Show What Is Stored On a High Pantry Shelf

Being in a small place, I am lucky to have a pantry. But, sometimes even I have too much. Consolidating things can really help, until you forget where something is. Ever do that?

So today I figured out a fun way to keep things at arms length and see what I need to see. I put my two measuring cups together, the small inside the large.
But then I couldn't find the smaller one. So I left the handle out and now I can see it when I need it.

Might be a little thing but sometimes the best things are. N-JOY!

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September 1, 20190 found this helpful

most of my pantry shelves are over my head and hard to see whats up there. Same for the lower cabinets. Solution: I removed the fixed shelves in the lower pantry cabinet and installed full pull-out shelves. Each shelf holds 75 +pounds.
Now I dont need to get on my hands and knees to search for what I need. Spares my back and though it was price ($70@ x2), in the long run I feel it was worth the expense. Im not getting more flexible as I get older. For the upper cabinets I added mirror tiles to the underside of each upper shelf. They reflect whats below them - all the way to the back of the cabinet, not just whats up front. Oh, I still have to use the step stool, but at least its to reach what I know is up there and not an empty and search operation.

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September 3, 20190 found this helpful

Very cool! Yes, I would change them if I could but I am glad you could and I am glad you like the tip.

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September 2, 20190 found this helpful

Thanks Sandi
Sometimes it is the little things that help us enjoy our day.



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September 3, 20190 found this helpful

It really is. Thanks!!

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