Kitchen Cabinetry Video Tour

Kitchen Cabinetry Video Tour - roomfortuesday.comAfter sharing an informal, quick cabinetry tour on my Insta stories last month, I’m following up (as promised) with a complete video tour here on the blog! If you’re interested to peek inside our newly renovated kitchen and see how our cabinets function, this video is for you. Click through to check it out!

Kitchen Cabinetry Video Tour - roomfortuesday.comThis tour is about as real as it gets, friends… our kitchen cabinets as we live with them on the daily- the good, the bad, and the messy. Haha! Major props to Emmett for being my Vanna White in the video below…

Hopefully that helped to show you some of our cabinetry functions in action! I wish I could’ve shared every single cabinet, but that would’ve made for a lonnnnnng video. We also have these handy pull-out trash bins…

Tips for Designing a Functional Kitchen (+ A Video Recap) - roomfortuesday.comIf you’re curious about recent kitchen posts, check out the following (I’ve covered a BUNCH in the past few months):

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We finished the kitchen just over a month ago, and I’m still loving these little details. It feels like an absolute dream to live in this space and use it on the daily. The careful planning, preparation, and hard work certainly paid off. I’m glad I spent time considering FUNCTION- especially in regards to the cabinetry.

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Cabinet questions? Kitchen questions? I’d love to hear what you thought of our video in the comment section below! We’re entertaining this weekend for Labor Day and having a newly renovated kitchen has been incredible. It’s so much more functional than the existing one!

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  1. 👏👏👏 I know you were featuring the cabinets and their function, but I am definitely still mesmerized by the soapstone! The mixer lift is an obvious dream, but I also think those corner cabinet contraptions are genius. I like that the narrow cabinets are pullouts, too. The video really helped me see how much I covet the soft close feature, and that you’re an organizing wizard! My big question though is about that cap/pour device on your wine bottle?! I might need one. Thanks to you and Emmett for obliging us with a video.💖

    1. Thanks Peggi! I am loving our countertops, for sure. The corner cabinets have been really amazing- I’m glad we opted for those in place of a lazy susan. I really feel like we optimized the space best! Here is the wine stopper / pouring tool : … for $10, it’s one thing we use all the time! It toggles between open and closed.

  2. Ok, I was super curious to see how you dealt with the blind corners and this was really helpful! I need to redo my cabinets, but there’s not enough space for a lazy susan, but I think this might work!

    1. Happy to hear the video was helpful, Lori! The corner pull outs are such a great use of space, and SO functional. We love having those!

  3. I am still so obsessed with this kitchen! My last kitchen was navy as well, but I love the moodiness brought by your soapstone counters. My question is about cabinet sizing–are there any standards for “the flatware drawer should be xx inches,” “you need xx inches for glassware,” etc. What size is your trash pullout? Thank you!!

    1. Aw thanks Julie! There are definitely standard cabinet sizes that the organizers fit into… and multiple options for each category. For example, the trash pull-outs had 7 different configurations and size options that all fit “standard” waste baskets / recycling bins. Hope this helps! I think your best bet is to go into your local store and check out the options from their cabinetry book. There are so many more choices than what you see online. Hope this helps :)

  4. Question! How easy/hard is it to unload the dishes from the dishwasher into the cabinet right above it? That’s the first thing I noticed and it gave me anxiety trying to figure out how that would go! Since you can’t stand on the dishwasher door, do you have enough room on either side to be able to reach into the cabinet? I feel like the location of dinnerware and silverware in relation to the dishwasher is crucial and something most people don’t realize until they live with it for a few weeks! Just curious!

    1. Great question Cori! It’s really pretty easy… I can fit to the right side of it, but Emmett can’t. Typically, we unload, organize, and stack everything on the countertop… then distribute it into cabinets. It hasn’t been an issue for us :) I totally agree though- you definitely have to consider how your family uses a kitchen and organize accordingly.

  5. It’s probably too intrusive, but I would love to see your pantry above the microwave. I’m considering doing something similar and I have been anxiously waiting to see how you maximize your space!

  6. Anna Haugh says:

    Do you remember the cabinet style/brand and the custom stain that you picked out for your bottom old kitchen cabinets? I’m over the moon about this kitchen

  7. sharonna misha says:

    am I being too nosey if I ask what you store right below the cabinets with your everyday dishes?
    {or did I miss that in the video?}

    1. Not at all! Happy to share… we keep our linens in that drawer (dish cloths, napkins, kitchen towels, etc).

  8. Love your kitchen so much! Is that a Diamond hood from Lowes as well?

    1. Thank you, Brittany! Yes- the hood also came from Lowe’s :)

  9. Karen Daroca says:

    Love all the cabinet ideas. Did you purchase your range hood from Lowes also? If not, could you please tell me where you got it. It’s beautiful.

    Thank you

  10. Hi! In the midst of a remodel and also looking to hide my microwave in a dedicated cabinet (ours will be behind pocket doors). Do you have any ventilation issues with your microwave being behind a cabinet? Very mixed results online. Or did you buy a specific microwave that could be put in a cabinet? Hoping to hear from someone who has it.

    1. Sarah Gibson says:

      We haven’t had any issues with ventilation at all. Of course when the microwave is in use, the doors are open.