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  • Lindsey Gifford

    Slotted Storage Adapt a mail slot mentality for storing slender kitchen items. The dividers in this cabinet "file" cookie sheets, muffin tins, serving trays and more to keep everything upright and organized.

  • Lisa Ernst

    Slotted Storage for cookie sheets, muffin tins, serving trays. such a good idea

  • Missy Skibicki Peterson

    Hmm....this great tray / cookie sheet storage idea may just work in the cupboard over my fridge.

  • Dawn Mcconnell Palma

    Flat pan cookie sheet storage cabinet and a wall oven.

  • Moira McKean Knutson

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Drawers and Pullouts Standing Tall Disguised to look like the other cabinets, this extra-deep pullout drawer vertically organizes serving platters and shallow baking pans. Wooden dividers make the trays easy to identify and reach. Here's a tip: Don't let other thin or shallow spaces in the kitchen go to waste. They're ideal for storing bakeware and platters.

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Which cabinet could I do this in? I HATE having all the cookie sheets and pizza pans in the drawer under the oven. It's impossible to get to them. #kitchen

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Hmmm smart ... who says these items have to occupy the bottom spaces ... I hate squatting down to dig out pans that fall all over the ground when I yank on one!

Now this is how pots and pans should be stored....lowes and home depot sell them - I need this!!!

Under cabinet storage. Would be great for cookie sheets and cooling racks. Great use of space!

Say good-bye to the avalanche that usually accompanies opening a disorganized kitchen cabinet full of pots and lids

Hardworking Storage Well-planned storage organizes the large kitchen into work zones. This section of cabinetry, located right next to the range, features a toaster and microwave oven to serve as a handy breakfast pantry. Slide-out storage keeps everything within easy reach for the family's busy morning routine.