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Silverware drawers make for easy cleanup when they're near the sink and dishwasher. Spices set in a drawer close to the cooktop can make cooking easier. Keep everyday items near the sink or prep area, where you'll be using them the most. Items used less frequently can be placed farther from the main work triangle. Cabinet or Drawer?Although cabinets often cost less than drawers, these architects all agree that deep and wide drawers tend to be more useful. They allow you to use the entire depth of a space and are easier to use. "As a rule of thumb, we always find drawers more comfortable to use than lower shelving behind doors," says architect Heather McKinney in Austin, Texas. For Ogawa, deciding whether to use a cabinet or drawer in undercounter kitchen storage is often determined by the available width. If space allows, use a wide and deep drawer. But in smaller spaces, a cabinet can work better. Don't forget to use narrow banks of drawers too — they can be great for nice silverware and table linens.