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Easy to get deep into these cabinets.

Easy to get deep into these cabinets Two ways can be better than one when it comes to opening kitchen cabinets. A second point of entry can make the nether recesses easier to reach and use.

The double-door cabinet in the top photograph, designed by Los Angeles architect Wade Killefer, lets the owner pass clean dishes from the kitchen to a storage place near the dining room.

The front-and side-opening cabinet in the lower photograph, designed by Berkeley kitchen designer Gillian Servais, organizes items by how often they're used.
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