Your Guide to Kitchen Cabinet Refacing
Get Organized with Specialty Drawer Cabinetsby Jeffrey Anderson
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An older kitchen can have its appearance revitalized by a refacing project, but can you modernize how it functions? There are now many specialized drawer cabinets that can make working in your kitchen much easier and may help you get organized at the same time.
Specialized Drawer Cabinets for Extra Space, Efficiency
Cabinet manufacturers realize that an organized kitchen allows you to cook more efficiently and that's especially important if you've had a busy day and don't feel like spending hours preparing a meal. There are a number of different specialized drawer cabinets available that can keep all of your cooking ingredients within easy reach and make cleaning up when you're finished a breeze.
Most of these drawer cabinets are common sizes: make a quick switch if you have a standard base cabinet you can do without, or just add a few additional cabinets if you have room. Reface unfinished drawer cabinets along with your other cabinets or purchase cabinets to match your kitchen's new appearance. A few of the drawer cabinets you might want to consider:
These and many other specialized drawer cabinets are available from manufacturers such as Yorktowne Cabinets; pricing can vary depending on size, finish, and the type of cabinet you choose.
About the Author
Jeffrey Anderson has a Degree in English from V.M.I., and served as an officer in the Marine Corps. He worked in Residential and Commercial construction management for 25 years before retiring to write full time. He spends his time writing, remodeling