The answer is quite simple: Organize the pantry. Cooking will be so much better - easier and quicker - if one has a neat, tidy pantry where cooking ingredients and paraphernalia can be found in a jiffy, saving precious time and effort.
Site-built shelves work well because they allow you to adapt shelf size to the space available, making it easier to use the space more efficiently. The necessary materials should be available at your local hardware store, home center, and/or lumber yard.
Metal shelves offer the greatest amount of flexibility, as they are well equipped to support a lot of weight and may be spaced out in any way that the homeowner chooses. If you do go with this option, self- installation will generally require you to use a drill, a screwdriver and a level. Each of these tools can be purchased relatively inexpensively, and generally require little expertise to operate.
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