Organization Options for Cabinets and Drawers

When remodeling kitchen cabinetry, much of the focus is centered on choosing the perfect style, color and hardware for your new cabinets and drawers. While these exterior choices are certainly important, the interior options for cabinetry can make a big difference in the functionality of your kitchen. Built-in organizational features can take your cabinets and drawers to the next level, making your kitchen more efficient than ever.

Double-Decker Silverware Inserts

Silverware has a way of multiplying without us even knowing. Rather than piling all of your utensils in one tray, install a double-decker tray that allows you to utilize the entire height of the silverware drawer. By easily sliding in and out, the tray can be used to separate everyday forks, spoons, and knives from less-often used serving utensils.

Roll-out Shelving

Deep shelving is a must-have for many when remodeling their kitchens. While the extra space is great, if you can’t access what you store on the shelves, you will likely end up frustrated with your shelving. Luckily, roll-out shelving is a simple solution for organizing deep cabinets, letting you easily choose the item you need without having to remove everything in front of it.

Spice Racks

Keeping spices organized can be a tricky undertaking, so it’s best to plan ahead when installing new kitchen cabinets. Vertical slide-out cabinets can be installed as upper or lower cabinets, providing a compact space to clearly store your spices. Other options include drawers with built-in spice shelving or custom cabinet inserts.

Slide-Out Trash and Prep Station

A hidden trash drawer can keep smells contained and free up extra floor space in your kitchen. Going one step further, a prep station installed above the trash can (think a cutting board with a hole leading directly to the trash) maximizes your space and makes for quick clean-up.

Cabinet Dividers

Similar to roll-out shelving, cabinet dividers make it easy to store large items upright. Built-in dividers can be used to separate cutting boards, cookie sheets, and baking trays so you don’t have to stack and unstack to find the item you need.

At Myrtle Beach Cabinets, our remodelers can help you find the right organizational features to meet your kitchen cabinetry needs. If you are ready to learn more about the options for a well-organized kitchen, call us today at (843) 279-2945 or contact us online.