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Organising Crockery, Utensils and Small Appliances Part Seven

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

As such then your pots and pans will likely need to be stacked inside one another. Fortunately you can use a fairly simple method here of placing the smaller pots inside the larger ones (and the much larger pans can easily go at the bottom). This way they will fit together like Russian dolls. To achieve this however the lids will have to go elsewhere. If you can get space then placing baking bowls and trays in these cabinets also makes sense.

When you purchase cabinets you should also ensure you have at least a few drawers as this is where you will likely keep your cutlery. Purchase a tray to go inside the drawers and this way you can separate out your cutlery so you have a knives and forks separate etc. A drawer underneath should normally be left for things like can openers and spatchelors.

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