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Design Studio International Kitchen and Bath
(703) 821-7399
1818 Gilson Street
Falls Church, VA
 
Kitchen Planners
(410) 228-8206
12140-B Parklawn Drive
Rockville, MD
 
Signature Kitchens, Additions & Baths
(301) 251-1880
850 Gude Drive
Rockville, MD
 
Affordable Renovations-Responsibly
(202) 580-8493
1201 6th St Ne
Washington, DC
 
Joel Truitt Builders Inc Ofc
(202) 547-2707
734 7th St Se
Washington, DC
 
Nicely Done Kitchens
(703) 764-3748
8934 Burke Lake Rd.
Burke, VA
 
Ron Wheaton Custom Kitchens
(703) 242-6285
213 Mill St. NE
Vienna, VA
 
Barrons Custom Kitchens
(301) 948-6600
23 West Diamond Avenue
Gaithersburg, MD
 
National Capital Kitchens
(202) 544-3316
1100 E St Ne
Washington, DC
 
Dmt Remodeling Co
(202) 415-4840
611 Pennsylvania Ave Se # 350
Washington, DC
 

Maximize Cabinet Space in Your Kitchen with Specialty Shelving and Appliances

A disorganized kitchen makes cooking harder for even the most talented chef. 
 
If you spend more time looking for utensils, spices and cookware than actually using them, you need these space saving tips to help you whip up effortless meals.
 
Shelf Intel
When conventional shelving just won’t cut it, try these alternatives.
 
 
Use a swing-out shelf on the side of a corner cabinet. Pull out the shelf for easy access to spices, sauces and other small bottles. You can create your own DIY wood shelf or buy a plastic half-moon corner shelf kit from a hardware store.
Install a roll-out shelf . These handy organizers can be used in any size cabinet, pantry or closet. Options include slide-out pot and pan caddies for large, lower-tier cabinets to plastic under-sink storage baskets. These shelves keep similar items together and cut down on time spent searching for supplies in a cluttered cabinet.
Display plates and glassware with open shelving . This makes it easy to find things at a glance and gives you a chance to show off attractive plates or earthenware. Use lower-tier open shelves for cookbooks or linens. To save space and beautify your kitchen, remove cabinet doors and use woven baskets to store items.
“Don’t Call Me Lazy” Susan
Connect a rotating wood or plastic tray (aka a “ Lazy Susan ”) to the inside of a cabinet door and…presto; all those sauce pans and bags of rice you could ne...

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