Here's an economical way to organize cookie sheets, plates, or anything that can stand on its side. Go to your local builders supply and get some unfinished corner molding. It usually comes in 8' lengths, so have the store employee cut it into 12" sections, or whatever length you prefer. When you are ready to install these, simply use a couple of finishing nails to hold them in place on a lower section of your cabinets, and in 10 minutes, you can have eight wonderful organizers for about $2.00.
I use mail organizers to store my baking sheets. They come in plastic and stainless steel. I use the stainless steel and they do give a bit if the sheet is a little too deep for it to fit. That way they are all stored upright and easy to access. The mail organizers are usually around 10 bucks apiece.
I found over time, I had accumulated many Wilton Cake Pans. Although I had many Wilton Pans; I had many other types as well. I began storing them in bins by holidays and then ran out of room and started hanging them on the walls of our two car garage. This helps me locate them quickly, I simply rinse before use. It allows me to find pan quickly. I now have hundreds of Jello molds, Wilton Character pans; and my Nordicware pans lining the walls of the garage; hanging out of the way but always at hand when needed
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Here are questions related to Organizing Baking Pans and Cookie Sheets.
I had a useless cabinet next to my dishwasher (it was only about 12" wide) and was pondering a better way to store those large objects without stacking them under the oven.
I knocked the shelf (custom built cabinets) out of that little useless cabinet and put large pieces of cardboard in -the cabinet. All my large stuff, (cookie pans, pizza pans, cutting boards, broiling pans, cooling racks......) fit into the cabinet standing up and the -cardboard protects the glass cutting boards and prevents damage to the stick proof coating on the pans.