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Phase 2: Putting Stuff BackOnce you've completed the steps above, take a hard look at what's left. Think about how and when you use each object in your kitchen as you follow Klimala's next set of steps, putting everything back in a better way than before. Sally Wheat Interiors
1. Store items used daily in the most accessible shelves, cabinets and drawers. 2. Consider frequency of use of every item before finding a spot for it. For example, store everyday cups, dishes and stemware in a cabinet near the dishwasher to facilitate a productive workflow. Pots and pans should be close to the stovetop. Synergy Design & Construction
Only store the amount of dishware you realistically use between dishwasher cycles. "There's no need to store all two dozen coffee cups together if you use only a maximum of four to six every day or two," Klimala says. Tip: Store extra dishes and stemware in the upper or lower recesses of your newly purged cupboards so they're safe and still nearby for large gatherings.