Ideas to Organize Your Kitchen Pantry

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Need kitchen pantry ideas? You came to the right place. We have a lot of them here. Don’t worry, they are easy to do yet will make your pantry look even more inviting. Want to know what these ideas are? Well, read on.

Walk-in Pantry

Do you have white décor and lots of storage jars? If you do, you can turn the space you have into a walk-in pantry. White décor and carefully placed glass jars without a doubt give a classy, elegant look. If you have a kitchen faucet, simply align the jars you put on the table just make sure they look adjusted. What kind of items should you store inside these jars? Well, that’s up to you.

Large Pantry

Want to make all the items in your pantry easily accessible at all time? You can create a large pantry for that. Basically, you store all your items on one large shelf. For this, you will need to organize each item based on their categories and/or store them in the containers they come in.

For example, you can store canned vegetables as they are on the left side of the shelf. If, however, the items require special need, you can put them in a jar. Let’s say you need to store cereal. Cereal needs to be stored in an airtight container if it were to last long. Since the box a cereal comes in is not airtight, you should place it in an airtight container. Also, you can store soft or oddly shaped food inside a sturdy container so your pantry is more organized and less messy.

Always Reachable Pantry

Some pantries store foods in a place which can be hard to reach. If you have this problem, we have a solution. You don’t need to use a kitchen pantry cabinet here. Instead, you can use a wall alongside your basement staircase as storage. This way, you will be able to reach your foods much easier.

Minimalist Pantry

Let’s say you have a lot of kitchen pantry furniture. Your pantry is now crowded. What can you do about it? You can turn your pantry into a minimalist pantry. The idea of a minimalist pantry is to maximize the space you have while reducing the items you don’t really need and/or rarely use.

For example, if you want to use space efficiently, you can divide your pantry cupboard by using tension curtain rods. This way, you can create more space for your sturdy platters, cutting boards, and baking sheets.

A minimalist pantry stores what you really need most of the time. It reduces the clutter you have since it helps you prioritize things.

A good pantry is well-organized and accessible. The ideas above will help you achieve both. So, what do you think? Which of those ideas do you want to apply first? Remember, while those ideas will help you organize your pantry you can incorporate a personal touch here and there. It will turn it into a fun activity you enjoy. Organizing a pantry should be a fun activity, after all.

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