Do you want to change the look and functionality of your kitchen, but don’t want to spend a lot of money? Well, we’ve got good news for you – a great update to your kitchen doesn’t have to break the bank! It’s possible to make a difference in your kitchen for a lot less money than a total remodel.
Older kitchens can hinder your space as well as favorite activities. If you love to cook and entertain, your aspirations may clash with your current kitchen design. Can’t afford top-of-the-line appliances or expensive cabinet remodeling? Don’t worry—we’ve got some ideas to update your kitchen easily, efficiently, and affordably for a lovely kitchen you’ll enjoy spending time in. Let’s get started!
Store Your Kitchen Equipment with Sliding Shelves
Are your pots and pans all over the place in the back of your bottom cabinets? If you’ve been bending and reaching to get back there, you don’t have to deal with it anymore! Sliding shelves roll out to you so you can access everything quickly and easily. You’ll use them daily and trust us—you’ll wonder how you went so long without them!
Also known slide out trays or pull-out shelves, sliding shelves are custom-made and simple to install. Custom-made to fit your cabinets, our Premium shelves provide the strength needed to support your heaviest pots and pans. And they’re also ideal for small kitchen appliances. Maybe you even have a blender, smoothie maker, or food processor stashed back in the abyss of your cabinet space! Well, there’s a way to organize these useful appliances and kitchen equipment – get sliding shelves.
Store Your Spices on a Lazy Susan
All good cooks have a lot of spices, but where do you put them all? Sometimes simple cabinet space doesn’t cut it for your spices. The solution? Keep them on a Lazy Susan! You can store them right on the counter or in a cabinet for easy access. Alternatively, you can also neatly store your spices in a spice drawer insert that’s custom cut to fit your drawer.
Keep Utensils Together with Drawer Organizers
Need a drawer organizer to keep those utensils in line? When your drawers are messy, it can make food preparation and cooking a chore. We offer a large selection of trim-to-fit drawer divider systems that can organize your knives, forks and spoons, not to mention that spice drawer. Set the dining table with ease with easy accessibility to all your flatware.
Store Wine Bottles Underneath Your Cabinets
Storing wine can take a lot of space if you don’t have a cellar or rack. A great way to store them besides sitting on your counter is underneath your cabinets. This makes wonderful use of otherwise-wasted space! This double bottle rack screws to the bottom of your cabinets and holds two bottles. You can even install multiple units!
Get Tidy with Pull-Out Trash and Recycle Systems
Trash storage can become a messy situation if you don’t have the appropriate space. That’s why we offer a large selection of Rev-A-Shelf sliding trash and recycle waste management systems. Our pull-out systems are simple to install and easy to access. We offer many options, too! If you prefer to add your own waste container, consider slide out shelves in medium or tall size. We even have rev-a-shelf systems that come with Rubbermaid waste containers to keep trash contained and tidy.
Update Your Kitchen on a Budget with Shelves That Slide
Organization and convenience work hand-and-hand with kitchen pull out shelves and other accessories from Shelves That Slide. Our goal is simple – to offer top quality sliding shelves and more from a quality company that cares about their customers. With over 25 years of experience, we know what works and what doesn’t! Contact us today to transform your kitchen and other home spaces at an affordable price!
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