Kitchen Makeover Day 2: My Cabinetry
Yesterday, I shared photos of my brand-spanking-new kitchen. Today let me tell you about the cabinetry.
This whole remodel endeavor started with a need for new kitchen cabinetry. I had old peeling laminated cabinetry, with very few interior storage solutions. When you opened the cabinets you would see clutter.
Then more clutter.
Not because I’m particularly messy, but because all I had inside my cabinets were big empty spaces, for things to pile up and fall over.
I’ve mentioned before, I would always walk through the Lowes Project Design Center and eye the Shenandoah Cabinetry display. So when it was time to start the remodel process, I knew exactly the brand of cabinets I wanted in my kitchen.
With your help, we decided on linen maple cabinets in the transitional “Misson” style, because we felt they would give our kitchen a sleek look, yet would work well in our older home. But choosing the style and color was just the tip of the iceburg.
Although I love the way my new cabinets look, the storage options you can place inside your Shenandoah Cabinets are what I find really spectacular.
Let me show you.
By the way, showing the inside of your kitchen cabinets feels a little like showing the inside of your underwear drawer.
I’m feeling a little exposed so bear with me…
Pot and Pan Roll Out
Sturdy Lazy Susans
(This used to be a giant hole where I would throw reusable grocery bags.)
Large Roll Out Shelves
Roll Out Pan/Cutting Board Rack
Stationary Racks for Heavy Pans and Stones
Deep Pantry with Large Roll Out Shelves
Shallow Pantry for Convenience Items
Drawer Dividers for Utensils and Silverware
Spice Drawer Organizer
Roll Out Trash Cans (We use the back bin for recycling.)
Narrow Roll Out Rack for Cans (And for convenience items I don’t want sitting out.)
It’s so easy to find things now, without digging around. I feel like my baking stones and dishes are safe, and I’m no longer worried about them falling and getting cracked. The kids have their own space for snacks and kiddie dishes, so they don’t have to climb on the counter tops to reach things.
These elements have revolutionized my little world.
Thank you Shenandoah for all you’ve done in my beautiful new kitchen.
It is a dream come true!
Disclosure: Shenandoah Cabinetry graciously donated cabinets for my new kitchen. All opinions are my own.