Whether you’ve been waiting for years to remodel your existing home, or you’re planning for your next custom home, you want to make sure that you have the perfect kitchen. While you’re working with your contractor, be sure to discuss all the options that you want to include in your new kitchen. While you’re planning for all the new appliances, don’t forget to include some new designs for your cabinets, as well. Here are some of the options that you might want to consider.

Pullout Shelves

You know how difficult it is to get to the items you have stored in the back of your cabinets. If you have mobility issues, it can be even more difficult. Pullout shelves take the hassle out of finding things in your cabinets. The shelves are all attached to tracks that will allow you to pull them out so you can reach things even when they’re in the very back of the cabinet. When you’re done, you simply push the shelves back into the cabinets.

Pullout Bins And Baskets

Are you tired of fighting with your trashcan, or finding rotten vegetables in your cabinets? With pullout bins and baskets, you’ll be able to reach your trashcan without any problems, and your produce will be able to have the right amount of air circulating around it. The pullout trashcan holder allows you to store your trashcan neatly in your cabinets, while the pullout baskets are perfect for storing produce that doesn’t need to be refrigerated.

Built In Spice Racks

If you love to cook, you know how important it is to have easy access to your spices. It can be a real pain trying to dig through your cabinets to find the right spices while you’re cooking. Now you can have built in spice racks right inside your kitchen drawers. Just pull out the drawer and all of your favorite spices will be right at your fingertips.

Tilt Open Drawers

Are you tired of trying to figure out what to do with your kitchen sponges and drain plugs when they’re not in use? Tilt open drawers will provide you with the perfect location for those items. Instead of that fake drawer front under your kitchen sink, a tilt open drawer can be installed. Once you open the drawer front, a storage bin will pull out where you can store your sponges and other small items.

You’ve waited a long time for the perfect kitchen. Now that you’re finally planning all the details, don’t forget to add these handy items to your design plans. For more tips, contact a company such as Fine Kitchens and Baths by Patricia Dunlop.