Can’t reach the items you’ve stored in your upper kitchen cabinets? A pull-down shelf is the perfect solution; in this space, it makes coffee and tea supplies easily accessible. This kitchen’s cabinets were designed to be deeper than industry standards to maximize storage capacity and accommodate all of the deluxe pull-outs and cabinet organization products.
Two-toned upper cabinets present a custom, angled look in this modern kitchen by David Stimmel. Linear drawer pulls allow easy access to kitchen utensils when cooking on the stovetop. To add some color to the design, a pale yellow and light blue tile backsplash completes the design.
With cabinets above and below, this modern kitchen has no shortage of storage options. A white backsplash and white countertops continue the minimalist look, while metallic pulls complement the chrome pendants above the island.
Pull-out baskets are the perfect spot to store potatoes and onions in this kitchen. The cabinets were designed to be deeper than industry standards to maximize storage capacity, increase countertop depth area and accommodate all of the deluxe pull-outs and cabinet organization products.
Behind its glossy façade, this kitchen island conceals tons of hidden storage. A roll-out drawer under the sink is the perfect spot to stash cleaning supplies, while a slim pull-out cabinet holds plastic wrap and aluminum foil. When closed, the dishwasher is concealed with the same sleek finish as the rest of the island.
Gray cabinets pair with black and white graphic wallpaper and a black and white stripe shade for a striking combination in this kitchen. The gleaming metal pulls on the cabinets add a touch of glamour.
For classic, transitional style, the basic cabinet hardware was replaced with high-end satin brass pulls that add warmth to the glossy red drawers and door fronts. To add a layered element, the brass hardware was paired with the stainless sink. To successfully mix metals in a room, choose no more than two different finishes.