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Cabinet organizers

Posted by jbarbash (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 10, 13 at 11:14

Hi I am new to this forum and new to kitchen remodeling.

I like the modern look of slab maple cabinets w a glaze. I don't know the comparable general price, or sturdiness of these compared to shaker painted
Cabs, which I also considered. I am thinking of Diamond cabinetry.

I want durable cabinets for the long haul and would rather save by making economical choices in regards to choosing drawers or pull out cabinets, the types of organizers that may be essential, and whether you can get good organizers afterward for a lot less money that are not built in to the cabinets.
Thanks very much for any advice.


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RE: Cabinet organizers

In my last remodel (about to start another), we used after-market cabinet inserts/organizers partly because the cabinet companies offerings were more expensive, but mostly because I liked what I found on the after-market better (but still not INexpensive) - Hafele and others.

My current KD/cabinet store person SUGGESTED we use after-market products because the ones that the cabinet line offers are so much more expensive.

My two favorite things were the condiment pull-out I had to the left of my cooktop, and the vertical tray/cutting board/cookie sheet slots to the right and above the refrigerator.


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RE: Cabinet organizers

Thank u, sjhockeyfan.


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