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Becky Sue shares her expertise and passion to move you one step closer to love where you live.

Becky Sue Becker is a Certified Master Kitchen & Bath Designer (CMKBD), a Certified Aging-In-Place Specialist (CAPS), and a Certified Living-In-Place Professional™ (CLIPP). With 30+ years of longevity and comprehensive experience in the kitchen & bath industry, she is a sought-after designer in the Atlanta region. Becky Sue’s advocacy approach means your turnkey project will be less stressful and help you love where you live.

Whether you are close to having your kitchen redesigned or are thinking about re-organization, here are some viable options for storing your precious vegetables.   

Rev-A-Shelf offers two different styles of superior quality rattan storage baskets, each available in 3 different sizes.   The style on the left comes with wood rails to mount to the sides of your cabinet and has a plastic insert and the style on the right has a canvas liner and simply sits on any shelf.  

For those wanting a more modern or urban look– these drawers are custom made from aluminum preforated material.  This will take some research to find a local source in addition.. a higher budget.

as featured in Southern Living Magazine
Photo by Charles Walton IV: Styliest: Missie Neville Crawford

Are you a DIY on mission?  These drawers by could easily be duplicated if you have a framed drawer front.  If not?  Think outside the box and have a frame made by a local cabinet shop and finish it a different color to add unexpected interest to your design!  There are numerous styles of wire mesh sheets available to fit any decor.  Check out

If your kitchen is too small and  you simply cannot give up a cabinet for your produce, here are a few solutions that are still very functional, versatile and stylish!

These wire hanging baskets have been around a long time!  Available at The Container Store, this basket can be mounted in your pantry or above your counter area — if you have ceilings under 9' that is!   Why hide what you use daily — besides depending on your produce, it certainly can add a punch of color to your motiff! 



Most of my clients with a pantry prefer to store their vegetables in them.  Ive seen anything from an old ice cream bucket to buy off the shelf basket made of rattan, wire or plastic.   If you want to step up your game and add some additional style and function — check out these options:

Stackable baskets from

Mount a basket to your existing shelf with these pullouts by Elfa/Container Store.  Honestly with the tight weave on this mesh basket I think they would be better suited for produce than pots and pans!

Generous space calls for this unique build out by Gardener's Supply!   Rustic charm at it's best!  For those resourceful DIY folks, is this another way to repurpose a palette?

If you have a unique solution – please share with us!

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