Announcing: Tiered Drawer Storage

October 22, 20152 comments

two-tiered drawer insert storage includes a sliding cutlery tray above the main cutlery tray

Double a drawer’s organized capacity.

Our CliqStudios design team is excited to announce our latest storage solution – the two-tiered drawer. The beautifully crafted wooden insert doubles the organized space in a single drawer, optimizing storage, de-cluttering counters and consolidating utensils near work stations.

The tiered drawer boxes are constructed of solid hardwood sides and dividers and sturdy plywood bottoms. The lower drawer box opens on Blum® concealed soft-close glides. The top box rolls back on steel side-mounted glides for access to the lower box. Drawer units lift out easily for cleaning.

The two-tiered storage drawer is available in as the top drawer in most 15- to 24-inch wide base cabinets (standard, roll-out-tray, three-drawer, tray, and trash basket). Divider configurations vary with width.

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  1. Joe Reply

    Cost of Two Tiered Drawer . Base Cabinet Widths it comes in. Also can you get a Drawer base with multiple Tiered Drawers

    • CliqStudios Design Reply

      Hello, Joe,

      Thank you for your interest in our tiered-drawer storage unit. It comes in 15, 18, 21 and 24-inch base cabinets. You can see more detail at https://www.cliqstudios.com/tiered-drawer-storage-insert/. Pricing will be determined by a number of factors, including your cabinet style, so please contact our Design Studio toll free at 888-350-1242 or by email at designteam@cliqstudios.com to determine the cost.

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