Kitchen cabinet accessories are only limited to our imagination and range from recycling bin roll-out to hidden wine racks, utensil storage, and more.
If you’re like me, an organized cabinet means peace of mind and greater functionality. Everything is in its rightful place and there’s no clutter. Also, accessories below me to know where everything is at all times.
Some of them are so simple to install that you won’t need to call in the contractors for a renovation and can simply draw on your DIY skills. Here
1. Spice Rack Pull Out
With just an additional three inches of space, the spice rack can become an invaluable addition to any kitchen. Use it above or below the counter; it comes in two widths of three and six inches.
This is an excellent space-saving idea that also improves the aesthetics of the cabinet boxes themselves. Many people find that doing two simultaneously, one on both sides of the burner, is the most convenient. The filler spice racks are the most popular.
2. Pull-out Trash Bins
Almost everyone places an order for this item. It’s that useful in everyday life. The pull-out canisters for two trash receptacles are designed to fit into standard 18″ or 21″ cabinet openings. If you want to separate your garbage and recycling, you can do so using these bins.
You can choose between a garbage can pulled out with a wooden frame (as shown in the image below) or one with a metal framework. There are two color options for the garbage cans: white and gray.
3. Pull-out Pantry
The pull-out pantry feature makes it a breeze to maintain a clean and orderly storage space. It’s available in a variety of looks and works wonderfully with new or existing cabinetry in the kitchen.
To better use available space, this pull-out can be tucked away out of sight. The pull-out can be used to arrange cookware in a walk-in pantry, just like in the example given below. The fact that you can get to your stuff from both sides is quite useful, and so is the fact that you can see it all.
4. Tray Dividers
These tray dividers are a lifesaver for keeping your cookie trays and broiler pans neatly. They are often kept in a 9″ or 12″ cabinet close to the range.
Cookbook storage in cabinets over the range is a less common application for tray dividers, but one that is just as useful. Separator trays are a great addition to any kitchen and can be purchased for next to nothing.
5. Blind Corner Pull-out
In small kitchens where a typical lazy susan wouldn’t work, the blind corner pull-out is a viable alternative. This pull-out does the same thing as a standard rollout and makes the most of the available space in the cabinet.
As you can see in the image below, the blind corner pull-out conceals nothing and makes everything within easy reach, eliminating the need for the vast open space that often leads to items being forgotten.
6. Kitchen Cabinet Roll-out
The roll-out is an indispensable addition to any kitchen, eliminating the need to rummage through the depths of the cabinetry to get the pots and pans you need. You might want to put one or two in each closet so that everything is within easy reach. Their low price makes them preferable to a standard 3-drawer dresser.
7. Kitchen Drawer Peg System
The drawer peg system is a must for those who like all-drawer bases for kitchen cabinets over the more conventional door/drawer combination. To prevent plates and bowls from rattling around, it has pegs that can be moved to the ideal location.
The idea behind drawer peg system accessories was adapted into the pots and pans pegboard. It’s perfect for those who value order without sacrificing a cutting-edge aesthetic.
You can keep your whole collection of cookware, from saucepans to lids to canister sets, neatly arranged and ready to use with the many included accessory options.
8. Utensils Block Drawer
Most people acquire wire or plastic tray dividers for cutlery for even a single drawer, but some solutions replace the entire drawer and provide you with a complete built-in utensils block drawer.
This selection of add-ons is available in a wide range of sizes and combinations. An integrated, detachable cutting board is included with some of them.
9. Pegboard for Pots and Pans
The idea behind drawer peg system accessories was adapted into the pots and pans peg board. It’s perfect for those who value order without sacrificing a cutting-edge aesthetic.
All of your cookware, from saucepans to lids to canister sets, will be neatly stored and easily accessible with this gray vinyl pegboard system and its many available accessories.
10. Cleaning Storage Beneath the Sink
One of our favorite additions to the kitchen cabinets is the space beneath the sink for storing cleaning supplies. It’s convenient to have all of your cleaning products in one location thanks to this product.
With its slide-out design and detachable construction, the caddy may be moved to a different room of the house for cleaning. You’ll wonder how you ever managed without its paper towel holder and wire baskets for storing various bottles.
11. Pull-out Step Stool for Kitchen Cabinet
The top of your much-needed cupboard is sometimes unusable beyond the first five or six inches; the space beyond this is a void, out of sight and out of mind.
After accidentally nudging that cabinet while searching for a spice or kitchen supply, who knows what might have fallen back there? However, by installing a pull-out cabinet step stool, you will have access to 15 inches of additional height in your search for in-cabinet kitchen requirements.
