Kitchen Pull-Out Cabinets

Get all the info you'll need on kitchen pull-out cabinets, a space-saving and efficient kitchen design option.

Kitchen Pull Out Cabinets

Kitchen Pull Out Cabinets

Kitchen cabinets with pull out cabinets. They open up to blue dishes and storage areas for kitchen items.

Kitchen cabinets with pull out cabinets. They open up to blue dishes and storage areas for kitchen items.

By: Sean McEvoy

If you're considering redesigning your kitchen or installing a new one, and space is at a premium, kitchen pull-out cabinets can be an efficient way to optimize your kitchen storage.

A Fair Beauty in Kitchen Design

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Sophistication Meets Simple

Clean and contemporary describe this beautifully composed space. Photo courtesy of David Duncan Livingston

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Neutral Tones

Fair-toned walls and an abundance of natural light are grounded by dark wood flooring. Photo courtesy of David Duncan Livingston

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Cool Cabinets

Frosted glass cabinets create a discrete silloute of dishes. Photo courtesy of David Duncan Livingston

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An Island Focal Point

A marble-wrapped central island illuminated by puck lights serves as an artful anchor and focal point, as well as ample counter seating. Photo courtesy of David Duncan Livingston

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There are several design options for kitchen pull-out cabinets, so let's start at the bottom—sly storage using hidden or low profile drawers beneath your lower cabinets. These can store anything from cutlery to dish rags, and their slim profile may allow them to slide away and hide away seamlessly.

Next up, slice and dice in style on a pull-out cutting board, which can be situated directly above your lower kitchen cabinets, or even inside the top portion of one that's tall enough.

Another popular pull-out option for kitchen cabinets: shelves that fold into each other and then swing out when the cabinet door opens, revealing a deep storage system. This option can also be used for efficient pantry storage.

Finally, kitchen trash cans are often an obstacle and an eyesore. Consider tucking your main trash or recycling bin into a conveniently located pull-out cabinet near or underneath the sink, or in the vicinity of the kitchen exit.

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