Choosing Cabinets: Organization Methods

Choosing Cabinets: Organization Methods

by stonecreekfurniture |July 27, 2012 | Blog

Choosing cabinets for your kitchen can be a very challenging process which may require many months of careful thought and planning to find a suitable decision. The process of choosing new cabinets for your kitchen can be achieved more easily by updating the entire kitchen, especially the countertops, due to their ease of breaking beyond repair after being removed. Choosing the color of your new cabinets will likely be the simplest part of the decisions you need to make because the functionality and size of each cabinet needs to cater to the way your activities will flow.

Today we will provide a few organization methods for your new cabinets.

It is important to plan how you intend on working in your kitchen to choose the most suitable cabinets for your needs. It is always convenient to have a large cabinet for pots and pans beneath a large countertop area to allow quick transportation of food between the prep area and the stove or oven. Thin cabinets are great to place on the ground next to an oven for the storage of baking sheets and cutting boards. It is also important to plan space for storing utensils such as forks and knives above cabinets in drawers in the preparation area. Wall-mounted cabinets should provide plenty of space to store plates and glasses near the serving area, while spices should be stored on racks inside of a cabinet on the opposite side of an oven for easy access. Cabinets which are beneath sinks should be large to allow space for various cleaning supplies.

With careful planning, you can choose the right cabinets which help you organize your workflow. Speak with a sales representative at Stone Creek Furniture to begin planning the layout of your new cabinets.

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