Once you have the handles attached to the wall, you should be able to fit two or three S-hooks on them. This way they will loop over the handles with a curved bottom of the hook coming up on the outside. This is where you can hang your utensils. As you may have noticed, most of the cooking utensils in your kitchen drawers have a loop at the top. It's meant for them to be hanging somewhere. By using a couple extra kitchen cabinet handles placed in open space on your wall you created that perfect area put those utensils away.
Choosing drawers for your lower cabinets provides far more flexibility meaning kitchen elements can be stored and retrieved easily. Baseline drawers are also better for storing large items such as pots, frying pans and casseroles. Whilst rollout trays provide similar functionality they require additional cabinetry: doors and rollout trays.
The final choice if you are replacing odd sized drawer knobs is to buy ones with a back plate. A back plate can cover the existing holes. No one will know they are there. It will eliminate the problem inherent in the other option where you have to match the finish of the holes to the drawer front. Many drawer pulls come with back plates. You can search the home improvement stores and hardware stores looking for that ideal set of cabinet handles. It takes a lot of leg work, but you get a first hand look at any hardware you are considering. If it is a local store, you are likely to know how good their return policies are, as well.
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