Our line of sink base accessories has grown so large that we dedicated an entire chapter to it. We are proud to offer innovative and versatile products including our Tip-Out Trays, U-Shaped Pullout Wire Basket and Under Sink Caddy. These popular accessories feature the same superior quality adherent throughout the Rev‑A‑Shelf product line. In this section you will find everything you need to keep your sink cabinets organized.
The types of materials and finishes used in a design can create a particular ambiance or look. Choosing the right one is critical and is why we offer our sink cabinet accessories in materials like traditional wood, polymer, wire and stainless steel.
Rev-A-Shelf sink cabinet accessories are offered with an array of slide types and sizes, including full-extension, soft-close, and undermount ball-bearing.
Soft-Close Slides: Slows the product as it closes, ensuring that it doesn’t slam.
Undermount Ball-Bearing Slides: Features lubricated bearings that move drawers allowing smooth opening and closing action. These slides typically have a release feature for easy product removal.
Not every cabinet is the same and is why we offer different mounting options that include accessories that mount to cabinet floors and/or sidewalls, while some affix under and even in-between cabinets. Many require and include our patented door mounting brackets that allow you to use the product as you would any other cabinet in your home and ensures a custom look.
Rev-A-Shelf features sink cabinet solutions for most cabinet openings.
Kitchen cabinets are 24” deep and bathroom cabinets are 21” deep. Bathroom cabinets are typically shorter in height at 21” high vs. kitchen cabinets that are usually 34”.
Face Frame cabinets incorporate a wood “frame” around the front of the outer edge of the cabinet box.
They are considered more traditional and offer some style variation based on the amount of door overlay, which is the extent the door covers or “lays-over” the face frame.
Full Access cabinets also referred to as “frameless” they offer a bit more accessibility than framed cabinets. This is because in the construction there is no inside edge of a frame that’s partially blocking the perimeter of the cabinet opening.
Described as a “European” or “Contemporary” style of cabinet, the doors are typically full-overlay (covering the entire front of the cabinet box) though some can be made as full-inset.