What types of convenience items can I build into my kitchen?

kitchen cabinets with storage and convenience features

Build convenience features into your new kitchen

Did you know that there are many convenience items you can build into your new kitchen? Some are as simple as a coffee system with a timer.  Or add a kitchen seat that doubles as a storage bench, allowing visitors to sit near the table while storing backpacks or purses where you can always find them.  While this list is not exhaustive, take a look at the photos here and see if you spot the features you want to add into your new kitchen.

Built in features make this kitchen rich in convenience

Built in features make this kitchen rich in convenience

Coffee Service, wine racks, bookshelves, storage bench, appliance garage (place with a retractable door that hides small appliances you want on the counter), microwave over stove with a fan (saves the space of a hood), spice racks, herb drawers, pull out pantry, bookcases and dish display cases, knife cabinets, silver cabinets, hidden TV’s, hidden power in islands and peninsulas and more.

Build convenience features into your new kitchen

Build a storage bench into your new kitchen

For more ideas, take a look at the storage solutions on our website, then make an appointment for a kitchen designer to help you determine the features you can build into your new kitchen to save you time and maximize your enjoyment.

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For over 39 years, thousands of satisfied homeowners have kept The Kitchen Warehouse growing by recommending them to their family and friends. Long before home centers began dabbling in kitchen cabinets and design, the experts at The Kitchen Warehouse were tailoring LA’s finest kitchens to be both functional and good looking.
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