One of the most important aspects of a kitchen remodel is the cabinetry. There are a variety of different cabinets to choose from with each their own purpose. We will run you through a sample of different cabinets and how they can be used. How you use them is up to you!
A lazy susan (D) is a rotating cabinet usually found in the corners of kitchens. These cabinets are often used to store spices and fill space where one cabinet meets the next. These cabinets can be multilayered or variations place them on countertops. You can replace these with stand alone ‘corner shelves’ if that suits your needs.
Kitchen Pantry Cabinet
Can be a large, medium, or smaller sized cabinet with many space saving interior accessories. Gives more of a custom feel to the kitchen layout with a matching design that flows into the other base and wall cabinetry.
Waste bin pull-out
These cabinets are how they sound. A waste bin, in a pull-out cabinet (C). These are great to save space and reduce unwanted garbage odor. You can pair it with a recycle pull-out bin as well.
The tilt out tray (f), a rectangular shaped utility cabinet, is used to store smaller items found in one’s kitchen. They are placed under the sink. Sponges, lighters, or scrubbers can usually be found in these cabinets.
Shaker Style Cabinets
Shaker cabinets (B) are actually named after the ‘Shakers,’ whom were gifted craftsmen and carpenters. They feature recessed panel doors, hinges on the inside, and light finishes. These cabinets are typically made of wood but aren’t limited to it.
Remodeling your kitchens cabinetry can be a fun task due to the variety of uses and design of the numerous kitchen cabinets available to you. Will you use ‘corner shelves’ or lazy susan’s to fill the corners. Will there be a cabinet for glass, or will you be using a glass rack? If you’re a wine lover, you should consider a wine rack. To save room, you can use a waste bin pull-out. However you go about it, we hope you give us an opportunity to design your next kitchen. Free estimate below