Thursday, March 21, 2019


by Medallion Cabinetry
Ready for spring cleaning via storage? So what’s a popular organization that most people want in their kitchen remodel? Two words: spice storage. According to the 2019 Houzz Kitchen Study, it’s one of the top 3 changes homeowners make for their kitchen remodel!
But there are several different applications for spice storage— giving you complete visibility to your spice collection at a glance. Perfect for anyone who has ever had to make a last minute run for that one spice you swore you had, but just couldn’t find. (Of course, you always find it after you’ve gone out to the grocery store and restocked!)
So let’s jump in and look at the best ways to incorporate spice storage your kitchen:


It’s basic in a good way–tried and true. The perfect place is right next to the cooktop. When you have the benefit of a wide top drawer, you can also stack an organizer insert next to the tiered spice insert and store measuring spoons and cups in there too. (Because unless you’re Gordon Ramsey, you’re not just eyeballing how much nutmeg to put into your pumpkin bread!)


This item is perfect for the spice connoisseur. It works great alone, or you might add one on each side of the range for spices and oils. For even more spice storage, you could include the wall pull-out, giving you a quadruple arrangement for the ultimate in organization!


When you don’t have quite enough space for the narrow pull-out, this option is an amazing alternative. Available in 3″ and 6″ widths–you’ll be surprised at just how much fits inside!



When to use it:
This flexible “go anywhere” kit allows for the perfect placement on-site and multiple units can be stacked side-by-side. Each kit contains two-tiered racks that pull out individually on smooth, ball-bearing glides.


Similar in size to the Filler Pull-Out above, this leg front option adds significant panache to your design. With 11 leg designs to choose from, there is sure to be a fit for every design style from Transitional to Farmhouse to Modern. It truly is a great custom touch, and, from personal experience, I can say how impressed I was with how much the pair held that I had flanking my range. And oh how fun it was to surprise guests when I pulled them open!


Repetition can be a great counterpart to a linear design and these symmetrical stacked cubbies add a taste of apothecary charm for both function and form. This is an artisan design of wood drawer boxes on wood guides, which means the entire box can easily slide out and be taken to the cooking area or whatever the task may be. Available in both vertical and horizontal configurations. 

So there you have it, six options for tidying up spices.  Ready to spice up your kitchen?  Stop by Cabinet-S-Top and speak with one of our expert designers.  Located at 1977 Medina Road, Medina, OH 44256 | 330.239.3630 |

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

5 Small-Space Kitchen Ideas That Anyone Can Use

by Fisher & Paykel

Most homeowners daydream about meticulously clean kitchen counters and perfectly organized cabinets. In fact, Houzz’s 2018 Kitchen Trends Study showed that a full 75 percent of homeowners obsess over decluttering kitchen surfaces and 66 percent about putting things away. To help provide solutions, designer Toni Sabatino teamed up with appliance brand Fisher & Paykel to give some space-saving advice, whether you live in a compact home or have square footage to spare.

New Looks for Cabinets and Countertops Emerging in 2019

by Erin Carlyle 
New products and styles for cabinets and countertops were on display at the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show, the industry’s biggest event, held in Las Vegas from Feb. 19 to 21, 2019. Dark tones for cabinets and counters were seen throughout the show, as well as engineered surfaces inspired by natural and industrial materials. Read on to learn about the new trends we spotted at the trade show for the kitchen and bath industries.

Thursday, February 28, 2019

New Looks for Kitchen and Bath Faucets in 2019

by Erin Carlyle

New products and styles of fixtures and hardware were showcased at the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS), the industry’s biggest event, held in Las Vegas from Feb. 19 to 21, 2019. We noticed an expansion of offerings in gold finishes as well as in matte black finishes, along with a new take on the mixed-metals trend. Read on to learn about the emerging design trends we spotted at the trade show for the kitchen and bath industries.