Upselling with Kitchen Storage Built-Ins
Suggest some of these clever storage extras to to your next client
This built-in knife block was created from a slotted 12-inch-long insert of canary wood and makes use of the 3 inches of dead space behind the base cabinets.
Shelves for short-term wine storage are a clever use of a sliver of space.
A bracketed shelf running along the top of a wall can proudly display collections and keep them out of harm's way. Also note: It's amazing what a coat of paint can do to embossed metal ceiling tiles.
A library-style ladder prevents the space in high-up kitchen cabinets from going to waste. And, it beats a foot stool any day.
Add a shelf above a doorway, paint it to match the trim, then it can be used to display pottery.
Unless there's a Boy Wizard bunking under the stairs, chances are the space is being wasted. Make neglected area a stylish focal point where homeowners can store and display their favorite wines.
The typical kitchen cabinet has a lot of wasted space. Create a system in cabinets that allows you to see and access everything in the pantry. These solid wood units by Rev-A-Shelf allow you to customize the height of shelves and glide each unit out of the way on piano hinges.
Under-the-counter wine storage keeps bottles at the ready (and corks moist(.
Perfectly sized slots for plates create an orderly presentation in any kitchen.
Deep pots-and-pans drawers keep cumbersome cookware out of sight. This one holds up to 150 pounds.
When not needed for added height, this collapsible stepladder stashes behind a toekick panel.
The trick to mudroom organization is providing storage options for gear throughout the seasons. This built-in bench features hooks, top shelves, and a bench with a hinged lid.
This custom shelf resembles a shallow drawer that glides out for easy access to items stored in the back of the cabinet. No more wasted space or forgetting about non-perishables buried in the back.