12. Storage Cabinet for Mixer
Having a stand mixer in your kitchen is a luxury that many people take for granted. Unfortunately, their growing popularity has resulted in a need for substantial countertop space because of their bulky proportions.
They aren’t the lightest of items to lug around, and they may have to be retrieved from a cupboard or closet regularly if you don’t have enough storage space.
A workable solution is found in the form of base cabinets made specifically for housing mixers. The mixing process is simplified greatly by a hinge that lifts to reveal a drawer where various accessories can be stored.
13. Corner Spinning(Carousel) Shelf Cabinet
The nooks and crannies of our kitchen can be a source of frustration and frustration-inducing gadgets. Sometimes it seems inevitable that something important will go missing from the drawers here, to lay in dark mystery until we buy a replacement.
Carousel shelves (or spinning shelves) breathe fresh life into unused kitchen space while reassuring us of the safety of our belongings. There are also rotating shelves available for higher cabinets, and their low “walls” of wire or thin metal prevent anything from flying out upon you when the shelves turn.
14. Kitchen Corner Cabinets
Oftentimes, the corner of your kitchen does not have enough room for a Lazy Susan, or the angle is not conducive to a convenient rotating shelf. Fortunately, you may choose from a wide range of excellent corner storage solutions to meet your specific requirements.
Some common choices for storage in a kitchen corner are:
- Shelving with a hinged corner turnout: Corner turnout shelves can be mounted with glides, making it easy to draw out the shelf and access its contents from within a corner base cabinet.
- Shelving units are known as “Magic Corners” are hinged shelves on glides that are specifically designed for your space and sized according to the amount of stuff you need to store.
- For small kitchens where a typical lazy susan wouldn’t work, a blind corner pull-out is a viable alternative.
15. Storage Cupboards with Pull-Out Shelves for Towels
Towels in our kitchens might be an almost difficult aesthetic compromise. We all have those old, trusty towels that don’t go with anything and we just can’t bring ourselves to throw them away, but we know they’re not exactly gallery-worthy.
But, it’s not fun to move hot trays around or clean up in a kitchen without towels. The good news is that many cabinet collections offer a pull-out cabinet with towel racks as an extra feature.
16. Kitchen Pull-out Pegboard
The use of an elongated peg board is another ingenious addition. They can be mounted vertically to save floor space and can be slid easily in and out of tight spaces like those found between walls of cabinets. The pegs are ideal for hanging pans, lids, and similar things that are thin and long.
17. Kitchen Charger Port Drawer
A charging drawer or kitchen tech command center could be useful if you use an iPad to display recipes, need a spot to plug in your smart home device, or just want an extra location to charge your phone.
No longer will you find cords and chargers all over your home’s furniture and floors. These technologically advanced kitchen command centers are an excellent means by which to organize your appliances and free up counter space.
18. Drawer For Kitchen Refrigerator
Do you require a bit more refrigerator space in the kitchen? Cans of soda, coffee additives, extra cartons of milk, and other beverages keep cool in these drawers. If your ordinary refrigerator is bursting at the seams, one of these can be a useful addition to your kitchen cabinets.
19. Appliance, Coffee & Tea Bar Garage
Place your coffee maker, tea kettle, and morning goodies in a cabinet so you can start your day in style. An appliance (or tea & coffee) garage is exactly what it sounds like: a place to keep appliances and supplies that are best kept out of the way but still easily accessible.
With full-height polished cabinetry, the kitchen will always look neat and organized. Pocket doors are a great choice for small spaces since they can be opened and closed so effortlessly and then folded back into the wall.
The space’s solid surface countertop, pull-out drawers, open shelving, and tiny frequently used gadgets like a toaster and espresso machine are some of our favorite features.
What a great way to edit your home so that the clutter is hidden and you can keep everything in order.
20. Pantry Doors for Cabinets
The doors of a full-height pantry cabinet are an excellent place to tack on a few extra cubic inches of storage space. Cooking oils or rolls of foil, parchment, and wax paper are only a few inches (we recommend no more than 4 inches) of interior storage space.
To quickly get the things you use most, keep them at eye level rather than in the upper, out-of-the-way cupboards.
21. Pet Food And Water Cabinet
Creating distinct areas in your home can help you stay well-organized and productive. Don’t forget the family pet!
Making a designated area for your pets is a terrific method to prevent them from ruining your expensive flooring with their droppings. A pet-friendly bar has been set up just off the end of the island, complete with raised dishes for food and water.
Just like people, animals can gain from ergonomic design. Elevated bowls are recommended by veterinarians to alleviate pressure on our pets’ necks and backs when they eat.
