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Who hasn't fallen down a #pantrygoals rabbit hole on Instagram and left it feeling disappointed with your own, wishing you could swap kitchens? We've rounded up some amazing pantry organization tips to prove that your own kitchen can become one of these utterly satisfying spaces, too (just like Ree Drummond's pantry at The Lodge!). They might even inspire some larger kitchen storage ideas to make the entire room more styled and tidy.

Even if you don't have a dedicated pantry in your home, these tricks will still improve how you organize your spices, baking goods, appliances, and more. For example, you could try putting a spice drawer together or invest in different containers for each type of dry good. You could also hop on the open shelving kitchen trend and turn floating shelves into a DIY pantrythat stashes jars of dry goods and non-perishables that you frequently use.

Not planning on overhauling your pantry any time soon? Well, just browsing through these images will leave you with a sense of calm, thanks to the sheer of order of these spaces. We can all get on board with these best pantry organization ideas, whether you're looking for tips or you're just an admirer!

Источник: https://www.thepioneerwoman.com/home-lifestyle/decorating-ideas/g32345268/pantry-organization-ideas/

A Tour of Our Organized Pantry From Top-to-Bottom

I am so thrilled to be giving you guys the full tour of our fully organized pantry today! Every time I share just the tiniest glimpse of this space either here on the blog or on social media, I always get questions about where I got this, that, or the other. It took me a little while to pull the last few details together, but I am finally ready to give you the full tour and share where I got each and every one of my storage solutions. It was a process to get this pantry juuuuust right; but my perseverance paid off because I think this is the best functioning pantry we’ve ever had (and also the prettiest)! We’re going to go top-to-bottom today so I can show you where and how every last food item is stored! Let’s get to it!

Take a tour of a perfectly organized pantry with all sorts of unique and smart food storage solutions!

Getting the pantry right in each house we live in is always a project that takes some real time, trial and error, and experimentation. In the 7 different homes we’ve lived in, not once have we had a similar shape, style or size pantry, requiring me to re-figure it out each and every time. You wouldn’t think pantry storage is that complicated; but since it’s a place you interact with countless times a day, it becomes abundantly clear when something isn’t quite right or is a downright nuisance. We’ve now lived in this house for two years and I’ve finally settled on a combination of storage solutions that make this the most organized pantry we’ve ever had and the easiest to maintain. A few decorative details sure make it easy on the eyes, too!

Take a tour of a perfectly organized pantry with all sorts of unique and smart food storage solutions!

Before I dive into the nitty gritty details of our food storage, I want to highlight three small details that help this pantry look as good as it works! The first is my use of all white storage containers. Don’t get me wrong, I love colored bins and baskets as much as the next gal, but I’ve learned that sticking to simple, clean white baskets creates a display that is easier to look at…especially in a pantry where there are so many different colors of boxes, bags, and labels.

Take a tour of a perfectly organized pantry with all sorts of unique and smart food storage solutions!

Another swoon-worthy detail is the application of a patterned paper along the back of each shelf. And because of my white storage containers, I can easily change the look, color, and style of the whole display simply by swapping out the paper. In fact…if you’re a longtime reader, I promise you’re not going crazy. Yes, this blue-and-white paper is different from what I originally showed you here. As the color scheme in my kitchen began to drift away from my original design plan, I found myself yearning for something with less color variation. I found this simple blue-and-white medalian wrapping paper at The Container Store; and because of my clever and unique installation method, swapping out the paper took me less than an hour (seriously!). I literally just cut down the paper and re-wrapped each cardboard insert. With it that easy, I might as well change it out for the seasons 😉 #justkidding #maybe

Take a tour of a perfectly organized pantry with all sorts of unique and smart food storage solutions!

The final decorative detail I get asked about all the time are the gold label holders used on all my Y-weave baskets. Although they are a touch pricey, they provide such a clean yet sophisticated way to add labels to any basket. I love that they can be attached to pretty much anything and provide just enough “bling” to a utilitarian space. To make the labels, you just write or print onto white cardstock and slide them in – no adhesive or complicated mechanisms required! (You can learn more about my print-and-go pantry labels here!).

Alright! With those three details out of the way, let’s examine each of the different storage solution a little closer.

Take a tour of a perfectly organized pantry with all sorts of unique and smart food storage solutions!

The title of my post says “from top to bottom,” but we’re actually going to move from bottom to top. On the pantry floor, I have two large Y-weave baskets from Target (my fav) that quite nicely hold various odds and ends that were floating around the kitchen. The basket on the right holds all of our lunch boxes and water bottles. We were having some difficulty finding a spot for these bulky items and this large basket made for the ideal catch all.

Take a tour of a perfectly organized pantry with all sorts of unique and smart food storage solutions!

The other large basket on the floor holds all of our paper products. From plates and cups, to napkins and plasticware, anything we need or use that falls into the “disposable” category gets placed in here. Again, the really generous size of these baskets allowed me to put everything into one tidy, easy-to-access spot!

TIP! Besides finding baskets that fit a certain space, also think about how easy they are to move around. While you want to maximize the space you have, there is no use in storing items in a basket you can’t easily reach or pull out. I could have possibly fit three smaller baskets here, but they would have been cumbersome to access. While I now have about 8-10″ of horizontal wiggle room here, both of these sizable baskets are easy to get in and out…meaning everything actually gets put back where it goes!

Take a tour of a perfectly organized pantry with all sorts of unique and smart food storage solutions!

The next shelf up holds all of our baking supplies and/or dry ingredients such as flour, sugar, pancake mix, etc. I’ve employed a unique storage solution here that at first glance may seem like storage overkill (containers within a basket) but it’s actually one of the best things I’ve done in this whole pantry! Hear me out!

Take a tour of a perfectly organized pantry with all sorts of unique and smart food storage solutions!

I will admit that the containers within the baskets sure make my organizing-loving heart skip a beat, but I swear this arrangement has some functional wins too.

