Jane and I are always saving pictures of Special Kitchen Features we feel worthy of sharing. Here are more, In a kitchen base cabinet, next to the stove, a narrow space can be fitted with a pull out that’s divided for vertical tray, baking pan or wire rack storage. This takes advantage of lower cabinet depth.If this had been done to my cabinet, to the right of the fridge, I wouldn’t have all the empty (wasted!) space in the back. Since the dividers in my cabinet are permanently installed we can’t do a retrofit, which would add a shelf for the roasting pan.
A pull-out counter in the pantry offers flexibility and function. Like counters seen in old libraries, this one is supported by retractable brackets and it also cleverly slides away when not in use.
Shown in a bath, but certainly adaptable for kitchen use, this poured concrete counter features a towel cut-out. No more worries about where to hang that damp dishtowel!
For more designs, see the original post Custom Kitchen Cabinet Ideas.
(Source: Kent Kitchen Works, Midwest Living, Liquid Stone)
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