5 Unique Ways To Customize Your Kitchen Cabinets
Are you building your dream kitchen, and you are getting close to picking out the cabinetry that you want? If so, you'll want to keep the following ideas in mind that make your kitchen cabinets unique.
Everyone is used to having a spice rack on their countertop, but a new kitchen gives you the opportunity to hide them away. A simple option includes a spice drawer insert that goes into an existing drawer, and holds the spices at an angle that makes them easier to grab. For a more unique option, you can install a pull out spice rack that takes up a thin section of cabinets so that you can see and reach all of your spices.
Do you have a very large and heavy mixer that normally takes up a lot of counter space? You can hide this away with a mixer stand. The mixer pulls out of a cabinet on a flat platform, which comes up to countertop level and floats over the floor. You'll get to work with your mixer with some extra space while keeping the countertops free for prep work.
Blind Pull Out Drawers
Have a corner cabinet that would normally cause you to lose storage space? You can use a blind pull out drawer to reach that hard to access area. A blind pull out drawer works by having two sets of drawers that sit next to each other, but you must pull out one drawer to reach the other behind it. It's a great way to make use of the space when you can't install a lazy Susan corner cabinet.
Your utensil drawer will need something to separate all of the forks, knives, and spoons. Rather than buy a cheap plastic insert to put them all in, you can get a custom insert designed for the specific size of the drawer. It is the best way to maximize your storage space for utensils, and will look much nicer than something you buy at a store just to get the job done.
Tilt Out Drawers
Those spaces in front of the cabinets are often covered with fake panels because you cannot put a full drawer in its place. However, it is possible to install a tilt out drawer that will give you some additional storage for things that you use at the sink. A plastic insert can ensure that your sponges do not leak water against your new wood cabinetry.
For more information on your options, including Ultracraft cabinetry choices, contact a cabinet supplier today.