To take it to the next level, install a wall-mounted faucet that fills the water bowl quickly and easily from a supply of pure water.
22. Wine Station
OK Yes, we realize that this interpretation may be far-fetched, but bear with us.
A wine freezer may be an attractive luxury gadget on some people’s wish lists, but to us, it represents only the pinnacle of cool, style, and practicality in terms of storing and displaying your collection of fine wines. When placed directly above a 24-bottle wine cooler, it reaches new heights of excellence.
A wine station can store wine for up to 60 days, while also showcasing and distributing four different kinds of vino to suit your every whim. As a layout pro tip, if you don’t want people to know you have alcohol around, hide the wine cellar.
A wine station, much like a coffee bar, you can conceal under floor-to-ceiling cupboards. The empty area above the dispenser is perfect for a wine rack, making it simple to retrieve a glass whenever you need it. Then, after you’re through, just shut the doors, and no one will know!
Organizing Your Kitchen Cabinet
Arranging our kitchen cabinets and drawers methodically simplifies our daily and weekly food preparation. Find out how to efficiently organize your cabinets by following these simple instructions, and enjoy a kitchen free of clutter and a place for everything.
The kitchen is one of the most utilized rooms in the house, so keeping it in good shape may be the distinction between a frantic morning and a pleasant one.
Give up rummaging through overflowing cabinets and drawers. You may save a lot of time and effort by rearranging the contents of your cupboards. This is the procedure that should be followed.
The first step is to empty all of the storage areas. Everything seems to be all of it. Get out all the disposables and stack them in a neat pile on a counter or table. Knowing what you have and, more significantly, don’t have will help you make better decisions
Second, clean all the drawers and cabinets. Get all the grime and crumbs out of the crevices with a moist cloth, then use some dish soap to handle the splatters. Scrubbing the shelves with a mild detergent and a soft, all-purpose brush dampened with warm water in circular motions can remove any stubborn dirt or grime. When you’re done, use a dry cloth to go over all the surfaces again and make sure no water damage has occurred.
Third, dispose of any damaged or outdated items. Get rid of old spices and broken appliances to make room in the cupboards. Donate the unused good items, including electronics, to charity .
The fourth step is to store all food and drink items in the same place. Food should be kept in its designated cabinet or set of shelves, and this area should be organized for both everyday use (crackers, nuts, dried fruit) and meal preparation (flour, sugar, baking soda). A turntable can be useful for displaying and gaining access to small, hard-to-reach jars, such as spices.
The fifth action is to move things you rarely use to another location. The gravy boat, the cookie press you only use once or twice a year, and any other similar items should be kept on a separate shelf from the everyday bowls and mixers in the kitchen or pantry. Keep just the stuff you use frequently in the kitchen cabinets.
Sixth, identify each item. There is a lot of disorganization in the cupboards due to unlabeled containers and partially used crates. Get rid of the darkness and store dry goods like grains and nuts in transparent POP containers instead of their original packaging.
Please label all containers with their contents and the date before putting them back on the shelves. Then, put everything back in its cabinet, with the less frequently used goods positioned toward the rear and the more frequently used items closer to the front.
Seventh, categorize items based on their function rather than their category. Think over the items in your kitchen cabinets in light of how often you use them. Do you roast vegetables more often than cookies on your cookie sheets?
Then, instead of cake pans, they should bring frying pans. Having everything you need for a certain cooking task in one convenient location is made possible by categorizing kitchen tools and supplies according to their functions. Groupings that are frequently used are:
- Things Needed to Prepare Food: Equipment for preparing food, including slices, graders, knives, a compost container, and cutting boards.
- Items needed for a thorough cleaning include a soap dish, sponges, and brushes.
- Equipment for baking, including pans, bowls, and spoons
- All you need to prepare and drink coffee, including a coffee machine, filters, beans, a grinder, and cups.
Eighth, plan out the storage areas for your most often utilized products. It’s easier to get things done in a zoned kitchen. Arrange your belongings so that they may be quickly accessed whenever necessary. Store your pots and pans close to the range, your dishes close to the sink, and your silverware close to the dishwasher.
Open shelves with POP Packaging
Use storage containers to maintain order in Step 9. A utensil holder is a convenient place to keep cooking utensils like spatulas and spoons close to the stove. Cutlery can be stored in a drawer organizer, but it can also be used to corral stationery items like pens and stamps.
Tenth, make the most of the vertical area available to you. Tools and substances used infrequently should be stashed in less convenient locations, such as the far reaches of deep cupboards or high shelves. It’s not uncommon to have extra space atop your cabinets, perfect for displaying decorative objects like vases and pitchers.