My tiny pantry, which holds all of our food and lots more, is an odd shape that I have reconfigured many times over the years and cannot get it right.
When you open the door (toward you) to the right is wall, ahead of you is just over 3' deep, to the left is 6' of wall. I am convinced I need a couple of shallow drawers to hold baggies, foil, many boxes of tea, paper plates etc. and then a deep drawer or two for chips, pretzels-bagged stuff of which we also have a lot of.
Open shelves of course is the easiest but there is so much things get disorganized, even with baskets.
Right now we have these wire baskets attached to a wall track system, they hold a lot but take up a lot of depth and are always falling off the track--argh!
I see at Lowes and HD they sell closet systems in a variety of depths and you can buy drawers/glides to just atttach to a basic bookcase. On top of that I would like a long counter top (saved one from last kitchen demo) where we can put the mixer and stuff like that.
I priced it out and for only the bottom half of that 6' wall it is almost $500 for drawers and open shelves.
My husband is pretty handy and willing to help. Budget ideas welcome.
Thanks in advance!