When you hear custom kitchen cabinets, you probably picture sturdy doors with intricate detailing and seamless push-to-open drawers. And while those features can drive up the cost, it’s what’s happening on the inside that makes going custom pricey. Not only are the depths of the drawers made to fit your space to a T, you can also make every nook function better with vertical dividers, sliding shelves, and integrated racks. But what if we told you there was a way to achieve that same bespoke feel for Amazon prices?
Professional organizer Meggie Mangione was the one who tipped us off to Rev-a-Shelf, a brand that makes pull-outs, lazy Susans, under-the-sink caddies, and other systems to go inside standard-size pantries and cabinets. In addition to selling products on its own site, the company has a whole shop on Amazon, meaning you can stock up on savvy organizers while also getting a jump-start on your holiday shopping.
Mangione incorporated a number of the company’s products into her newly renovated kitchen in Houston, designed by Jacob Medina, including a slim two-tier spice pull-out and a sliding mechanism that fits into tricky blind-spot corners. What was once wasted space is now a practical spot to store bulky Tupperware, water bottles, pot lids, cleaning supplies, mixing bowls, and more.
The trash pull-outs—something you’ll find in most custom-designed kitchens—are another game-changing tool. You shouldn’t have to splurge on millwork just to spare yourself the pain of looking at a shiny metal bin. The fix is a few clicks away from your cart.
Rev-A-Shelf Blind Corner Slide Out, Amazon ($400)
Rev-A-Shelf Utensil Pullout Drawer Organizer, Amazon ($160)
Rev-A-Shelf Door Mounted Wooden Spice Rack, Amazon ($73)
Rev-A-Shelf Trash Can Under Mount Pull-Out, Amazon ($250)
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