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Organising Crockery, Utensils and Small Appliances Part Eight

Posted by Nathan Lincoln on 12/30/2010 to Blog

You should also have some cabinets with doors left to one side for your glasses and mugs. Normally these will be wall mounted to make the glasses and mugs easy to reach. As they are light and not stacked they are likely safer up there than other kitchen items and it is also practical because of how often you will likely use them (arguably more often than any of the other items). For this reason though it's also important to avoid putting your glasses anywhere where people will be in the way coming to get glasses of water (near the sink also makes sense).

You should also keep some cabinets for both your appliances like blenders etc and for your canned food unless you have a larder. Normally appliances will go lower down in base cabinets, but tinned food and seasoning can go either higher up or lower down.

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