Kitchen Drawer Ideas
In February we posted a blog on Outdoor Kitchen Design and one of the factors we suggested you consider is what you intend to store in your kitchen. When it comes to effective storage space, drawers seem to have surpassed cupboards. Home owners are opting for drawers in their kitchens and here’s why…
Deep Drawers for Pots and Pans
We are all familiar with the annoying task of having to get the pot you want from your cupboard. All that banging around just to get the pot you need. Deep drawers allow you to organise your cookware cupboard, dividing lids from bases and laying them side by side rather than stacking them up.
Clear your worktop space and keep your appliances safe and protected by having an appliance drawer. You could also install power points in your drawers which is handy to keep your work space cord free!
A roomy pull-out drawer bin makes waste management a lot easier. You can have multiple bins for waste and recycling all in one place. Having a bin drawer also frees up floor space. The best part of having a bin drawer is that there is no visible rubbish in your outdoor area.
Secret Benchtop Drawer
Make your space go further with a secret benchtop drawer. On the surface it looks like a normal drawer but pulled out the drawer turns into an extra benchtop or serving area. This extra space is also handy for appliances.
Knife and Spice Drawer
If you’re a fan of the feng shui philosophy you might consider a knife drawer. Not only does it keep your knives out of sight (which is also a benefit if you have kids) but it allows them to be neatly organised and accessed safely. Spice racks are a bit outdated. Store your spices in a spice drawer. You can make this happen by buying a spice drawer organiser and using an existing drawer to store your spices.
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