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Organize Your Supplies, Organize Your Kitchen

From Saikley Architects Project: Cottage Kitchen in Berkeley

After you’ve pared down your ingredients and supplies, you can organize your space. Keep your most-used items in the front for easy access. If space allows, storing your bakeware vertically, using something similar to a pot lid organizer, will provide you with a clear view and easy retrieval. Otherwise, nest your bakeware. Seasonal items can take a backseat if they’re used only once a year. Organize according to how you use your items so that your baking spot works best for you.

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Saikley Architects is a holistic SF Bay Area architecture firm. Saikley Architects has done over 300 projects in 35 cities in the San Francisco Bay Area. Our design spans modern to historic; single family homes, multi-family, childcare centers, commercial and industrial site development. Our architectural firm is located in the SF Bay Area in Alameda, California.