First, our pantry shelves aren’t the deepest. If you look closely, you’ll see there is no way I’d be able to place containers 3-deep without the front one dangling precariously off the shelf’s edge. Sure, I could stack them (like I do on the higher shelf); but since this shelf is so low, it’s really nice not to have to crouch down to dig through everything. Using the baskets allows us to fit more on this shelf!

Second, the baskets themselves function almost like drawers. So instead of having to get low to find the sugar, I can slide out the basket, as I would a drawer, and pull out just what I need.

Finally, because baking often requires many dry ingredients, during big jobs, we just remove the baskets entirely and place them on the counters. This way we have everything we need in one spot and then can quickly and easily put everything right back when we’re done.

The fact that these Oxo containers fit so nicely within my beloved Y-weave baskets was a pure organization miracle. And labeling the tops (instead of the sides) was a stroke of genius even I can’t believe occurred to me!

Get your pantry and spice cabinet in order with these fully customizable pantry and spice jar labels! Simply edit, print and label!

Love my labels? See how to make your own here!

I am going to chat more about “decanting” pantry items next week, but it may be obvious by these pictures that I use a combination of decanting some items and not others. While most of our dry ingredients are poured into Oxo containers, some of our smaller, pre-packaged baking-related items all get loaded into the third basket on that same shelf. Again, not only is it really easy to grab a single basket during baking sessions, but it also gives a dedicated place for these random yet related items to land within the pantry.

Take a tour of a perfectly organized pantry with all sorts of unique and smart food storage solutions!

Moving up, let’s chat about our snack bins! Not only are they my favorite detail in our entire pantry, but I get asked about them the very most! Yes, my friends…those are book bins…like what teachers use in the classroom to organized books and other school materials. And they might very well be the smartest pantry organization idea I’ve ever had! I first started using three in our pantry in Kansas and just loved their functionality. When I went to expand our collection, I had trouble finding the same ones so I took it as an excuse to upgrade.

Take a tour of a perfectly organized pantry with all sorts of unique and smart food storage solutions!

I want to make this as clear as possible because I get asked about these bins all.the.time. The book bins I use in our pantry are these. They are more expensive than the ones you can find on Amazon or Target. However, these were the ONLY white book bins I could find (and I looked and looked). Although a bit pricey, what’s really nice about these specific ones is that they come in a set of 12, in almost any color you can think of, and they have a flat front ideal for labeling. That said, I also have these cheaper ones in two different colors and they look, fit, and work just as well…they just don’t come in white!

Take a tour of a perfectly organized pantry with all sorts of unique and smart food storage solutions!

If you can’t already tell, I love happy coincidences when it comes to organizing, and you better bet I did a happy dance when I realized my pre-formatted pantry labels were the perfect fit on these book bins. No cutting or spacing required…I just print my files onto my favorite clear labels and stuck them right on! Couldn’t be easier!

Take a tour of a perfectly organized pantry with all sorts of unique and smart food storage solutions!

We have 7 of these bins across a single shelf in our pantry. I LOOOOVE that, at a glance, I can see what’s running low and what’s in ample supply. And for the most part, I LOOOOOVE that kids can reach in and get what they want whenever they want it.

Take a tour of a perfectly organized pantry with all sorts of unique and smart food storage solutions!

That said, these snack bins are at just the right height for Sam to pull them down, often leaving me with applesauces and granola bars and gummie packets all over the floor. We’ve recently installed a pantry lock to keep Sam out. So…while I adore these bins for our snacks, if open baskets will cause more trouble for your family than it’s worth, you might want to consider something different! #keepingitreal

Take a tour of a perfectly organized pantry with all sorts of unique and smart food storage solutions!

The next shelf up, the middle shelf, holds three more Y-weave baskets.

Take a tour of a perfectly organized pantry with all sorts of unique and smart food storage solutions!

Back to the left, where you can’t see, is our “Sweets” basket..into which gets placed our cookies, candy, and other sweet treats. There is a reason it’s tucked back where you can’t easily see or reach it 😉

Take a tour of a perfectly organized pantry with all sorts of unique and smart food storage solutions!

The middle basket holds our “Salty” snacks. We try very hard to limit the amount of snacks we have open at any given time and prefer to buy large bags rather than snack-sized bags. While this basket may seem small to some, it actually helps us reduce how much is open at once. A few larger, un-opened bags do get placed up on our top shelf, but anything open gets placed here. Again, I’ll go into decanting next week, but as you can see from these photos, we mainly rely on original packaging and clips for these food items since they rotate so fast and so regularly.

Take a tour of a perfectly organized pantry with all sorts of unique and smart food storage solutions!

The final basket holds all of our liquids. From oils and vinegars to sauces and syrups, if it’s an on open (non-refrigerated liquid), it goes here. Not only do I like that the basket forces us to keep our collection of liquids to a realistic size, but just like dry ingredients on the bottom shelf, this basket also acts like a drawer. Instead of placing these items on a shelf or turntable where they can get lost or tip, we can easily get out exactly what we need by sliding the basket right out or off the shelf entirely.

Take a tour of a perfectly organized pantry with all sorts of unique and smart food storage solutions!

The next shelf up holds 8-10 more Oxo containers which we (mostly) use for our dry grains and pastas. While we do have some items that are constant (brown rice, couscous), there are others that phase in and out based on what recipes I’m making. You’ll notice that I’ve abandoned labels on these containers. Not only are these containers clear (so you can obviously see what’s in them), but the contents rotate so frequently that I wasn’t keeping up with swapping out the labels.

Take a tour of a perfectly organized pantry with all sorts of unique and smart food storage solutions!

While I know how to use/prepare almost everything on this shelf, every now and then I will buy something “exotic” that I don’t know how to cook. In these cases, I will simply cut out the directions and throw it right into the container with the grain itself.

Somehow I didn’t get a great shot of the top shelf, but you may have noticed that it’s pretty empty. We usually store a few back-ups of larger items (such as bags of tortilla chips or boxes of La Croix), along side a few boxes of cereal. Like our snacks, we try to only keep one or two boxes of cereal in rotation at a given time to keep it from going stale.

