Never lose your favorite spice blend behind your boxes of cereal again!
Storage bins are functional, but not exactly stylish, so to make your pantry more to your decor aesthetic, cover them in wallpaper. It’ll look better, and will help you differentiate between bins.
Add hooks to the side of your pantry door to hang oven mitts, towels, and/or aprons. That way, you don’t take up any drawer or shelf space with your linens.
Pop in Drawers
How to get to the stuff that inevitably gets pushed all the way to the back of the pantry? Add drawers.
Hang A Shower Organizer
Don’t knock it ’til you try it. It seems like a surprising addition to your pantry, but a shower organizer actually makes a great produce rack.
Stack Plastic Containers
Flat containers stack easily to take advantage of every bit of space in a pantry. Use them to store grains, breadcrumbs, rice, and nuts.
Stash A Crate Under Shelves
All it takes is a wood crate and wheels to make under-used floor space work way harder. Since this storage is harder to get to, keep things you don’t use everyday like reusable totes in it.
Try Clear Containers
Don’t hunt through mountains of cardboard boxes. Instead, transfer ingredients and snacks into clear canisters so you can skip reading labels – and inspire a uniform tidiness. Plus, you’ll keep mice and critters away from your cookies and crackers.