Making Kitchen Cabinet Accessories: Custom Designs for Space Savers and Organizers

July 30, 2013 - Comment

A collection of space-saving, attractive and efficiency-enhancing kitchen projects to suit most cabinet designs. Starting with problem solvers as simple as cutting boards and chopping blocks built into a kitchen counter, it includes a whole host of projects such as door racks, tilt-out trays, galley rails, spice racks, can rotators, drawer organizers, storage bins –

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A collection of space-saving, attractive and efficiency-enhancing kitchen projects to suit most cabinet designs. Starting with problem solvers as simple as cutting boards and chopping blocks built into a kitchen counter, it includes a whole host of projects such as door racks, tilt-out trays, galley rails, spice racks, can rotators, drawer organizers, storage bins – literally dozens of answers to kitchen needs. And you don’t need to be an expert craftsperson to try your hand, as there are over 200 drawings and close-up photographs designed to make each project easy to follow.

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No Prob Rob says:

Some good ideas, but quality and presentation are lacking -This book offers ideas and instructions for building kitchen cabinet accessories and organizers. None of the projects are particularly new or ingenious, but some could be helpful if your kitchen is disorganized or short on space. Most are reasonably easy for anyone with average experience with basic hand tools and simple power tools to accomplish.Projects include:1) work space — stand-alone cutting boards and chopping blocks, countertop inserts, permanent…

B. Christian "creator of jewelry" says:

Loaded This book is loaded with ideas. Lots of pictures and drawings. It shows and explains how to make everything from cutting boards to movable islands. It is also loaded with instructions for many ways to organize the kitchen and pantry, like lazy susans, spice racks, appliance garage and stowaway island. A very useful book for someone looking for ways to improve their kitchen.

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