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I need this since our dishes are so heavy! Store Dishes Down Low Here a drawer has been outfitted with pegboard inserts. The boards can be sized to fit existing drawers and the pegs can be adjusted to secure stacks of bowls and plates. Store dishes in low drawers -- near the sink or dishwasher -- to minimize overhead lifting and make putting away dishes a snap.
Pantry | Use of Space Brilliance | Wood shelving to the ceiling is not only efficient but smart!
Before you toss that vintage box that's been collecting dust in your basement, give it a good cleaning and find a new purpose for it. Storing out-of season scarves in hatboxes not only keeps unused items out of sight, but also adds a decorative touch to the closet.
Utilize Door Interiors Press interior doors into service. Line a door with cut-to-fit sheets of cork to create a message center, or attach a magnetic board to the inside of a door. Attach a basket down low to keep bags in line. Or coat a door with blackboard paint to give kids a place to entertain themselves while you're cooking.
Pretty Pantry Here's a pantry that packs a punch. Keep food organized by assigning a shelf to each group (grains, baking ingredients, snacks, etc.). Line shelves with laminated fabric -- it's easy to clean and adds a splash of bright color. Use clear plastic containers to store your pantry goods and add an adhesive label to each container for an extra measure of organization
Behind Closed Doors- Stow hard-to-find hats, mittens, gloves, and the like in wicker baskets placed in a wallpapered armoire. Designate one basket per person and place printed labels inside a clear luggage tag. Hang the tags from the basket handles and add a matching ribbon to complete the look.