. . .Kitchen Cabinets
Out went things like the empty cottage-cheese containers; seldom-touched items were moved to storage. Frequently used dishes and mixing bowls are now more accessible on the lazy Susan, while everyday glasses are close at hand (and safer) on a low shelf in the upper cabinet. Occasionally used antique plates are protected by quilted storage containers. Spice bottles are now grouped in a sleek rack on the counter, along with a magazine file for cookbooks that once cluttered a cupboard. A new corner shelf organizer separates bowls and plates into three tiers. For more details, see Reorganizing Kitchen Cabinets and Drawers.