Last but not least, let me show you how we store our canned and jarred foods…

Take a tour of a perfectly organized pantry with all sorts of unique and smart food storage solutions!

On the inside of the pantry door is a basic wire organizer. Admittedly, I didn’t like this thing one bit when we first moved in (it was already installed by the owner). Over time though, I’ve come to appreciate it as an out-of-the-way place to store jarred and canned goods (thereby freeing up precious shelf space). We don’t use too many of these items, and I usually shop for only what we need for the week, so this amount of space is ideal for us.

Take a tour of a perfectly organized pantry with all sorts of unique and smart food storage solutions!

I absolutely love the way this pantry is functioning for us. Although it took me a little while to get the final few details in place (mainly, the new paper along the back), we’ve been living with this arrangement for quite some time. I can safely and surely say that the amount and type of storage we have has been perfect for the various foods we use and eat most. At a glance, I can quickly tell what needs to be re-stocked, and getting groceries put away is quick and easy thanks to intuitive and simple categories and clear labels. I worked hard to get this pantry right, and it was well worth the effort!

Take a tour of a perfectly organized pantry with all sorts of unique and smart food storage solutions!

When it comes to organizing your own pantry, I can’t emphasize enough how much you need to consider the size and shape of your shelves, how you like to store various foods, and what you need accessible and where. That said, below are the products we’re using and loving to keep our pantry nice and tidy!

 

I hope you all enjoyed this look at our pantry! If you need more ideas or solutions, be sure to check out these posts below!

Get your pantry and spice cabinet in order with these fully customizable pantry and spice jar labels! Simply edit, print and label!
Give your pantry some personality and pizzazz by adding patterned wrapping paper to the back with this easy tutorial.

 

I hope you all have a great weekend! I’ll see you back here next week!

Take a tour of a perfectly organized pantry with all sorts of unique and smart food storage solutions!

See You Soon!
Megan

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23 Pantry-Organization Videos From TikTok That'll Suck You Down a Rabbit Hole of Containers and Labels

If you are in the spring-cleaning spirit or simply love organizing your home, head on over to TikTok. The app has tons of fun before-and-after videos, plus an endearing amount of organizational tips and tricks that'll suck you down a rabbit hole of inspiration — especially when it comes to kitchen pantries. From all of the life-changing storage containers you can buy that'll transform a chaotic pantry into an organized oasis to the labels that give everything its place, there's something so satisfying about watching a messy pantry turn into a flawless system — especially if you're in the market for a pantry overhaul yourself! Even if you don't own a home with a sprawling pantry like these lucky TikTokers do, there are definitely still some takeaways worth noting. If you're interested in passing the time while learning about a new way to get organized, let us help get you started with the 23 TikTok videos ahead.

Источник: https://www.popsugar.com/home/pantry-organization-ideas-from-tiktok-48239714

Those dream pantries you see in magazines and on home decor blogs aren't as far out of reach as they seem. By paring down your pantry staples and employing a few smart organization tricks, you can have the clean, sleek storage you've always wanted—without spending a fortune.

1. Coordinate your containers.

Consistency is key to giving your pantry a clean, streamlined look, so start with your storage supplies. Matching canisters in various sizes look great and keep everything in it's proper place.

BUY NOWOXO Slant Jar, $17, containerstore.com

2. Do a sweep of your spices.

Chances are you have about six jars of cinnamon hiding in your spice cabinet. Free up much-needed space by going through all your seasonings and tossing duplicates, plus any old or expired jars.

BUY NOWSpice Jar Chalk Label Set, $26, amazon.com

3. Get cans under control.

We're obsessed with this genius idea for can storage. Inexpensive wire baskets allow you to store them horizontally to maximize your space, plus everything is in plain sight and it's easy to tell when you're running low on your favorite soup.

BUY NOWStackable Basket, $5, containerstore.com

4. Stock up on clear jars.

Grains, nuts and flours come in bags and containers of all shapes and sizes, which can be awkward to store and create unwanted clutter. Pour them into pretty glass jars instead to get avoid the eyesore.

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5. Embrace baskets.

Neatly labeled baskets are a major component of expert organization. No more causing an avalanche while digging through your pantry for the last box of pasta.

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6. Consolidate baking supplies.

There are plenty of pantry items that don't necessarily fit into a neat category, which is where bins come in. All those miscellaneous baking mixes and other odd ingredients can be corralled into one place that's easy to pull out when it's time to use them.

BUY NOWPantry Bins, $13, containerstore.com

7. Plan for pull-out drawers.

If you're getting ready for a kitchen renovation, consider making pull-out drawer storage a priority for your pantry project. Cans, jars and other short containers can be stored deep in the cabinet, but found in no time thanks to the drawer slides.

8. Put like items in plastic bins.

Load individually wrapped snacks into clear, plastic bins with drawers so you can throw together packed lunches in a flash. If you keep them at eye-level, kids can even help pick out their own treats to take to school.

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9. Make use of the doors.

The inside of your pantry door is an opportunity for more precious storage space. Install a shallow spice rack to keep all your seasonings within view or add a nook to slide in rolls of tin foil and cling wrap.

BUY NOWWall-Mount Spice Rack, $150, bedbathandbeyond.com

10. Label with washi tape.

If label makers aren't your thing, keep the organization process simple by buying a few rolls of colorful washi tape. It comes in cute designs and is perfect for quickly labeling jars and other containers.

BUY NOWWashi Tape, $11, amazon.com

11. Add whimsy with wallpaper.

Sure, your pantry probably isn't seen by guests on the regular, but there's no reason you can't spiff it up a bit. Add patterned wallpaper behind the shelving for a pop of color — it might even inspire you to do more home cooking!

BUY NOWPeel & Stick Wallpaper, $30, target.com

12. Integrate custom cabinetry.

If you're lucky enough to have the cash, think about designing a custom pantry unit that has a place for your cooking supplies and even large appliances. Large drawers are great for stowing away bigger pieces like blenders and mixers.

