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vlhk

I would not put wine above the refrigerator...too warm! I use that space for things that don't mind the warmth (some dry goods) or things I don't use often like my unusual sized baking trays and gigantic steamer.


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This is a great topic.

Usually above the fridge cabinet is where I personally store medicines, first aid kit and vitamins so it's out of reach of kids even with a step ladder they can't reach. Also, torch and spare lightbulbs go up there too.

Glasses and "breakables" are usually placed in upper cabinetry too.

Pots and pans are placed close to the oven in the lower cabinets.

Undersink area is for cleaning products i.e paper towels, sponge, wet cloths. with a childproof latch. Kids see a water drop and decide it needs a whole roll of paper towel to clean it up.

Tupperware can go in lower cabinets.

Food Staples go in the pantry along with pet food if you have room.

We store actual cleaning products like sprays, bleach in the laundry.

Dish soap goes either in a handsoap dispenser sitting on a tray on the bench next to the sink.


A helpful organising site with pics is as follows

http://athomewithnikki.com/





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