About ten years ago, I bought this desktop file holder from Staples while I was working as a paralegal. It was particularly handy in holding the case files I was currently working on. They got kind of fat after a while and I liked how wide the spaces were.
After I left that job, I took the file holder with me, but I’ve never used it to its full potential since, so I thought I might put it to another use, this time in the kitchen.
But for what?
I could use it to stack my baking sheets and muffin tins …
… or my cutting boards and cooling racks.
Though my cutting boards seem to be happiest right next to the microwave (that always seems to be where I keep them).
And my cooling racks can go in this otherwise useless cabinet above the stove.
Pot lids and frying pans?
Glass-lock food storage lids? So many options!
In the end, I tucked my Tupperware stuff inside the largest bin I had and used the file holder as a rack for my baking sheets (option one).
I think I might see if I can get another one to use for my frying pans. This seems like a workable system to me.