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8 Cabinet Door and Drawer Types for an Exceptional Kitchen
Pick a pocket or flip for hydraulic. These alternatives to standard swing-out cabinet doors offer more personalized functionality
Don't resign your new kitchen to standard, everyday cabinet doors and drawers. Make it extra functional and extra beautiful with cabinetry that utilizes every square inch, camouflages potentially messy areas or accents the unique parts. See if these cabinet doors and drawers can enhance your kitchen's design.
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Corner drawers. These are a twist on the corner cabinet, pulling out from the corner. You usually have to bend over backward or crawl on your hands and knees to find items inside a corner cabinet, but these fully accessible drawers help solve that problem.
These drawers may not be available from every cabinetry company; check before settling on a manufacturer.
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Track doors. Consider eliminating all of your swinging doors and place your cabinet doors on a track instead. These cabinet doors slide side to side on a ball-bearing track. Slide one door in front of the other to access the inside of each cabinet.
This system can make things easier, but you can't have every door open at the same time, unlike with traditional side-hinged doors. Also, some homeowners consider the track an eyesore, especially in more traditional kitchens. Look into track hardware with an oil-rubbed-bronze finish for a warmer look.