- On July 31, 2016
One of the key elements to any kitchen design is planning the right number and type of drawers to ensure you have adequate storage for your needs. Here we will present the different kinds of drawers available in Banstead Kitchen Studio
You may want to use your drawers to store coffee mugs, wine glasses, or even appliances, so it is worthwhile spending some time planning the type and storage of your drawers and understand their function.
There are many types of drawer units available in Banstead Kitchen Studio, with some designed for very specific purposes. Here are some news and selection of drawer units’ types, available in a variety of widths:
Whether you’re updating your kitchen or outfitting new cabinetry, selecting the right drawer can seem like a daunting task. How do you choose from all the options? Here’s a quick introduction to the basic characteristics of drawers, as well as some of the features and benefits of different types of drawers.
It is not new that drawers are a great way to store things, and you’ll find them in more or less every single kitchen you ever visit. Drawers, unlike static cupboards, allow you to pull their contents right out in the open for easy access. As well as the obvious top-drawer to store cutlery, the obligatory secondary drawer for frequently used utensils (and possibly a third drawer for the less popular ones), pull out drawers can also be used in other locations to help you make full use of your cupboard space.
We also recommend new style timber cutlery insert without timber base if you want to keep kitchen tools flawlessly. These are available in Rustic Beech and Natural Oak.
So, answering the question how big drawers should be – if your drawer is being designed to carry pots or other heavy items, they should be fitted with appropriately rated drawer slides to ensure that they can take the strain, and all drawers need to incorporate an out stop to prevent the drawer from falling out. On a wide units, such as 900 or 1000 wide, you can have an option of either a wide top drawer or two narrower drawers, depending on your design, again providing either a practical or aesthetic benefit.
If you feel concerned that all the kitchen tools do not fit into the normal sized drawers, we have the way out – the new 1400mm wide drawer packs now are available in Fusion and Linear kitchen styles. What can be better for the tidiness lovers?
Pull Out Drawers:
Nowadays, you can find functional cabinets with different pull-outs and sliding shelves. So we can’t forget the magical pull out drawers. If you don’t have the space for a walk-in pantry, consider maximizing cabinet space with pull-out pantry drawers. Pull-outs allow for better access to items in the back of the cabinet.
Larder Unit with Drawers
Larder and Pantry units are ideal for maximizing storage space within your design, and as well as featuring either shelves or pull-out wirework, Banstead Kitchen Studio larder units also include a number of drawer options. This is a great solution to ensure you have enough drawer storage even if your design doesn’t allow for drawer units to be included.
And of course – the desert: Glass/Laminate Sided Drawers
This is the perfect choice for the complete style and fashion lovers. New design gives more emphasis and excitement for the kitchen.
Glass sided drawer. Clear glass. Laminate sided drawer. Any 11mm panel finish
Whichever drawers you opt for, we will be happy to discuss your requirements in more details to maximize your kitchen space with smartly designed drawers.