13. Play with open shelving.

If you're really strapped for space, it may not be possible to keep all of your pantry staples out of sight. Invest in tasteful containers for a few frequently used ingredients—then put them on display on open shelving.

14. Have fun with chalkboard paint.

What better place to keep a running grocery list than right next to where you keep all the food? Chalkboard paint is a fun and functional way to add a personal touch to the pantry.

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15. Create extra shelving.

Make use of the narrow space between the shelves and pantry door by screwing small baskets or desk organizers to the wall. These are perfect for holding spices and seasonings that won't fit elsewhere.

BUY NOWInterDesign Baskets, $13, containerstore.com

16. DIY a chip-clip rack.

Get crafty and use a spray-painted yard stick and curtain clips to make your own in-pantry snack rack.

BUY NOWCurtain Clips, $6, amazon.com

17. Try tile for easy cleaning.

If you're revamping your pantry space, consider trendy subway tile. It looks sleek and is super easy to wipe down whenever your storage needs a deep clean.

BUY NOWWhite Tile, $36, amazon.com

18. Learn to love lazy susans.

These old-school turntables are a bit out-of-date for your kitchen table, but they're ideal for keeping oils, sauces and other seasonings in order.

BUY NOWOXO Lazy Susan, $17, amazon.com

19. Use what you have.

For an inexpensive storage option, turn a hanging shoe rack into a snack station. Granola bars, chips, pretzels and even K-cups are easily accessible, yet out of the way.

BUY NOWShoe Organizer, $15, bedbathandbeyond.com

20. But bring in some glitzy accessories.

Beyond the functional aspects, have some fun with your pantry decor. A fancy light fixture, colorful cookbooks and more playful accessories will give the space a cheerful look.


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If you occasionally pull out a jar of tomato sauce or a can of beans with an expiry date two years in the past, chances are your pantry's organizational system could use a little overhaul. There's no shame in it—we'd venture to say keeping your pantry in check is even more challenging than maintaining an organized closet. But there's good news: With the right systems in place, keeping tabs on what you have—and when it needs to be consumed—is a breeze.

You don't have to spend a fortune on baskets, glass or plastic storage containers, and a label maker. either And you certainly don't have to meticulously transfer every single piece of food into a new bin or tackle complex IKEA hacks. (Though there's no denying those efforts make for a very Instagram-worthy space.)

Whether you have a large walk-in pantry with perfectly-spaced wooden shelves and a bonus countertop or a small closet or cabinet with wire shelves, these clever expert-approved pantry organization solutions can help you get a handle on your stockpile of food—stat.

Источник: https://www.oprahdaily.com/life/food/g32184852/how-to-organize-pantry/

The First 5 Things You Should Buy to Organize Your Pantry, According to Emily Henderson

An organized pantry is truly a feast for the eyes with coordinating containers and gorgeous color schemes. But, if you're a bit lost on how to establish the pantry of your dreams, we understand. Between tight spaces or lack of motivation, your pantry can easily be forgotten when it comes to home organization—and we're here to help, along with a familiar face when it comes to design and keeping organized.

"I have a general obsession with organization—not because I am someone that is organized, but precisely because I'm not," stylist and designer Emily Henderson tells MyDomaine. "In order for me to live a happy and neat life, I have to take the time to organize. Once you have a system, then you can stick to it, and the upkeep becomes pretty easy."

Meet the Expert

Emily Henderson is a stylist, interior designer, TV host, and founder of Emily Henderson Design. She also is the author of STYLED, a New York Times bestselling book, and an avid DIYer,

In partnership with Rubbermaid, Henderson has been helping her followers get their pantries organized just in time for the spring cleaning season.

"Pantry organization is especially hard for me because I have kids, but Rubbermaid has a beautiful new pantry line that is stackable, modular, and very smart," Henderson explains. "You can fit a ton in the containers, everything is easily visible so you know when you're running low on something, items do not go stale, and it just makes being a mom a lot easier. Plus, it also looks pretty in your pantry."

I have a general obsession with organization—not because I am someone that is organized, but precisely because I'm not.

Ready to get decanting? These are the first five things you should buy to achieve beautiful pantry organization, according to Emily Henderson. 

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Clear Containers

The key to beginning your pantry organization journey starts with a bit of design. In order to get a neat and clean look—plus extend the shelf life of your favorite products—invest in a set of clear containers that will transform the look of your pantry, like Henderson’s current favorites, the Rubbermaid Brilliance containers. 

“I take the cereal and snack bars out of the box and put them in a container, and afterward, it just looks so good and I'm really proud of myself,” Henderson says. “If you want to, even decant your spices. Buy spices in bulk, like salt and pepper, and decant them in a way that feels beautiful and functional for you.”

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Decanting Containers

If you’ve ever obsessed over an organized pantry, it’s probably thanks to aesthetically pleasing containers that match and hold decanted products. Henderson explains that just about anything can be decanted, but there are some kitchen items that work better than others.

“Flour and sugar are always in need of decanting, but even things like snacks should get decanted as well,” she suggests. “This saves a ton of space, and it also gives us an idea of what we actually have left.” 

Buying in bulk can save packing and money in the long run. Henderson notes that she buys dried peppers, dried fruit, and nuts all in bulk, and stores a portion of them in airtight containers.

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Baskets for Snacks

If the phrase "pantry hierarchy," has you a bit confused, let Henderson clarify. “My pantry hierarchy consists of a few tiers,” she explains. “The bottom tier is where the snacks and cereals live—everything that the kids grab. These are very accessible shelves and the kids know to put back whatever they use here."

Keeping the most reached-for items on one shelf keeps the others looking as organized as possible. "Above the snacks are the cooking essentials that I grab all the time that I know I can keep organized, and at the very top are baking supplies," Henderson continues. "We're not a big baking family, so flour and sugar stay on the top, but you should organize in a way that works best for your needs.”

