Janeska Edyta. Kitchen Appliances. May 08th , 2017.
It may sound like hype, but adding rollouts to your kitchen cabinets can be life-changing. I speak from personal experience. I recently added rollouts to our entire kitchen, and this is what happened:
The kids have complete access to everything they need—from cereal to the recycling. Now they can get their own breakfast and take the cans to the curb—no excuses!
My sore back and my husband's bum knee are less of an issue since we no longer have to constantly stoop to find things in our base cabinets.
Dinner prep goes a lot faster now that we're not hunting for pot lids and baking pans piled on top of one another on our jumbled, dark shelves.
We're saving money by not buying things we already have (but that had been lost in the recesses of our cabinets). We can pull our shelves into the light and see everything, including the rancid oil and three boxes of cornstarch we somehow acquired—need some?
The kitchen feels larger and works better. The rollouts maximize every cubic inch of storage space, so I can store rarely used appliances in my cabinets instead of on my counters.
Are you a convert yet? This article will give you tips for planning, buying and building kitchen rollouts so they can change your life too. You can build a simple rollout drawer like the ones shown in a couple of hours for $20. But don't say I didn't warn you. Once you see that rollout in action, you'll want to retrofit all your kitchen cabinets. What are you waiting for?
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