Oak Hill New ConstructionTransitional Kitchen, Nashville
We custom designed the pantry with the client’s needs in mind. It serves as overflow for serving and party pieces, as well as cookbooks and small appliances.
Photo © Alyssa Rosenheck 2016
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8. Baking supplies. Consider the kind of baking you will be doing. If you often baked cupcakes and cookies when your children were in elementary school but now never do, think about donating your cookie sheets and muffin pans. Do you take the time to bake layer cakes, or is a Bundt cake now more your style? What about specialty items like springform pans, pizza stones and shortbread molds? If you haven’t used these items in years, consider donating them or selling them at a local home consignment shop. As I mentioned earlier, a quality stand-up mixer is a nice item to keep, especially if you can purchase attachments for it that make other small appliances unnecessary.
8. Dish TowelsDish towels seem to get ratty when we’re not looking. Pull out all your dish towels and inspect them. Fold and put away the ones in good condition, and set aside the others to bring to a textile recycling bin or to cut up for use as rags. But don’t go overboard on the use-them-as-rags thing — there are only so many rag towels we really need, and then it’s just creating more clutter.