From Leah, in Williamsburg, Virginia:
Ages ago, I resolved to take a photo of my pantry drawer for you, in all its nonfunctional glory, the next time it did its trick of overbalancing and landing on the floor when I pull it out too far. So here it is.
The moral of this disaster is that when you're laying out the cabinet design for a kitchen, give it some thought and think about what you actually need to store!
The other three shots are on the other side of the kitchen, where I keep my baking equipment, and if you're thinking that maybe I have some skewed priorities, you're right. I've got a lot more space devoted to baking pans and racks than to actual food! Something's definitely wrong with me.
The only moderately clever thing I've done in my kitchen is to figure out how to hang wire shelves in the back of a cabinet's blind corner, so that I don't have to stack pans too high.
So, for better or worse, here's my pantry!
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