If you have a cabinet closer to the floor, this is a great place to establish a pullout drawer for heavy kitchen essentials, like large gallons of oil or bulk items.

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Labels

Labeling containers not only helps you remember what you have, but also establishes a home for each product. Getting labels for your containers and cabinets is as easy as visiting a site like Etsy or Amazon, which sell premade labels and templates to get that neat, visually pleasing look.

“I need structure, and so I have labeled every drawer in my home,” Henderson explains. “Every container needs to hold a variety of items in some cases, so create some flexibility by labeling generally. Don’t specifically say Cheerios, and write cereal instead."

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Stackable Containers

It's easy to let items fall to the back of the cabinet never to be seen again. Henderson suggests using your containers to maximize the underutilized vertical space in your cabinet.

“Stackability is extremely important because most people don’t have large walk-in pantries, so you need to be able to utilize height in smaller spaces,” Henderson says. “Having your containers be modular, stackable, and clear is really important—this will bring you closer to maximizing your space.”

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Bonus Tip: Add a Lazy Susan

“For sauces and other messy items, I use Lazy Susans that have compartments,” Henderson says. “Because certain items have a tendency to spill over, I keep messy things like syrup, honey, and peanut butter in a Lazy Susan standing up.”

Источник: https://www.mydomaine.com/what-to-buy-to-organize-pantry-5179512

The 10 Best Pantry Organization Bins and Shelves of 2021

Home Edit Kit

If you want a pre-curated kitchen storage solution, you will love this set from The Home Edit collection, exclusively available at The Container Store. This set contains a selection of pieces from a collaboration between iDesign and the team from the eponymous Netflix series. You can customize your choices per your needs, but the pre-selected items include two two-tier lazy Susans, a three-tier expandable shelf, three divided Lazy Susans, four large 2.5-quart canisters, four medium 1.5-quart canisters, four all-purpose bins, and an additional single-tier lazy Susan.

Use these pieces throughout your kitchen, from the pantry to the fridge and freezer. Made from BPA-free clear plastic, these keep your items well-organized while also keeping everything visible and easy to find. The organizers are not dishwasher-safe, so keep them clean with regular wipe-downs and the occasional hand wash. If you need additional pieces, the set is modular so you can mix and match to find the exact components you need for your space.

Источник: https://www.thespruceeats.com/best-pantry-organization-bins-5087338

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How to Organize Your Pantry (Our Best Pantry Organization Tips & Ideas!)

Whether you’re organizing a small pantry or looking for walk-in pantry organization ideas, these pantry organization tips and tricks will make cleaning and upkeep a cinch! Check out how to maximize food storage and minimize the mess when creating an easy and accessible family pantry storage space.

Looking for more kitchen and pantry organization ideas and hacks? These free printable pantry labels are a beautiful way to label your food storage containers, and here’s 30 genius kitchen storage hacks you’ll love!

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Believe it or not, this is the first time I’ve lived in a home that has a dedicated pantry. I’ve always had to get creative about how carve out space for food storage in cabinets or random areas (once, a basement) due to the lack california bank and trust albany ca a pantry. So I’ve learned how to maximize storage in even the smallest (almost non-existent!) spaces, and which has come in handy in just about every room in our home– not just our kitchen!

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Our current home– PRAISE!– does have a pantry, a huge walk-in sized one in fact. At first, I didn’t know WHAT food pantry organization do with it with all that space. Slowly though, I divided it into zones and put into place some space-saving tricks and made it work for us. Now, it’s one of my favorite spaces– utilitarian, yes, but it’s neat and tidy and makes finding what I need quick & easy. And you KNOW I love systems that make daily tasks easy!

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With a few simple organization tips in place that can TRULY work in about any sized pantry or cabinet, it’s easy to find what we need instantly. It’s more like a family command center with the added bonus of easily being able to food pantry organization exactly what we want and clean up any accidental messes. We store cleaning and emergency supplies along with items we use on a daily basis, and I’m going to show you how food pantry organization can do the same no matter what size pantry you have.

how to organize any size pantry for maximum food and household storage!

clever tips and tricks for organizing your pantry and maximizing food storage and space!

What Supplies do you Need to Organize Your Pantry?

Before you get started, here’s a handy list of supplies to have on hand:

  • shelf liner and scissors
  • permanent marker and a dry erase marker
  • trash bags and recycling bins
  • cleaning supplies
  • labels or label maker
  • pen and paper (or a notes or shopping list app on your Smartphone, if that’s how you roll)

As for storage containers and baskets, I urge you to wait until you know exactly what you need before purchasing them! If you’d like to gather what you already have around the house in terms of bins and baskets, that’s a good starting point– you can add or switch them out later. While you’re working on the pantry, make a list of the clear containers and baskets you need so you don’t waste money on storage items that don’t work for your family.

How to Organize Your Pantry Step-by-Step

Here’s my proven step-by-step process for cleaning and organizing your pantry. Once you have this system in place, upkeep is minimal and you’ll only need to tidy it up every so often with a seasonal or annual clean-out to check expiration dates and wipe the shelves. Pinky swear!

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1. Set up a staging area.

The very first step is to set up a staging area where you will sort the contents of your pantry and use as a workspace. You’ll need an empty surface such as a table, island or counter. Also get your trash and recycling bins out and ready; here’s the aftermath of my pantry cleanout:

how to organize any size pantry for maximum food and household storage!

I used one big box to food pantry organization all the smaller boxes to be recycled:

how to organize any size pantry for maximum food and household storage!

Not pictured, but I used our kitchen table and island as a place to sort as I emptied the pantry in step two.

2. Empty out your pantry space, and/or anywhere you store food. All of it, cabinets included.

Take everything out of your pantry and sort items into the following categories as you go:

  • keep (sort into smaller categories on a flat surface as you do this, such as ‘baking’, ‘snacks’, and ‘canned goods’)
  • toss (expired food or empty wrappers)
  • recycle (empty boxes and recyclable containers)
  • donate (food that’s not yet expired but you aren’t using will be appreciated by a food pantry)
  • move (items that belong in another part of your home)

This is going to look like a big ‘ol mess, but remember– it’ll be worth it. Trust the process!

