Find great colors and storage solutions with the top cabinetry finds at the 2008 Kitchen and Bath Industry Show.

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-If you're remodeling your kitchen, here's a handy tip: think cabinetry first. Hello, I'm Linda Eggerss, Editor of Kitchen and Bath Ideas Magazine, and I'm here at The Annual Kitchen & Bath Industry Show. You've got hundreds of options for cabinetry in your kitchen, and today, I'm gonna show you a few of my favorites. -Wellborn's Hanover cabinetry, shown here in oak, offers a warm contemporary look combining clean-lined slab-front drawers with a natural cherry finish. The handsome units are available with a variety of storage options, including these corner cabinets with swing-out shelves that make the most of tight spaces. Store more with the ultimate drawer runner system from Craftmade. Use the top tray for shallow items like cutting boards or linens, then store bigger items below. For more easy-to-reach storage, consider these swing-up wall-mount cabinets which look like the overhead storage bins on airplanes. The South Pacific is as close as your kitchen with these island-inspired looks from Medallion. Part of the Moku Collection, the Fiji door style shown in Sundance has an applied bamboo molding. The Tahiti style, shown in Seagrass, features a unique, reeded center panel. The result is casual tropical elegance. The Nantucket door from Aristokraft, with its sculpted lines, brings classic charm to a traditional-look kitchen. The raised center panel design is available in both square and arch styles, and the laminate surface is smooth to the touch. The Selena door from Diamond Cabinets has earned a commendation from the Arthritis Foundation for its easy-to-open nature. Shown here in maple, the cabinetry is also easy on the eyes thanks to a moss glaze. This bath version includes door-mounted racks for toiletries and a roll-out laundry hamper. This cabinetry solution from Omega takes a common kitchen weak spot----a corner----and turns it into a stylish storage strength. Special drawers with angled fronts tuck neatly into the corner, letting you reach items easily. It's an efficient alternative to the typical Lazy Susan. -When you're choosing cabinetry for your kitchen, make it a wise decision. It means a lot to your kitchen and how it looks. And those are my hot picks for cabinetry.