Kitchen design by Arciform senior designer Chelly Wentworth.
There are seemingly endless options for cabinet and drawer inserts. At Versatile Wood Products we always try to select the top of the line products to compliment our high end cabinets. Here are some of our most used options.
Waste container pullouts
This series is our first choice when it comes to waste storage. They are mounted on the bottom of the cabinet, and on the back of the door, making it easy to pullout and close. They are sleek, soft closing, have a nice slide and are very sturdy. Available in a single or double (one or two waste containers) door mount system and have an anodized aluminum frame. The bins are available in silver and white.
A less expensive option is this wire tray version:
This system can work with a swing door, and has a wire tray that pulls out. Unlike the first series, this requires a wider space to allow for the hinges. This is not a soft closing option.
These are great for organizing baking sheets, dishes and trays. No more clanking around in your drawers for that cookie sheet! They are available in chrome and white, and can be spaced according to your preferences.
Tip out trays
The perfect way to keep your sponges out of eyesight, and off of your new counters. This is available in stainless steel and a variety of sizes to fit under your sink.
This is a great option to keep your pots and pans organized, and easy to grab, available in stainless steel.
Pullout pantries are a great way to utilize cabinet space, while having it blend into your kitchen. Your pantry items are easily accessible from either side, and nothing gets left in the back of your cabinet. Versatile’s top two choices are below, the biggest differences being sizing options and shelving materials. These pantry systems mount at the top and bottom of the cabinet, making them extremely sturdy. They are sleek and soft closing, hidden behind a cabinet door.
This series is available in three heights and two widths, and have adjustable maple shelves with an anti-skid transparent coating.
This option is available in four heights and various widths, has wire racks and a chrome finish.
For a less contemporary look, this maple and plywood system is also a less expensive option. This is a lighter weight pullout as it is only mounted at the bottom of the cabinet. It is available in three heights and four widths.
Spice trays are the perfect way to save cabinet shelf or counter space, and are a great way to organize your spices.
We really like this wood insert. This is a great, sturdy option and it can be customized to fit various drawers.
There are two polymer options that we also really like.
This is a tiered insert, 50″ x 21″ and can be trimmed down to fit in any drawer. Available in a glossy or textured finish, and white or almond colors.
A smaller version is above, 16″ x 21 1/4″, that can be trimmed to fit. Available in a glossy white finish.
Another option for spice organization is a base cabinet pullout. Available in 3″, 6″ or 9″ models, have wood shelves and are soft closing. As this is a narrow pullout, it can be hidden behind a decorative cabinet.
There are a few options to choose from when it comes to lazy susans. We typically select the half-moon or kidney-shape shelves as they are not attached to the door. Door mounted (attached to the back of the door) units are available only with inset doors, thus limiting cabinet options in your kitchen. Both units below are base mounted (attached to the bottom of the cabinet).
To maximize a deep and long base cabinet that might not be used to it’s full potential, this half-moon shape shelf is a great option. The shelves pivot and pull out, allowing for easy access to those items in the back of the cabinet.
For a larger, corner cabinet, this kidney shape shelving unit swivels, providing easy to access to all items in the cabinet.
This pie shape shelf is a good option for an inset door. The shelving unit is attached to the door and rotates to allow access to all cabinet items.
All three options are available in polymer, which is durable and easy to clean. They come in almond and white colors.
Another great insert option are the trays made by Versatile Wood Products.
These trays are made of bamboo, with dovetail joints, available with or without a scoop handle. They are a great option to add some organization to your cabinets.
All of these inserts can be included in your custom cabinetry design when you work with Versatile Wood Products.
Versatile’s cabinetry specializes in traditional face frame construction and includes bamboo drawer boxes, soft close hinges and ¾ inch plywood boxes as standard features. Each design is custom manufactured to the unique specifications of your kitchen without the scribes, fillers and compromises that some other cabinet manufacturers use.
There are endless options when it comes to cabinet and drawer inserts, so speak to our Cabinet and Custom Product Specialist today for more information and to decide which options are best for your project, firstname.lastname@example.org
Stay tuned for cabinet door material insert options!