. . .Kitchen Cabinets
Despite Beth Jorgensen’s organizational attempts, her kitchen cabinets overflowed with items grouped with no rhyme and little reason. Drinking glasses and stemware were stored on a lazy Susan, and delicate china and glass bowls were stacked on high shelves―accidents waiting to happen. Spice containers were tucked into every spare inch, special-occasion candlesticks crammed into prime real estate. And in the food-container drawer, everything jockeyed for space with the hand mixer and lidless plastic tubs.