Maximize available space with these smart, hardworking cabinet interiors.
Stop rummaging under the sink trying to find your dishwasher soap and countertop cleaner. Instead, give them a permanent, easy-to-access home with other cleaning essentials.
Those odd little spaces in cabinetry that tend to appear next to appliances can be put to good use by slipping in a pullout towel bar for dish towel storage and drying.
Two for one
Rather than simply set a trash can inside a lower cabinet, invest in a slide-out rack that can hold one or more bins. It’ll make fast work of sorting trash and recycling.
Don’t risk leaving sharp objects on your countertop. A cutting board and knife storage built into one drawer keep cutlery safely in place.
Stand mixers are tough to stow in lower cabinetry because of their size, weight, and awkward shape. Built-in lifters do the work for you, easily raising and lowering the small appliance.
These sneaky pull-outs are custom features that blend with cabinetry and squeeze small or slim items (spices are a perfect example) into often-unused space.
Split the difference
Serving platters, trays, and baking sheets are tough to store and organize, but vertical separators slipped into an open cabinet let you divide and conquer.
Make the most of cavernous corner cabinets with tiered extendable shelves. They’re available in new cabinetry designs as well as retrofit systems for existing cabinets.
A pegboard bottom and repositionable dividers let you configure drawer storage to fit your dinnerware perfectly. It works great for pots and pans, too.