Space -Optimal space usage
Storage space needs differ
Size of household and lifestyle
If you've got a big family, you'll need more storage space - especially for crockery, pots and pans and food. Your storage space requirements can also depend on your personal lifestyle, for example, if you regularly entertain guests.
- Size of household
Cooking and buying habits
If you like to cook complicated dishes, make sure you have enough space for special cooking utensils and equipment. If you go shopping often, you'll need less space for provisions than someone who does bulk buying once or twice a month.
- Cooking habits
- Shopping habits
Make optimal use of storage space
By using a wide pull-out instead of two narrow ones, you can create up to 15% more storage space.
Higher pull-outs with closed side panels use every inch of storage space available. Items can be stacked more easily and you gain up to 55% more space.
Use deeper pull-outs if you've got enough space. This produces up to 30% more storage space.
Create new storage space
Blum's sink pull-out creates new storage space
Use a pull-out instead of a cover panel. And you have storage space in places you would never have imagined. You might even fit in two pull-outs depending on the cabinet construction.
The SPACE CORNER for spacious corner drawers
You can make optimal use of the space in corners with the SPACE CORNER cabinet. Cutlery, knives and odds and ends are well organised and within easy reach.
The SPACE TOWER for all your provisions
Blum's SPACE TOWER larder unit has five pull-outs that open individually to provide plenty of space for all your provisions. It comes in various widths, so you can choose the size that best suits your storage space needs.