Cabinets are the first thing you see when entering a kitchen. If you want to express your design style, consider adding glass doors to your kitchen cabinetry. Between the design styles of the cabinetry doors and the glass types available, you will be able to find a combination that will give you a personalized look.
Kitchen Design & Remodeling Blog
One of the first comments that a new client, Mary, said was that she wanted a better kitchen corner cabinet solution. She hated having a lazy susan cabinet. Her kitchen has the old style lazy susan - the doors are inset, even with overlay style cabinet doors for the other kitchen cabinets. The plastic trays are approx 16" diameter, on a metal pole, wasting lots of storage space. The weight of the objects cause the shelves to sag and no longer spins easily. Can you blame her? When items fall off the shelf, it jams the entire unit and prevents it from spinning.
When most people picture their dream kitchen, they might think of dark, sleek cabinetry or beautiful granite counters. Or maybe they salivate over the thought of stainless steel appliances and subway tile. Everyone has a different idea of how they want their kitchen to look - but most of these dreams include a kitchen island and with good reason. Kitchen islands add so much to a kitchen: more counter space, more storage, better flow, and visual interest.
This family of 4 gained a fully functional, completely organized kitchen with their addition. We chose Great Northern Cabinetry, a semi-custom line willing to make the one of a kind solutions for my clients. Here are some of the kitchen cabinet ideas that helps keep everything organized.
Interior cabinet organization is a must for every new kitchen. In addition to reducing clutter, having your items easy to find, will help make cooking more enjoyable. Items should be stored in the first or last point of use, being easily removed with out having to remove other items first.