Why are deep drawers always called “pots and pans” drawers? There are so many ways to use them. Many alternative storage solutions have been around for a while and probably originated as ADA solutions. Keep reading for inspiration for your next project.
Storing Dishes or Crockery is a popular alternative.
Glasses might rattle a bit but if upper storage is limited it’s a viable option.
Baking sheets stored in drawers are easy to see – and remove.
Dividers in deep drawers are especially convenient for round serving trays.
Do you hate the clatter of nesting casserole dishes?
Deep cutlery dividers are great if you have a lot of utensils.
Just be sure to keep the business end pointing down.
A little extra inspiration for the bakers amongst us.
I like drawer storage. They take less energy to open than doors with roll-outs behind them. I can instantly see what’s inside and I can also easily group like items.
Most of my whole house projects involve some sort of built-in. They can be anywhere from dining rooms to hallways. But, I have yet to be asked to design a child’s bed.
These images from the Netherlands based Kid’s Factory are so much fun. I always wanted a sleeping compartment as a child and I would have pestered my parents to no end if I thought I could get one as cool as these.
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