access to all dish types in contrast to drawers by dish type where u pull out three drawers to get dinner plates, salad plates and bowls.
like drawers for access but not good for items would like several types in one swipe
See point about nesting but graduated pots, casseroles, mixing bowls is good. Pots and pans. Pots and pans should be put in a location that makes sense: near the stove (or cooktop). I prefer roll-out shelves as opposed to drawers for pots and pans, and if you can have a dedicated lid drawer, even better. The reason I like roll-outs is that they're shallower: I can see what I need, as opposed to drawers where I often have to pull out the pots on top to get to the one on the
Casserole dishes and small appliances. These items are ideally stored in cabinets that have roll-outs for easier access. Tupperware is another topic. if you have a blind corner or lazy susan cabinet, use that for heavier items like small appliances — light-weight items tend to get stuck and fall all over the place. Tupperware is best in drawers. (Have you ever opened up a wall cabinet and had it topple on your head? Exactly).
Yes, if you have a pantry, put all your food there! Don't spread it out in wall cabinets and spend time walking around opening doors looking for things
island opposite sink
Orientation similar to current.