If you love experimenting with food and your mind is always brimming with new ideas for recipes, you know the bane of every cook is a messy kitchen.
The will to create something new and tango with an array of ideas shatters at the sight of the chaos that has become your kitchen. You’re not sure what to do.
Should you get rid of half of the utensils, pots, and pans? Or is the pantry full of ingredients the problem?
We say it’s neither! All you need is a little bit of organization and you’re set. This is where pull-out shelves come in. Without further ado, let’s look at your options:
Pull-out shelves with wire baskets are excellent if you have a lot of cutlery. Not only are they a great way to organize your cutlery, they can de-clutter your kitchen. If you’re not a huge fan of plates and mugs out in the open, then wire baskets are an excellent solution.
You can use them to store your plates, mugs, cups, and even soup bowls. The best part is, when you open them, they slide down so you don’t have to reach up. This makes them great for homeowners with kids or senior folks living with them.
This also prevents mishaps in the kitchen because you’re not trying to stand on your toes, trying to reach that plate!
D-Shaped Lazy Susan
D-shaped Lazy Susans are great for pots and pans and anything else that’s heavy. With a lazy Susan, all you have to do is pull the drawer and take out the pans. Since the drawer rotates, it gives you ample space to take everything out. You don’t have to worry about the pots and pans crashing onto the floor when you open the drawer.
Trash pull-outs are great because you don’t have to worry about guests visiting and being greeted by the unsightly view of a trash can in your kitchen. Not only can this be embarrassing, it can also leave a negative impression on your guest’s mind.
With trash pull-outs, you won’t have to worry about trash accumulating. And since it’ll be next to your kitchen sink, you can get rid of leftovers without any problems.
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