Who wouldn’t love to have implements stored in a pullout like this one, in a design by Kirstin Havnaer, Hearthstone Interior Design? They are stored upright (no rummaging) and within arm’s reach of the cooktop. Via Houzz
"Dishes are highly accessible when stored in drawers, but need to be secured to prevent shifting when the drawer is opened or closed. Enter the utilitarian pegboard. Tall pegs, inserted into the pegboard that lines the bottom of the drawer, keep dishes in place to minimize potential chipping and breaking. Plus, the pegs can be reconfigured if you want to change arrangements or get new dishes that are a different size." fantastic, especially for short people like me!
Wonder what it would cost to add the shelf to ours.... Hidden Assets : A pullout fronted by a panel that resembles three drawer fronts conceals multiple receptacles. Accommodate cleanup tools and extra trashcan liners by including a storage shelf above the bin