Kitchen. Monday , February 05th , 2018 - 13:31:59 PM
Do You Prefer Having a Place for Everything? Then put everything in its place! Identify for your kitchen cabinet designer and maker all the unique (or not so unique) storage issues you have. For example, is there a smart way for you to house your spices? What about using that corner space for a tall, thin cabinet that allows for storing cutting boards and cookie sheets? Or perhaps you can create drawers that allow you to safely store pots, pans and lids.
How many cabinets will you need? How much storage options you can install without compromising with current space? What do you need to store in those cabinets and drawers? Whether you are up for remodelling or just reorganizing? All of these questions need to be asked before hammering a nail. Some of the guesswork can be eliminated with ways listed below:
Freestanding Units If you are working with a "freestanding" cupboard that is not fastened to the wall, your problem could be that the cabinet is racked out of kilter. Push on the top left or right side of the unit and see if it helps the situation any. If it does, you will need to place shims underneath the bottom of one corner of the cabinet. This is going to be a process of trial and error to get the unit situated correctly. If it is setting on carpet, the culprit may be the tack strip that is installed right next to the wall.
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