kitchen. Friday , August 18th , 2017 - 12:44:09 PM
Kitchen knife storage can even be put in a drawer. It is usually a piece of wood about half the height of your drawer with long slits in it. Your knives then slide into the slits and sit upright on their side. This is a nice option to someone who wants their knives hidden away or kept out of reach from children (you would have to add a safety latch for the drawer though). Obviously you need extra drawer space for this one.
But before you enlist your kitchen on the waiting transplantation list, consider some alternative options first. There are plenty of DIY handyman options to spruce up a tired kitchen and help it function better until it's time for a complete refurbishment.
Put 3 or 4 dried bay leaves in the bottom of a clean container. Pour in roughly 3-4 inches of dry food or grain then add 3 or 4 more dried bay leaves and another 3-4 inches of food. Keep using this method until your container is full then top off with 3 or 4 dried bay leaves. Note: use dry bay leaves to avoid moisture in your food item.
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