Four Solutions to Kitchen-Storage Problemscomments (3) May 5th, 2009 in Blogs
by Don Najita
|1. Laundry Area
A washer, a laundry sink, and cleaning supplies are concealed inside the closet. On the outside of the cabinet, shallow shelves keep commonly used cooking supplies close at hand.
|2. Corner Cabinet
Blind-corner cabinets are difficult to arrange for useful storage. Where a lazy Susan won’t do the trick, you can use Häfele’s sliding corner-cabinet hardware. When the door is opened, the mechanism pulls the contents into view.
|3. Pantry Bins
Stainless-steel restaurant-buffet pans are ideal for produce and other pantry items. The bins are easy to remove and clean. Accuride’s two-way slides allow access from both sides of the prep counter.
|4. Newspaper Nook
Where nothing conventional will work, be creative. Personalizing the kitchen for avid readers meant using this empty space for newspaper and magazine storage.
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