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Organising Crockery, Utensils and Small Appliances Part Two

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

First of all you need to decide which items to keep in which cabinets. This is simply a matter of deciding what you are going to use more or less and you will want to ensure that the items you use more regularly are the ones that you keep nearer to you. At the same time you should keep your crockery in the cabinets that are nearest to where you'll be nearing them. For instance then when you stack your pots and pans, it makes sense for you to keep the cabinets for this near the hob where you will be using them. Likewise baking trays should be near as likely your hob and your oven are one and the same appliance. You need to think then about where you are going to be dishing up, where you will likely prepare food and more. This way you can then keep your cutlery used for cutting meat and bread by the flat surface where you will be preparing your things, and you can keep your crockery for dishing up near to the exit from the kitchen so that it doesn't have as far to be carried when you put it on the table.


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3 Comments

Shane Doyle
Date: 6/30/2015
You could use our two drawer base cabinet. This cabinet is great for storing pots and pans with its deep drawers.
anna breslin
Date: 6/30/2015
I am looking for a cabinet for my kitchen too store pots and pans and extras in a suitable size that fits in place without a hassle.
anna breslin
Date: 6/30/2015
I am looking for a cabinet for my kitchen too store pots and pans and extras in a suitable size that fits in place without a hassle.

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