Kitchen island accessories to help keep your timber frame kitchen organized.
|Drawer Dividers These trays can be used to isolate and organize kitchen utensils inside any drawer. Shenandoah Cabinetry cutlery divider kit (sold exclusively at Lowe’s®). (877) 569-3774; www.shenandoahcabinetry.com|
|Lid Rack Tame the clutter of different-sized lids with a lid rack. It’s nothing more than a wire basket that slides out on drawer slides to corral all your lids. Loroman cookware lid rack. www.amazon.com|
|Tray Dividers Cutting boards, cookie sheets and other baking trays can be impossible to store without creating a jumbled mess. Slotted dividers let you stack them vertically inside cabinets. Shenandoah Cabinetry tray divider (sold exclusively at Lowe’s®). (877) 569-3774; www.shenandoahcabinetry.com|
|Tilt-Out Sink Tray You can use that wasted space in front of the sink by installing a tilt-out sink front tray to hold sponges, brushes and other small cleaning supplies. American Woodmark tilt-out tray (sold exclusively at Home Depot). (800) 677-8182; www.woodmark-homedepot.com|
|Pull-Down Shelf For hard-to-reach items in upper cabinets. It’s a pull-down shelf that lets you literally pull the contents of the shelf within easy reach. Rev-A-Shelf pull-down shelving system in chrome. (800) 626-1126; www.revashelf.com|
|Saving Face While most of the sides of your island will be composed of cabinet doors, drawers and possibly appliances, how about a decorative look for the side of the island that faces out into the great room? Create continuity by using materials from your great room such as beadboard, wainscoting or manufactured stone. Of course, logs are a natural choice, too.|