With sliding shelves, you can see and access items at the back as easily as at the front. A shallow lip around each shelf keeps supplies from falling off. If you’re installing the cabinet on the floor, get it in place and screw directly through the back of the cabinet into a stud in the wall.

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Most kitchen cabinets include just one or two shelves, which often isn’t enough to organize your items. Give cabinets a boost with an added shelf organizer ($11, The Container Store) to bring order to pots, pans, skillets, and lids. Organizing all lids together allows pots to rest inside each other.

Corner Cabinet Organizer

You’re more likely to recycle when paper, plastic, and glass bins are easily within reach. Stow these containers neatly inside cabinets near the kitchen cleanup zone. These pullout cabinets feature cutouts sized to hold plastic waste receptacles that are easy to lift out and empty when needed. To give your cabinets a professional look, go back and fill the screw holes with putty and let it dry before you stain or paint your cabinet.

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They can be anywhere from 12 to 60 inches wide and around 30 to 36 inches high. To give the frame a polished look, you can fill the nail holes with wood putty. Plan on drilling 2 screws onto the side of each brace and 5 screws along each side of the bottom piece. Set 1 support brace on the back panel where it meets the bottom and put the other support brace at the top.

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Kitchen cabinets can be repainted, restained, refaced, and refurbished in numerous ways to extend their lifespan. The major indicator that your kitchen cabinets need to be replaced is when the cabinet boxes are structurally falling apart, and repairs are too costly or difficult.

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