You've probably noticed that pie pans, muffins tins, and other bakeware don't nest well -- and that no one likes taking everything out of the cabinet to get to the cookie sheet at the bottom of the pile. The solution is to stack bakeware vertically, outfitting a cabinet with partitions. One good way to do this: Divide a cabinet with rows of small spring-tension curtain rods placed vertically in the front and back of the cabinet (with about four to since inches in between). This way, bakeware can stand on edge and lean up against the rods.
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