3. Clean it.

Whether you have a full pantry or cabinet space, get in there and do some deep cleaning. Start from the top shelf and work your way down. Then, vacuum and clean the floors. Now you have a sparkling pantry, ready to showcase your delicious food!

4. Add shelf liner.

This is one step I almost skipped. When we first moved in, I put all my food on the shelves and by week two they started to look awful! Dings, scratches, chipped paint– UGH! All the shelves in my pantry looked like this, BIG mistake.

how to organize any size pantry for maximum food and household storage!

That’s when I realized lining all the shelves with EasyLiner shelf liner would be my best bet. Not only would it add a layer or protection to the shelving itself, it would make any spills easier to clean. Plus, it gives my shelves a nice, finished look! If you have wire shelves, this is a great way to catch spills and food from falling through the wires.

how to organize any size pantry for maximum food and household storage!

how to organize any size pantry for maximum food and household storage!

I debated whether I should go with a marble pattern or clear. This marble patterned EasyLiner has a smooth top and gripped bottom surface to keep it in place without an adhesive. In the end, I chose the clear liner but the marble liner is gorgeous and I have other ideas for that roll; you know how much I love that marble!

how to organize any size pantry for maximum food and household storage!

I love how the clear EasyLiner has little ‘grips’ so I don’t have to worry about glass jars slipping off shelves. ‘Specially when little hands are reaching into the candy jar while balancing on a step stool (ask me check balance wells fargo debit card I know, haha!)

how to organize any size pantry for maximum food and household storage!

PS– you can get EasyLiner at your local Walmart in tons of different colors and surface textures to match your personal style in case you’re not obsessed with marble like me. 😉

how to organize any size pantry for maximum food and household storage!

4. Decant items into containers and baskets.

THE most impactful task was decanting items into clear containers and matching baskets. You can find both on a budget too, you don’t need to spend a food pantry organization to get this look! But having a set of baskets and containers that all match makes the pantry look SO much more organized. I used OXO POP containers, but you could upcycle mason jars or find containers at discount stores.

how to organize any size pantry for maximum food and household storage!

how to organize any size pantry for maximum food and household storage!

The containers save tons of space because they use every last inch. You can stack them on top of one another, put taller ones behind and smaller ones in front, and flights to san jose much more.

how to organize any sized pantry (small spaces to a walk-in pantry) for maximum food and household storage!

As for baskets, the key is to get ones ones that match. You can find inexpensive baskets in discount stores, my advice is to go for a neutral color you can easily match in case you want to add onto them over time.

how to organize any size pantry for maximum food and household storage!

Root vegetables should be stored in a ventilated but dark place so I used wire magazines files and lined the bottoms with EasyLiner to make them mess-free. I used the bottom of the basket as a template to cut the liner:

how to organize any size pantry for maximum food and household storage!

and then added it to the bottom to prevent dirt and onion skin from going everywhere!

how to organize any size pantry for maximum food and household storage!

Grouping like items saves space, and looks good too. Cookie cutters double as decor when stored in a large glass jar.

how to organize any size pantry for maximum food and household storage!

You may be wondering– CARRIE– how do you know when the food expires if it’s decanted into jars? Easy. I simply write the expiration date on the back with a dry erase marker. I also do this with ratios for cooking– like my quinoa, for ally auto customer service phone number. I have the ratio of water to quinoa written on the north central high school hockey so I can easily reference it when cooking up a batch. I store both a dry erase marker and permanent marker in a basket in the pantry marked ‘Household’ so it’s always at my fingertips when needed.

how to organize any size pantry for maximum food and household storage!

We don’t have a lot of space in our mudroom, so I use the san jose earthquakes academy as a spot to store household items we use daily such as my daughter’s hairbrush/elastics (we do her hair before running out the door in the AM), sunscreen, and my workout gear. They look organized in matching baskets right at the front of our pantry, and now I never need to hunt for a bandaid or sunglasses.

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5. Arrange pantry items into zones.

We’re getting closer to the finish line! This part is crucial to keeping your pantry organized, because it creates a system that your family will (hopefully) learn and use each time they grab something from the shelves or put something away. As the adage goes, a place for everything and everything in it’s place.

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Whether you have only a few shelves or an entire walk-in pantry, you can use ZONES to stay organized! It’s time to put everything back into your pantry and cabinet by ZONE. Here’s the zones we used to group all our items:

  • household and emergency supplies

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how to organize any size pantry for maximum food and household storage!

  • canned goods- I used expandable shelves and it makes it super easy to see what we have

how to organize any size pantry for maximum food and household storage!

  • snacks- individual sized bagged snacks in one basket, open bags of snacks in the other, stacking bins for smaller bags and food pantry organization bars, and clear containers with commonly used snack items like popcorn kernels

how to organize any size pantry for maximum food and household storage!

how to organize any size pantry for maximum food and household storage!

  • baking ingredients and mixes- mixes are easy to grab when you utilize the corners of the pantry by adding Lazy Susans, and we put other ingredients in clear containers so we can see what we have (tip: use a dry erase marker to note the expiration date right on the back of the container!)how to organize any sized pantry (small spaces to a walk-in pantry) for maximum food and household storage!

clever tips and tricks for organizing your pantry and maximizing food storage and space!

  • breakfast items and cereal

how to organize any sized pantry (small spaces to a walk-in pantry) for maximum food and household storage!

clever tips and tricks for organizing your pantry and maximizing food storage and space!

how to organize any sized pantry (small spaces to a walk-in pantry) for maximum food and household storage!

  • gluten-free flours & mixes

how to organize any size pantry for maximum food and household storage!

  • cleaning supplies (and playdough apparently, lol)

how to organize any size pantry for maximum food and household storage!

how to organize any size pantry for maximum food and household storage!

how to organize any sized pantry (small spaces to a walk-in pantry) for maximum food and household storage!

