Kitchen cabinet options offer many space saving storage solutions. Even small cabinets can stow away goods with the right drawers and shelves. Small cupboards not only work in small homes but also in tight spaces, whether it's under the sink, a sliding corner rack, hideaway draws or pullouts. Cupboards and cabinets with the right drawers use space better.
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A bin with a condiment drawer is a good way to use a small cupboard. This is the place to put bags of rice, dried beans, popcorn and other similar foods. The bins in this drawer may be popped out and used as serving trays. This type of drawer should have strong glides so it can carry more weight.
Stowing plates in a drawer with a small cupboard is an ideal way to keep them handy. They're easier to reach and the weight of the plates is less likely to affect the drawer. The plates may be stacked vertically between adjustable pegs in a deep cabinet drawer or horizontally in a wider, shallower drawer
Corner Rack Drawer
The corner is often an inaccessible space so small cupboards with drawers that make use of this space are ideal. One type of drawer has a hingeless door that pulls out and swivels. This allows space for a rear basket and metal shelves to stow items. Look for a drawer with a glide that extends all the way out when the drawers are opened for a full view of the contents.
Under Sink Drawer
This drawer is ideal for organising items that often become disorganised and hard to reach under the sink. This cupboard cabinet may come with two drawers. The top drawer is smaller with has compartments for sponges and scouring pads. A bottom drawer allows space for items such as cleaning products and recycling bins.
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