From daily silverware to large-sized utensils, cabinet drawers offer creative approaches to storing the essentials for dining and meal preparation. Look for knife holders, tiered drawers and angled dividers. Find what’s needed, when it’s needed.
What’s necessary for cooking can quickly devour storage space. That’s why today’s cabinets provide easy-to-access options for pots and pans of all sizes, large and small, along with the lids that cover them.
Cans, jars, utensils, dishes, tablecloths, and even art supplies — they vary size and use, but their accessibility is equally important. Cabinet storage understands this well and presents them with a simple pull.
Rollout trays come in varying choices, from one tray to multiple, with different heights and depths. The possibilities can seem endless (maybe they are). It’s all within reach, and so are the items being tucked away.
Exposed plumbing under the sink presents a challenge, as does the sheer number of items often compiled in this area. Luckily, options abound for nearly every consideration. Sink organization is no longer a myth.
A variety of spices may be used when preparing a meal. Not being able to reach them quickly and easily is a recipe for disaster. That’s not a concern with choices of drawer organizers, pullouts and pulldowns.
Creating trash is inevitable, but so it the desire to hide it. Whether needing one bin or multiple (separating waste from recyclables), there’s a solution that can even make trash pullouts part of an eye-pleasing design.
Cabinets can be as distinct as the room in which they reside, because what’s demanded of them is unique. From storing small appliances, wine bottles, coffee K-cups, or files and folders… cabinets showcase why they’re special.