6. Label the containers and baskets.

Now, my favorite part! Make sure everything is labeled so there’s no excuses for anyone to put things back in the wrong place. You can use a labelmaker (I swear by this one), these FREE printable pantry labels (there’s two styles, the one I used and another gorgeous look on a black circle), and/or bin clips like I used on the baskets.

how to organize any size pantry for maximum food and household storage!

how to organize any size pantry for maximum food and household storage!

7. Add hooks and pockets to walls and the back of the door to utilize every inch.

Don’t waste valuable space! Use hooks on the walls to hang aprons or stepstools, over-the-door shoe holders on the back of the door for small items, and floor space for large baskets of backup supplies!

how to organize any size pantry for maximum food and household storage!

how to organize any size pantry for maximum food and household storage!

This is, officially, the most difficult to photograph post I’ve ever done; no natural light + small space = I tried my best, ha! I hope to get my photographer out here and do better for you, but that’s an overall idea of how we’ve organized our walk-in pantry with tips I’ve picked up along the way from all those years when our ‘pantry’ was stuffed into small kitchen cabinets, baskets above the cabinets, and even wire racks in the basement.

how to organize any sized pantry (small spaces to a walk-in pantry) for maximum food and household storage!

Hopefully you picked up a pantry organization idea or two! How do you organize your pantry? Are you dealing with pantry storage in a small space or looking for more walk-in pantry organization ideas?

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The 10 Best Pantry Organization Bins and Shelves of 2021

Home Edit Kit

If you want a pre-curated kitchen storage solution, you will love this set from The Home Edit collection, exclusively available at The Container Store. This set contains a selection of pieces from a collaboration between iDesign and the team from the eponymous Netflix series. You can customize your choices per your needs, but the pre-selected items include two two-tier lazy Susans, a three-tier expandable shelf, three divided Lazy Susans, four large 2.5-quart canisters, four medium 1.5-quart canisters, four all-purpose bins, and an additional single-tier lazy Susan.

Use these pieces throughout your kitchen, from the pantry to the fridge and freezer. Made from BPA-free clear plastic, these keep your items well-organized while also keeping everything visible and easy to find. The organizers are not dishwasher-safe, so keep them clean with regular wipe-downs and the occasional hand wash. If you need additional pieces, the set is modular so you can mix and match to find the exact components you need for your space.

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23 Pantry-Organization Videos From TikTok That'll Suck You Down a Rabbit Hole of Containers and Labels

If you are in the spring-cleaning spirit or simply love organizing your home, head on over to TikTok. The app has tons of fun before-and-after videos, plus an endearing amount of organizational tips and tricks that'll suck you down a rabbit hole of inspiration — especially when it comes to kitchen pantries. From all of the life-changing storage containers you can buy that'll transform a chaotic pantry into an organized oasis to the labels that give everything its place, there's something so satisfying about watching a messy pantry turn into a flawless system — especially if you're in the market for a pantry overhaul yourself! Even if you don't own a home with a sprawling pantry like these lucky TikTokers do, there are definitely still some takeaways worth noting. If you're interested in passing the time while learning about a new way to get organized, let us help get you started with the 23 TikTok closest 24 hour walmart to me ahead.

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If you occasionally pull out a jar of tomato sauce or a can of beans with an expiry date two years in the past, chances are your pantry's organizational system could use a little overhaul. There's no shame in it—we'd venture to say keeping your pantry in check is even more challenging than maintaining an organized closet. But there's good news: With the right systems in place, keeping tabs on what you have—and when it needs to be consumed—is a breeze.

You don't have to spend a fortune on baskets, glass or plastic storage containers, and a label maker. either And you certainly don't have to meticulously transfer every single piece of food into a new bin or tackle complex IKEA hacks. (Though there's no denying those efforts make for a very Instagram-worthy space.)

Whether you have a large walk-in pantry with perfectly-spaced wooden shelves and a bonus countertop or a small closet or cabinet with wire shelves, these clever expert-approved pantry organization solutions can help you get a handle on your stockpile of food—stat.

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Those dream pantries you see in magazines and on home decor blogs aren't as far out of reach as they seem. By paring down your pantry staples and employing a few smart organization tricks, you can have the clean, sleek storage you've always wanted—without spending a fortune.

1. Coordinate your containers.

Consistency is key to giving your pantry a clean, streamlined look, so start with your storage supplies. Matching canisters in various sizes look great and keep everything in it's proper place.

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2. Do a sweep of your spices.

Chances are you have about six jars of cinnamon hiding in your spice cabinet. Free up much-needed space by going through all your seasonings and tossing duplicates, plus any old or expired jars.

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3. Get cans under control.

We're obsessed with this genius idea for can storage. Inexpensive wire baskets allow you to store them horizontally to maximize your space, plus everything is in plain sight and it's easy to tell when you're running low on your favorite soup.

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4. Stock up on clear jars.

Grains, nuts and flours come in bags and containers of all shapes and sizes, which can be awkward to store and create unwanted clutter. Pour them into pretty glass jars instead to get avoid the eyesore.

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5. Embrace baskets.

Neatly labeled baskets are a major component of expert organization. No more causing an avalanche while digging through your pantry for the last box of pasta.

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6. Consolidate baking supplies.

There are plenty of pantry items that don't necessarily fit into a neat category, which is where bins come in. All those miscellaneous baking mixes and other odd ingredients can be corralled into one place that's easy to pull out when it's time to use them.

BUY NOWPantry Bins, $13, containerstore.com

7. Plan for pull-out drawers.

If you're getting ready for a kitchen renovation, consider making pull-out drawer storage a priority for your pantry project. Cans, jars and other short containers can be stored deep in the cabinet, but found in no time thanks to the drawer slides.

8. Put like items in plastic bins.

Load individually wrapped snacks into clear, plastic bins with drawers so you can throw together packed lunches bank of hawaii kona a flash. If you keep them at eye-level, kids can even help pick out their own food pantry organization to take to school.

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9. Make use of the doors.

