For kitchen remodels a lot of focus goes into what’s seen on the surface, and rightly so. Cabinets, appliances, countertops, paint colors — these are the big players that make your kitchen look the way it does. But oftentimes it’s the more subtle gestures that Shop Kitchen Cabinets will make your space truly functional and efficient. Pantry systems, pullout shelving, appliance garages, wall-mounted pegboards and more have long been popular kitchen storage ideas on Houzz, because they can take a gorgeous kitchen to the next level. But you might ask, “Yeah, but what’s that going to cost me?” With that in mind, here are 13 kitchen solutions to consider for your remodel or new construction — and how much they might set you back. "1. Pullout platter storage. Entertaining often means getting out the stepladder to grab an oversize platter from the upper reaches of a cabinet or wall. Edo Rosenberg of Kitchens by Meyer came up with this solution, which integrates a pullout compartment in the end of a kitchen island. It commands a lot of space — it’s 30 inches Shop Kitchen Cabinets wide and 24 inches deep — but houses large platters at arm’s reach in a divided, safe enclosure.
2. Countertop appliance garage. If you have enough countertop space, tucking away regularly used small appliances, such as a toaster or blender, in a dedicated space behind closed doors will allow you to keep your counter free of clutter and cords. Kayron Brewer of Studio K B designed this nifty niche to include an outlet and LED lights so all the small appliances can be used right where they are.
3. Corner drawers. Move over, Lazy Susan. You’re not the only clever solution Shop Kitchen Cabinets for corners anymore. Full-depth corner drawers are helping homeowners get the most out of tricky spaces.
4. Shallow rollout. Never let a deep drawer swallow up your holiday cookie cutters or cupcake papers again. This slim rollout hovers above another drawer, sharing the same drawer face and hardware.
5. Rollout drawer for cleaning supplies. How often have you knocked over three bottles of cleaning products stockpiled beneath your kitchen sink to reach the one you wanted in the back? Instead, consider Shop Kitchen Cabinets storing them in an easy-to-access steel rollout drawer with optional flexible magnetic organizer compartments for keeping them upright.
6. Pullout spice rack. Spice containers are usually a messy lot, getting knocked over in pantries and stuffed into wall-mounted racks that don’t easily accommodate different bottle sizes. Organizing them in a pullout spice rack that fits into your cabinetry will keep them in check.
7. End cabinet or island cookbook storage. The exposed end of a lower cabinet is a Shop Kitchen Cabinets great place for sneaking in some cookbook shelf space, as in this example. Dura Supreme CabinetryCookbook cabinets are typically 15 to 36 inches wide, Tramontin says. She adds that almost any cabinet can be used for cookbook storage if you omit or remove the cabinet door and finish the interior.
8. In-counter knife storage. If you don’t like the look of a freestanding knife block but want to keep knives close at hand, consider an in-counter knife slot. Austin, Texas, woodworker Shop Kitchen Cabinets Daniel Vos of DeVos Custom Woodworking says he custom makes these slots in new wood countertops that he also fabricates.
9. Walk-in pantry. A kitchen with a walk-in pantry gets high marks on most folks’ dream lists. You just need to have the room. In lieu of a true walk-in, some kitchens have a closet that’s often poorly designed with scores of fixed shelves that don’t fit larger items, while space is wasted by disorganized smaller items. A professional closet designer or kitchen designer can help optimize your storage capacity and Shop Kitchen Cabinets flexibility if you’re redoing or adding a pantry during a kitchen remodel.
10. Pantry system. If your kitchen can’t accommodate a walk-in pantry, consider a pantry system. Unfolding like origami, a pantry system offers unparalleled organization within a cabinet, so you’ll be able to find what you’re looking for quickly and easily. Many systems are available, with different configurations, heights and shelving options.
11. Library ladder. While a kitchen with lots of storage is usually seen as a good Shop Kitchen Cabinets thing, often the storage is above our heads and out of reach. A kitchen library ladder may be your stairway to organizational bliss. Made of wood or metal, traditional or contemporary, a library ladder can blend with almost any kitchen style. Ladders are either a removable hook type or a permanently attached rolling style. Many styles can even be pushed against the wall when not in use so they don’t become a Shop Kitchen Cabinets tripping hazard.
12. Backsplash storage. While many folks see a backsplash as an aesthetic part of their kitchen design, it can also be useful for easy-access storage of utensils, knives, cookware and dishes. Hanging bars, magnetic strips, shelving and even pot-filling faucets can help make the most of your kitchen backsplash.
13. Wall-mounted pegboard. Many homeowners have small kitchens with limited cabinet space. An unused wall, or even a portion of it, can be transformed into an efficient storage space. Wall-mounted pegboard protrudes minimally and is less likely to interfere with cabinet or refrigerator door swings. Pegboard Shop Kitchen Cabinets is also a great addition to a pantry space. You can cover as much or as little of the wall in pegboard as you desire — you can even customize the shape of the pegboard. It’s endlessly flexible, because you can add, subtract or move the hooks around as you please to hang pots and pans or small kitchen utensils."