From Patty, in Chandler, Arizona:
We recently remodeled our kitchen and I'm really enjoying all the changes.
The top two shelves on each side of the pantry are stationary, and 24 inches deep, so they are used for things that I don't access often. On the left, the top pull out is full of bottles and jars. The second is for canned goods. I really like being able to pull the shelf out and see exactly what's in there and be able to reach everything easily. The third is dry goods; mostly pastas and rices. The bottom shelf hosts cereals and snacks.
On the right, the top pull-out is home to a great number of teas. I'm sort of obsessed! A few other drink related items round it out.
The bottom three shelves hold the pans, serving pieces, and appliances that I don't use as often as the ones that are housed in the kitchen drawers and cabinets.
I have a spice drawer, next to my range. The OCD part of me would love to have bottles or jars which are all the same, but I don't want to spend the money for them. Not yet anyway!
I have two lazy susans. The one that gets the most use is the one I refer to as my baking center.
(I don't work for the company that makes Pam. I won them all in a giveaway!)
I've enjoyed peeking into other people's pantries, thanks for taking a peek at mine.
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