|Not those drawers! Minds out of the gutter, kids.|
I also want to give props to Olive who helped design the layout. I highly recommend her if you need help planning an Ikea kitchen. She went above and beyond.
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soy cappuccino], mini-food processor [bowl is in the dishwasher!] sugar, salt and pepper. And a few more empty shelves.
More baking stuff. This drawer houses pie plates/tart tins, glass dishes, my spice grinder and my basic KitchenAid mixer attachments.
I'm proudest of my junk drawer makeover. Things in containers look neater. Now I can actually find what I'm looking for – what a concept.
Cooking utensils I use often, organized with a smaller Ikea Rationell divider.
I also have a spice rack next to my chalkboard [Told you I have loads!]. Notice the little hook on the upper left, where I can hang utensils for easy access.
Just below the appliance garage, I have a lazy Susan cupboard where I keep my cutting board and many pots and pans. It looks weird when you open it, but it's a fabulous use of a large chunk of space.
I also got the rollout recycling bins, which stay under my sink. We have to sort our recycling – paper in one container, and all else in the other. Before the makeover, my recycling sat in bags in a corner, so this is a huge step up for me.
On the right side of the tall grey cabinets, I keep flours, sugars, and other baking stuff, oils and vinegars, dried fruits, and veggies, plus my immersion mixer and paper towels. Left side looks pretty much the same, except it houses canned goods, grains, cookies and another empty shelf. Center shelf above fridge so far only houses my ice cream maker, since I only use it seasonally.