Deep cabinets are not common in most households, especially in pantry areas, but they are elegant options for your home. Their lofty look allows more breathing room to let you spread out the way you need. Let’s dive into your options to organize.
Make Use of Cabinet Doors
Have an organizer on cabinet doors to take up some room at the front of the cabinet. That way, when you open them, it’ll be like taking the first row of items out of the way to the rest of your things. No more digging around!
Add Pull-Out Options
Instead (or in addition to) shelves, pull-out drawers are great in deep cabinets. They are functional, especially if you have a lot of small things to store –think cans in a pantry. Shelving requires precision when installed, considering how much weight they need to hold up. Closet & Storage Concepts has the tools and expertise to do the job right, so call us. Learn about our other accessories while you’re at it!
Just because you have a bigger space doesn’t mean you have to fill it with more items than you need. Practice habits like separating things into categories or labeling to take inventory of what you have so you don’t overstuff!
Store Items from Tallest to Shortest
Traditional shelving with the right dimensions can support items of varying sizes. A good rule of thumb is to stow taller things in the back. That way, your view isn’t obstructed since smaller items will live in front of them. Similarly, don’t choose to have narrow spaces between shelves because then you’ll have to take a deep dive into the cabinet.
At Closet & Storage Concepts Massachusetts there are several customizations you can make to the dimensions of your storage solutions. Let us measure your home and help you choose a design that will fit in with the rest of your home. Now is the perfect time to start your design project!