The inside of best financial credit union careers pantry door is an opportunity for more precious storage space. Install a shallow spice rack to keep all your seasonings within view amazon prime movies add a nook to slide in rolls of tin foil and cling wrap.

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10. Label with washi tape.

If label makers aren't your thing, keep the organization process simple by buying a few rolls of colorful washi tape. It comes in cute designs and is perfect for quickly labeling jars and other containers.

BUY NOWWashi Tape, $11, amazon.com

11. Add whimsy with wallpaper.

Sure, your pantry probably isn't seen by guests on the regular, but there's no reason you can't spiff it up a bit. Add patterned wallpaper behind the shelving for a pop of color — it might even inspire you to do more home cooking!

BUY NOWPeel & Stick Wallpaper, $30, target.com

12. Integrate custom cabinetry.

If you're lucky enough to have the cash, think about designing a custom pantry unit that has a place for your cooking supplies and even large appliances. Large drawers are great for stowing away bigger pieces like blenders and mixers.

13. Play with open shelving.

If you're really strapped for space, it may not be possible to keep all of your pantry staples out of sight. Invest in tasteful containers for a few frequently used ingredients—then put them on display on open shelving.

14. Have fun with chalkboard paint.

What better place to keep a running grocery list than right next to where you keep all the food? Chalkboard paint is a fun and functional way to add a personal touch to the pantry.

BUY NOWKrylon Chalkboard Paint, $20, amazon.com

15. Create extra shelving.

Make use of the narrow space between the shelves and pantry door by screwing small baskets or desk organizers to the wall. These are perfect for holding spices and seasonings that won't fit elsewhere.

BUY NOWInterDesign Baskets, $13, containerstore.com

16. DIY a chip-clip rack.

Get crafty and use a spray-painted yard stick and curtain clips to make your own in-pantry snack rack.

BUY NOWCurtain Clips, $6, amazon.com

17. Try tile for easy cleaning.

If you're revamping your pantry space, consider trendy subway tile. It looks sleek and is super easy to wipe down whenever your storage needs a deep clean.

BUY NOWWhite Tile, $36, amazon.com

18. Learn to love lazy susans.

These old-school turntables are a bit out-of-date for your kitchen table, but they're ideal for keeping oils, sauces and other seasonings in order.

BUY NOWOXO Lazy Susan, $17, amazon.com

19. Use what you have.

For an inexpensive storage option, turn a hanging shoe rack into a snack station. Granola bars, chips, pretzels and even K-cups are easily accessible, yet out of the way.

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20. But bring in some glitzy accessories.

Beyond the functional aspects, have some fun with your pantry decor. A fancy light fixture, colorful cookbooks and more playful accessories will give the space a cheerful look.


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Pantry Categories That Will Level Up Your Organization

How to use pantry categories to organize your food storage space. A simple pantry organization idea that makes a huge difference!

A close up of pantry labels for pantry categories on a wooden table

Pantry Categories

The best way to organize your pantry is to break it up into pantry categories or zones.

In this article, you’ll get ideas for pantry categories, tips for organizing your pantry, and ideas for doing a food inventory.

Food Inventory Categories with What You Have On Hand

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If you’re just starting to organize your pantry, it’s helpful to take everything out of your pantry so you can see what you food pantry organization if you’ve organized your pantry before, this is a useful step.

It gives you the chance to declutter, throw out expired items, and be more aware of what you’ve been storing in your pantry.

As you take items out of the pantry, group them by category.

Some of your categories might be broad (like “baking” for baking soda, baking powder, etc.), and others might be super narrow (like “diced tomatoes” if you just happen to have 13 cans of diced tomatoes in your pantry!).

Take everything out, and do one of the following for each item:

As you put things into categories, you can just group them together on your counters, a table, the floor, or whatever works for you.

This step will give you a good visual of exactly what you’re working with.

Plus, once everything’s out, you can wipe everything down inside your pantry and give it a good cleaning.

Pantry Organization Categories

Once you have everything out of your pantry, and grouped into loose categories, it’s time to think about what types of zones you want to create in your pantry.

You may want to just stick with the categories you came up with while taking everything out of your pantry!

But if you need some more ideas, check out the list below.

You will NOT need to use every single one of these categories, but seeing the ideas may trigger some good ideas about how you want to organize the items you have.

  • Canned goods
  • Pasta & rice
  • Baking items
  • Snacks
  • Breakfast foods
  • Nuts & Seeds
  • Mixes
  • Vinegars & Cooking Wines
  • Oils
  • Sauces
  • Condiments
  • Sweets & Candy
  • Pickled items
  • Boxed Meals (like macaroni and cheese)
  • Cereals
  • Spices
  • Beverages, tea, coffee
  • Root vegetables (onions, potatoes – though they shouldn’t be stored together)
  • Breads
  • Paper goods
  • Soups 
  • Fruits & vegetables
  • Pet food
  • Sides
  • Beans & legumes
  • Jellies & spreads
  • Canned meats
  • Miscellaneous – because some things just don’t fit in a category, no matter how hard we try!

Pantry Inventory List Printable

To keep our pantry organized, I make a pantry inventory so I always have a good idea of what we have.

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Always know what’s inside your pantry with these stylish pantry inventory printable pages!

No more fearing what might be lurking in the depths of your pantry, or losing food to spoilage.

Use these printables to organize your pantry, and use it as a money-saving tool.

Get 25 pantry inventory printable pages with columns for the item name, quantity, and use-by-date.

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breakfast foods
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pet food
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nuts & seeds
candies & treats
beverages
jellies & spreads
canned meats
canned goods
spices
sauces
snacks
breads
paper goods
baking goods
soups
fruits & vegetables
miscellaneous
use it up! (for things you want to use up right away)

Great for meal planning!

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Favorite Pantry Category Labels

Once you have all of your pantry items divided into categories, it’s helpful to label containers, shelves, or bins to make things easier to find.

There are so many pretty and inexpensive pantry labels on Amazon.

Here are some of our favorites:

 


 

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