Get the Most Out of Your Space with Kitchen Cabinetry

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If you have a small or awkwardly shaped kitchen, you likely understand the woes of not having enough storage space. Here at McMillan Millwork & Joinery, we want to help provide you with solutions. There are several ways you can improve the use of space with our custom kitchen cabinetry.

we can help you design kitchen cabinetry

  1. Tall, slender cabinets – If you have a narrow space that is going unused, we can add a long, slender cabinet. Many people love having a drawer like this next to their stove to store spices. Another idea is using a space like this to keep your cutting boards, cooling racks, or flat pans.
  2. Under-the-stair cabinets – If you have stairs in or near your kitchen that lead to an upper level, this is a great space that can be utilized for wide, deep drawers. Consider utilizing these cabinets to store lesser-used items such as holiday dishes or linens like tablecloths and placemats.
  3. Up-to-the-ceiling storage – The space above your cabinets can be maximized by adding smaller cabinet spaces above the traditional hanging cabinets. You could also utilize this space with custom-built shelves to store some of your more attractive and lesser-used dishes.
  4. Down-to-the-floor storage – The toe-kick space below your cabinets is a perfect spot for adding additional kitchen cabinetry to store kitchen towels, shallow trays, or other flat equipment.
  5. Slide-out cutting boards – Just above the drawers where you plan to keep your knives or flatware, you can add a pullout cutting board, creating a convenient carving station.

At McMillan Millwork & Joinery, we can help you design kitchen cabinetry that employs all the available space you need. Call us today for a free consultation.