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Directions for playing are in the post below this one. I hope you can play this week, because I sorely need to see other people’s kitchens to get some ideas on how to make mine better!
This week’s theme is STORE IT: KITCHEN
I never noticed what a mess this all was until I took pictures for this post. This is the shelf above my ‘desk’ which, since it’s right by the back door, is really a catch all. My cookbooks are here. I also have my cake plate there in the upper left, and my trifle bowl is behind that photo of my girls and my nieces and nephew. An area badly in need of a reordering.
I don’t even know what’s up here. Kevin is tall. I am not. That’s us btw, when we were dating.
This is where the pizza pizzazz would go, if it weren’t out on the counter. Also my food processor. Lunch bags. Bigger tupperware & salad bowls & trays go here too. Also cookie cutters. A space that isn’t well used.
This is the cabinet where the crockpot would go if it were not out on the counter. This is across from the washer & dryer, which explains the hangers.
Compost in the ice cream bucket-metal recyclables in the yellow bucket. Rags and some cleaning supplies go here. Also used batteries.
This is a high cupboard for the rest of the cleaning supplies.
My”good dishes”Pfaltzgraff goes here, along with assorted miscellany, like dishes for picnics. This is above the dryer.
This hutch has been taken over by preschool and library books. I still do have some ‘china’ on the top shelf though, but what I really need is to not have glass doors!
Even though these spices look organized, I still have to spin the thing for ten minutes to find what I want.
I don’t think this cabinet is very well used. I keep the toaster and mixer here, the griddle, and some assorted baggies ect.
Plastic ware drawer
Can someone please come over and reorganize me? I’ll pay you with cookies and homemade peanut butter cups. Thanks.