Wire Pantry Shelving
Use Pantry Shelving To Get More Use From Your Appliances
I’ve actually moved several times as an adult and have faced this problem each time I changed houses. Sure, the layouts and fixtures were different, but the fact remained that I didn’t have enough room to hold enough food on hand along with the other necessities like pots and plates. Stuffing my cabinets only made it worse, especially when it was time to unload the dishwasher. How can I complain about my kids not doing it right when I have to shove something in, slam the door, and cringe when it’s my turn?
Things have gotten better since I made up my mind about pantry shelving. Sure, my cabinets already had a main center shelf inside of them. But for the most part, that left a lot of vertical room unused. I opted to go with some white wire pantry shelving units to get more bang for my buck. Now I can stack seldom-used coffee cups over cup saucers. Instead of them taking up precious horizontal room, they tuck inside a back corner of the cabinet.
The same thing goes for my appliance cabinet. I used to have to shove crock pots, blenders, steamers, and electric skillets all inside one cabinet. The stuff got stacked on top of itself and frankly made trying to use any of them a nightmare. I searched until I found deeper pantry shelving units, then placed a couple side-by-side inside the cabinet. Since the electric skillet and steamer are short, I can store them on the top of the pantry shelving and place the taller items like the blender and crock pot underneath. Now I can get to them quickly and easily.