Make a cool toe-kick drawer for extra kitchen storage!

Make a toe-kick drawer for extra kitchen storage!
Make a toe-kick drawer for extra kitchen storage!

If you’re struggling to find enough storage space in your kitchen, why not make use of the toe-kick? This is the area between your cabinet’s base and the floor, and it can be a great place to store things like small appliances, pots and pans, and other kitchen essentials.

Toe-kick drawers are an excellent way to make use of the often wasted space beneath your kitchen cabinets. Plus, it’s a great way to free up space in your cabinets and keep your kitchen organized.

Toe Kick Drawer

Most people usually overlook this part of the kitchen but it offers valuable storage space that many of us need! By making toe-kick drawers, you’ll have the perfect storage area for kitchen equipment that you do not frequently use. You can also store miscellaneous supplies such as plastic cutlery and unopened packs of table napkins.

If you’re looking for an easy way to add extra storage to your kitchen, consider installing toe-kick drawers. This is a great solution if you have existing cabinets, but it’s even easier if you’re installing new ones. Toe-kick drawers are a great way to make use of the often-underutilized space beneath your cabinets.

They’re perfect for storing things like cooking utensils, silverware, or even small appliances. And because they’re installed at the base of your cabinets, they’re easy to access – no more bending down or reaching up to get what you need.

Toe kick drawers are a great way to add extra storage space to your home, and they can be installed in a variety of locations. In the bathroom, for example, you can use them to store towels, toiletries, and other items out of sight. They can also be used as a secret storage space for items you don’t want anyone to know about!

If you’re looking for a clever storage solution, check out our album or click on the link below for step-by-step instructions. With this easy-to-follow guide, you’ll be able to declutter your space in no time!

Do you have a cabinet that could use this additional toe-kick drawer?

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You’ll need these materials:

  • Ikea Rationell Drawer Kit
  • Scrap Wood
  • 1-1/2″ Wood Screws
  • Drawer Hardware

And these tools:

  • Measuring Tape
  • Marker
  • Drill
  • Miter Saw
  • Table Saw
  • Small Carpenter’s Square

When planning to install a toe-kick drawer in your kitchen, the first thing you should consider is the type of cabinet you already have. This will determine the size of your toe-kick drawer as well as the cost of your project. If you have a standard cabinet, then your toe-kick drawer will likely be less expensive and easier to install than if you have a custom cabinet.

Another factor to consider is the purpose of your toe-kick drawer. If you simply need extra storage space, then you can opt for a less expensive model. However, if you are looking for a way to organize your kitchen more effectively, then you may want to invest in a higher-quality drawer with more features.

Before you begin building your drawer, you’ll need to take some measurements. Specifically, you’ll need to measure the space available in your toe-kick area. This will give you the dimensions for the drawer you’ll be making.

With those measurements in hand, you can start planning the construction of your drawer. Keep in mind that you’ll need to account for the thickness of the materials you’re using, as well as any hardware that will be needed to mount the drawer. Once you have a plan in place, you can start building!

If you’re interested in this project, you can get step-by-step instructions from Tikkido over here



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