• Karolina Anastasopoulos

Kitchen Design - Cabinetry Planning Details

There are so many things to consider when designing a kitchen! It’s hard not to get overwhelmed with the details. I always suggest to clients to clearly identify their budget before taking on any renovations, especially when it comes to kitchens as costs can fluctuate so drastically. Regardless of your budget, the right designer can help you achieve your kitchen goals.

Today, I’m going to share some of my favourite kitchen cabinet storage ideas. When it comes to kitchens, these components can make such a huge impact on how your space functions. So, if you are thinking of renovating your kitchen, here is some food for thought!

Storage for Baking Trays

Wouldn’t it be nice to have all your cooking and baking trays organized and held in place so that when you open the door, they don’t all fall out at the same time? YES! I sometimes like to specify slots above the fridge for this to make use of that space.

Fold Down Drawer for Cutting Boards

This allows your cutting boards to be organized and easy to access, as opposed to having them stacked on top of one another.

Pull-Out Pantries

These are a game changer! The number of items you can store (and find) within these systems

Dishwashing Items

Quite frequently, these items end up on the sink. Wouldn’t it be nice to have your dish soap and dish cloths in an accessible spot, where you can put them away when they’re not used?

Pot and Lid Dividers

This system is fantastic. It allows you to neatly store all your pots and pans and easily pull them out when you are ready to use them.

Spice Racks

These spice racks are wonderful. You can even organize them in alphabetical order so that they are easy to find! (as my husband does – yes, he actually does!).

Garage and Recycling Alternatives

Garbage and recycling are often overlooked during the design process. I always like to incorporate these details to ensure the kitchen is practically designed and all items are accounted for. These images provide options for waste, recycling and compost!

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