Custom Storage Solutions to Consider During a Kitchen Remodel

Storage is one of the most important elements to your kitchen. Whether you’re storing food, cleaning supplies, or utensils, there never seems to be enough, and everything has to be in just the right place, especially in the kitchen. So when you decide to remodel your kitchen in Lancaster County, you should also take a look at the custom storage solutions that you could invest in to improve your storage. Different storage solutions will suit different kitchens, but here are a few favorites.

Under The Sink

The space under the sink is often reserved for cleaning bottles, sponges, and other supplies for the dreaded kitchen clean-up day. No one likes crouching down to the ground and reaching all the way back for a bottle that tipped backwards or a brush buried underneath the rest of the supplies. A pull-out feature puts all your kitchen cleaning supplies within easy reach, so you can be spared the headache, and it makes the most of a reasonably small space.

Taller Cabinets

Cabinet height is something of a personal decision. Ceiling-height cabinets aren’t for everyone, particularly if you have high ceilings or are on the short side yourself. However, if you find your cabinets are a little cluttered and cramped, the solution might be to invest in tall, or at least taller, cabinets. This can also help yout store awkwardly shaped or sized supplies like cookie sheets, baking trays, and large cookbooks.

OR Drawer Cabinets

On the other hand, if you’re already straining a tiptoe stance to reach your cabinet storage, the solution may be to go lower, rather than higher. In particular, maybe you can swap out your traditional cabinets for drawer cabinets. These are much more accessible, and may even allow you to store more per cabinet, all while folding back while out of use, so that they don’t clutter your kitchen.

Hidden Trash

No one likes to look at a trash can, and it can take up space in your kitchen. Rather than placing the trash can next to the counter, consider a hidden compartment that holds your trash can. Simply open a door or slide out a cabinet drawer, drop your trash, and close it. Out of sight, out of mind, and you have more room to move around in the kitchen.

Walk-In Pantry

Not everyone has space for a walk-in pantry, but just about everyone wants a walk-in pantry. If you have room, this can help you organize your non-perishable foods without making things too cramped and crowded. It can also help boost the value of your home, since walk-in pantries are such a desirable feature.What kind of custom storage do you want for your upcoming kitchen remodel? Contact MBC Remodeling in Lancaster County today for more information.

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