Kitchen spaces are always a disorganized nook for our all our cooking preps, wares, and all other stuff inside those cabinets and shelves. We invest so much on our well-loved ceramic pieces but not enough care to store it for long lasting use? Here are 5 helpful practical tips to organize our ceramic pieces:
This will help lessen our chance of dropping it by having to store them on places that is just within our arms’ reach. With this, we don’t need to reach high or tip toe because most of it are within your eye level – and we can just support the item with both hands. . It is also better to use arrange the level of the items in the cabinet depending on the frequency of use. Place special-occasion pieces on the top shelves and daily ones on the counter top. You can also reserve your bottom-sink or shelves with heavy cookwares and metalwares.
Dish racks in the form of metal ware or wooden pegs are readily available in department stores at a very affordable price. You can use this as functional and decorative piece to store and showcase your plates. But more on the practical side, this will help your plates avoid ramming into one another. When using it as a drying rack, it can also avoid water moisture/marks on the surface on the plate by having them separated by a dish rack.
With regards to the high of stack, ensure that we stack it low – preferably maximum of 5 plates to avoid plates from wobbling given its uneven surface. If stacking low is not an option given the limited space, you may use racks that can allow you to stack on stack. You may also use drying tissue/cloth as a layer for each stack you make this will avoid slippage of the plates if you prefer to stack more than 5 bowls/plates.
If you have a collection of plates, bowls, and dishes in various sizes, it is recommended to stack them according to size (biggest to smallest), not only for space saver but also to easily retrieve items as you need it. You can easily see through your entire collection once arranged in this manger.
And finally, use a non-slip padding material in all storage shelves, counters, or shelves to avoid breakage especially for counters that are made of marble, quarts, and the like. Water absorbent padding material is extra helpful for drying your plates while keeping it in place.
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Working from home surely takes up most of our time even just staying at home the entire day. There are really days that we feel exhausted and extra lazy to spice up our cooking. Preparing a full meal for yourself or for the entire family, is fulfilling but would sometimes make you lose appetite just from the thought of all the preparation and cleaning. Some would rather just grab a bag of chips, order online or resort to a *still” sumptuous and full meal using our handy microwave!