Organizing Kitchen Food Storage

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Situation
This client had not used her pantry for years and instead used the floor and counters for food storage. I think her reasoning again was that seeing all of her grocery items, she could remember what she had on hand. There was a potential fire hazard with lose items covering the stove top and surrounding surfaces.

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Solution
We emptied the pantry and moved the unrelated items out and into more appropriate places within her home. We discarded the old grocery items and created storage space in the cabinets and pantry.

We also removed all items from the stove and surrounding surfaces to make the kitchen a more safe environment.

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3 Responses to Organizing Kitchen Food Storage

  1. Sarah says:

    If the client wanted everything out in the open so she could see what she had on hand, a good solution would have been removing the cabinet doors and replacing them with see through ones.

  2. Cheri Carroll says:

    she’s lucky she lives in California — if she lived in Houston, the cockroaches would have carried all this away in no time at all…. or maybe that would have been a good thing!

  3. Juliette Wallen says:

    Wow. This shift will change their lives. Now they have room to invite people over for dinner!

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