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One of the most commonly troubled areas of any kitchen is the pot and pan cupboard. If clanging through a pile of jumbled pots and pans of all sizes and types in search of just the right pot is a part of your pre-dinner ritual, you may consider the pan tree a lifesaver. Made of durable plastic, the pan tree can fit into most cabinets and can accommodate 14 pieces of cookware on its convenient hooks and racks.
Secondly, remove the cabinet doors and drawers. Using a screwdriver or socket wrench, remove all the screws that were holding the vanity to the wall. They are usually in the corners or in a rail across the back of the vanity. To remove the top from the base, remove the screws or use a pry bar. Next, remove the basin and gently lift it out. This makes it easier to remove and handle the vanity top. Using a pry bar, remove the backsplash from the wall carefully. Now that the old vanity is out, inspect the area for any damages or rots and repair them before installing the new vanity.
The L-shape plan allows two workstations on one wall and the third on an adjacent wall. This layout is much more efficient concerning space than the U-shape plan especially if the main workstations are located close to the bend of the L. The L-shaped plan is not well suited for small kitchen spaces and you need to allow enough open counter space between the two workstations that share the same wall. This is at least four feet.
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