In this post we’ll cover how spice rack pull outs can be ideal for a cabinet next to the stove as well as some of the nuances to know before you add one to your cabinetry. One of the most popular items to add to your kitchen is a spice rack pull out organizer. These….
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This area of the kitchen can get neglected quite easily, but this pullout is a simple addition to capitalize on that unused space. The above appliance pullout is a great product that utilizes the upper cabinet space above your double oven or refrigerator.
Extreme door weight calls for an extreme hinge…and that’s exactly what SOSS set out to create with the Hercules Hinges®
Featured within a closet/mudroom display at the 2018 IWF show in Atlanta, GA. the 4WV Series Woven Baskets from Rev-A-Shelf have been re-worked and are better than ever. Now along side the Maple wood version, they have included a Walnut wood basket and rails.
In this post we’ll take a quick look at what makes the Not-So-Lazy Susan unique and cover some of its unique features.
Learn about Rev-A-Shelf’s new vanity base organizer that avoids plumbing and gives you complete accessibility to your bathroom essentials.
The wine bottle organizer allows you to store wine in a darker environment inside the cabinet while keeping the bottles securely placed on their sides. You can also rotate the wine bottles throughout the racks to account for proper storage time.
The 53WC Series Rev-A-Shelf waste containers revolve around simplicity. It has all the features you come to expect with modern trash pullouts, however the unit is not overly bulky and just focuses around the basics.
Organic wastes, such as common food waste and yard waste, can make up 25 to 50% of what we throw away. Not only can home composting be satisfying, but you are also helping the environment by conserving resources.
Extra space in the kitchen is hard to come by, so the ability to freely access appliances without taking up counter space is truly a benefit for many homeowners. Common items like mixers, blenders, bread makers and more can now be discreetly moved to the base cabinet.