• 6 burrda2000: I have an in-drawer knife tray from J.K. Adams that I love. It's very low profile so it will fit my shallow utensil drawer. it will hold 6 large knives and 6 steak knives and a steel. It's a great wedding/housewarming gift too. ... I also have one of their "wave" style in-drawer trays but it's thicker and won't fit my favorite drawer. I have it in a "storage" drawer with rarely used cheese knives etc. in it.
• 7 Jeni_Rae: I use a "Kapoosh" brand knife block. It fits all sizes and shapes of knives. And is fun to say.
• 8 sierracreek: My Corian counter has a cut out for my knives. It involved having the cabinet designer leave space between the refrigerator and the lower cabinets for the knives to descend and a cut out in the Corian fabrication. I love that is takes very little counter space and keeps knives accessible.
• 9 art in Chicago: I used to have one of those magnetic strips from Ikea for storing knives and it was great. Now I have a wooden knife holder which also serves as a design feature on my backsplash. (See more here.)
• 10 Mike: I saw this Vivaterra knife block a long time ago, but couldn’t justify spending $90 on a box of bamboo skewers. As with many things, my first reaction was, “I could make that.” However, I never did. Fast forward 3 or 4 years: I was visiting one of my favorite hardware stores, Harbor Freight. In that kitchen section….a very familiar (if ugly) knife block for only 13 bucks! After some woodshop work and staining the wood to a rich, dark color, I got the elegant knife block I was looking for. See how I did it here.
• 11 & 12 ArlingtonEric: We have a beautiful marble-topped wheeled kitchen island (which conveniently doubles the amount of countertop workspace in our small kitchen) that has slots for seven knives on one side. Super-convenient and attractive to boot.
Thank you to everyone who sent a photo! And again, if you want to submit your own knife storage photos, send a message here.