy cabinets, you wouldn't know they're there | The Sun

AN interior designer has revealed his upgrade to his kitchen.

He added a hidden spice rack to the space for an elevated cabinet look.

Marco (@want.zamora), a Los Angeles-based interior designer, shared the kitchen makeover with over 480,000 TikTok followers.

He explained that he had already added a large art piece to his kitchen to elevate the space but wanted to take it one step further.

"Last week I added this huge art piece in order to hide my microwave and you guys came up with the incredible idea to add a spice rack to this empty space," he said, gesturing to the extra wall space under his microwave.

He opened his cabinets to reveal his overflowing spices.

The designer turned to just two products to help him create the spice rack, a 20-jar spice rack, and some spice bottles.

"I bought some affordable spice bottles off Amazon — when these first came in, they smelled so bad," he joked.

After giving the bottles a deep clean, he filled them up with spices.

"The kit came with a funnel which was super helpful and also came with labels for literally any spice you can think of," he said.

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Using the spice rack, he mounted it to the wall and added the spices.

"And just like that, I have an organized spice rack that I can hide at any time," he said.

People took to the comments to share their thoughts.

"This is so creative," said one commenter.

"Now you need more spices," said another.


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