. . .Cookware Storage
Heavily used pots and pans were moved closer to the sink and corralled with double pull-out shelves. Once-scattered casseroles, trays, and cutting boards are now stashed vertically for easy access, thanks to two wire shelf dividers. A door-mounted rack keeps pot lids under control. A cabinet designated for baking contains a hand mixer, a rolling pin, cake tins, pie plates, and measuring cups. Its top shelf features a new slotted plastic caddy for muffin tins and molds; measuring spoons and hand-mixer beaters hang from old-fashioned teacup hooks inside the door.