“I saw this photo on your website, but I don’t see how to design and order one like it. How would I do that?”
Good question. The drawer in the above image is ~38″ wide by ~13″ deep and 3″ tall. We didn’t (and still don’t) have a template on our site for so many columns. (The above insert has nine columns.)
If you only need five or fewer columns, you could design a glassware insert on our website using the Phillip template for five columns or the DeAnn template for four.
For a glass insert with more than five columns, you would need to email us the following information:
- your drawer dimensions (our measuring recommendations are here.)
- height of the insert
- do you want an attached wood bottom on your insert? (It would add 0.25″ to the overall height of the insert.)
- do you have hardware screws that protrude behind the drawer face?
- the diameter(s) and quantity of glasses to be stored.
In the case with the above insert, she had two different sizes of glasses, but the way the spacing worked out, all of the compartments are sized equally. Sometimes, it might be best to have two differently sized compartments. You’ll notice the mugs in the back are stored outside of the insert.
For glassware inserts, we recommend targeted dividers. (Targeted dividers are not adjustable.)
Another solution for a glassware insert for drawers not wider than 30″is our clear acrylic Cubby Grid.
Bethany handles most of the customer service at Orderly Drawer. Being the wife of the creator/designer, she’s also privvy to the new design concepts that are cooking in Nathan’s mind. New designs have sometimes been developed based on what she hears from customers. So speak up! Your particular drawer organization needs might be the inspiration for our next product or template.