When thinking about kitchen cabinets, we sometimes consider what we grew up with as the standard reference… You know, what Grandma had. Well, we love Grandma, but she didn’t have ready-to-assemble (RTA) cabinet options like we do today.
When you think of storage for napkins, tablecloths, or placemats, you should consider where they will live in the kitchen, and what kind of cabinet is best. Our 2-Drawer, Inner Drawer base cabinet is a great option.
Of course, there’s more… so read on!
When we inherit a kitchen, we also inherit the design flaws. When we remodel our kitchen, or build new, we have the option of planning ahead, to having cabinets that have form and function suited to our unique needs. Any family cook has their preferred spots in the kitchen to store commonly used utensils, oven mitts, or dish cloths. But that doesn’t mean they have to be out in the open.
For those items we need handily available, but not necessarily exposed, a Inner Drawer cabinet is a great choice. Especially having larger drawers, then a smaller drawer within one cabinet is not only smart, but it provides the utility you need within the style you love. Tastefully tuck your items away in a convenient inner drawer, like the one above.
Notice in the picture below how the 2-Drawer, Inner Drawer cabinet looks installed. When ordering from the diagram on this website, you really don’t get the proper scope, especially because it comes in a variety of widths. But seeing the cabinet installed below really gives a sense of size and quality. We’ve included everything in the picture below so you can feel comfortable with your online purchase.
Remember, too, when you add all the cabinets you wish to buy to your cart, give your payment information, and place your order, that is just the beginning of the process. Our salesperson will contact before any final decisions are made to offer suggestions, guidance on items you may have missed, and answer any questions you may have about your purchase, delivery or installation. If you order your cabinets unassembled, you can use our How-to Assemble page for guidance on putting the cabinets together.
We’re here for you, so start your cabinet search right now, and enjoy your future kitchen!