Family Snack Center
Devote a section of cabinets to packing lunches and handy snack storage with this transformed cabnet.
Devote a section of cabinets to packing lunches and feeding hungry folks fast. Store fruit in a wire stand that encourages ripening. Share important reminders on a miniature dry erase board mounted to the back of a cabinet. Keep sweets on an upper shelf in story-matching sealed clear containers. Kid friendly utensils, straws, and accessories are easy to grab when stored in the silverware caddy. Serve cereal or dry snacks from plastic dispensers. Hang shallow wire shelves on the insides of cabinet doors and stock with healthy, individually portioned snacks. Stash dried fruits and salty treats in latched containers to extend freshness. A slim pullout holds sandwich making supplies, or bagged snacks. Separate trash and recyclables by incorporating a two-bin pullout inside a cabinet. Keep craft supplies in a drawer built into the cabinet's toe kick. Keep your on-the-go family happy and healthy with an organized snack station.
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