Organizing DEEP shelves - help!
My only pantry consists of wood cabs in one corner of my kitchen. It amounts to six fixed shelves (floor to ceiling) that are 23" deep and almost 19" wide. The height of the areas range from 9" to 16".
I have yet to figure out a really good way to utilize this space. Right now I just have to dig and stuff is piled all over itself. I have a couple of larger bins in there that help some as they slide easily in and out like a drawer with no track -- so I know I don't need any expensive sliding gizmos. The bottom one holds all my tupperware type stuff so it's no problem. The upper one gets to weighing a ton.
Any inexpensive solutions would be very appreciated! How have you coped with too-deep shelving? Tearing it out is out of the question and I'm fairly carpenter challenged.