I've previously posted about some of these mods, but now I have photos:
The toilet room is really small so I relocated the toilet almost 3" back. I had to redo the plumbing underneath and the 2 squares of vinyl flooring in front of the toilet had to be patched (borrowed some from under the oven), but it was totally worth it. Much roomier now. An unintended side benefit is that there is now better access to the basement storage.
The tiny cubby at the door was way to small to be much good, so I gutted the cabinet, made a new face frame & put in some wire shelves to make a truly useful shoe rack.
With some of the plywood that I removed for the shoe rack, I made another spice shelf to go above the drawers. There was formerly a blank panel there.
The doors on the overhead shelves did not open all the way, only to couple of inches from the ceiling. By repositioning the spring loaded openers I was able to get doors to open all the way to the ceiling. It is now much easier to access stuff in there.
I also installed JT Strongarm stabilizers, but I don't have photos of those. They are a great product and work as advertised. The instructions are very well written & easy to understand.