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    Forks, knives, dessert spoons and then all the other cr%p. Soup spoons are thrown in with the utensils because we don't use them. Dh is always trying to slip the knives in first!
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    Knives, forks, spoons, teaspoons

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    ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1442910483.827167.jpgI'm just putting it out there, this is how it should be! 😝

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    Quote Originally Posted by Possie7 View Post
    Attachment 73853I'm just putting it out there, this is how it should be! 😝
    Nooooo!!! It's all backwards! I. Can't. Take. It!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GucciDahling View Post
    Nooooo!!! It's all backwards! I. Can't. Take. It!
    Haha I don't mind if it's backwards as long as knives aren't next to spoons.
    I have to have it that way due to the shape of my organiser, my old one had the long section on the other side which tbh was far more pleasing for me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HappyBovine View Post
    Snap. I had to look twice as I thought someone had posted a photo of my drawer. Same order. Same kids chopsticks. Same Tupperware egg separator. Same bone handled knife.
    I love those bone handled knives. Dp wants to throw them out but I won't let him.

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    Could be worse OP - she could be hanging the loo roll the wrong way.......

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    Our cutlery is in a stainless steel rack thing, just inside the kitchen door (we have a metal open pantry type thing).
    It has a place for knives, forks, spoons, teaspoons, and plastic cutlery (usually spoons).

    Wooden spoons, spatulas, whisks, etc are in a container near the cooker.

    We have a "sharps drawer" near the cooker, which has our pairing knives, steak knives, peelers, etc. We also have a knife stand near it, up high-ish.

    ETA: our kitchen drawers (3) are too small for any cutlery storage rack we have ever come across Can't wait to move!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raising Leprechauns View Post
    Could be worse OP - she could be hanging the loo roll the wrong way.......
    Just to clarify- loo paper hanging at the front?.....ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1442995799.786718.jpg

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    I have one big draw and everything is just thrown in lol in not organised at all!! Although it does bug me a lot I'm just 'lazy' haha!


 

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