I know what you mean ... seems like *eveything* needs to be on a high shelf & there are only so many in a small place.
But I used all low places for storing the obvious unbreakables:
her toys and books, a few in each room
In the kitchen, tupperware & pot lids, or clean washrags/dishtowels/potholders , and then these were just assumed to be her play areas ... and none of it was ever organized/folded for that whole year, lol.
Also a low cabinet she can get into holds some foods that don't damage easily - potatoes, onions, squash, etc. She loves to explore them. Obviously I'm right next to her if she's in the kitchen, & my dd is a bit older now, too.