The kitchen pantry is clutch for keeping your counters at least somewhat clutter-free, and no matter how big yours is, it’s safe to say you could use a little more space. These tips are here to save your life. save all your snacks.
Storage bins are functional, but not exactly stylish, so to make your pantry more to your decor asethetic, cover them in wallpaper. It’ll look better, and it’ll will help you differentiate between them.
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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.
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How to get to the stuff that inevitably gets pushed all the way to the back of the pantry? Follow the lead of IKEA hackers and add drawers.
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.
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Flat containers stack easily to take advantage of every bit of space in a pantry. Use them to store grains, breadcrumbs, rice, and nuts.
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Storing your pots and pans is one thing, but finding room for their lids, too, is an entirely different problem. A door rack keeps them out of your way, but still easily accessible when you need them.
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Use sink caddies and Velcro to create wall organizers made for flimsy packets that would otherwise get lost in the chaos of a closet. Bonus: This will help ensure what’s inside them doesn’t spill out too.
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All it takes is a wood crate and wheels to take advantage of that little gap of under-used space on your floor. Since stuff stored here is harder to get to, keep things you don’t use everyday, like reusable totes in it.
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If you store less-frequently-used cooking utensils in your pantry (think a meat tenderizer), take advantage of the loops on the end to hang them on hooks. This way, they’re still easy to grab when you’re in a rush making dinner.
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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 away from your cookies and crackers.
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Show us an organization problem, and we’ll show you a lazy Susan. The corner in your pantry usually ends up being the black hole where cans or bags go to be lost forever — but when you install spinners in this space instead, nothing will be forgotten again.
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Those stylish boxes with label holders from IKEA are a favorite in offices everywhere, but they have a place in your pantry, too. Cut a hole into one of the sides and stack canned foods by category (tomato sauces, vegetables, etc.) without lifting a lid to retrieve them.
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Move dry goods into tall, skinny containers to save space. You can pack more items onto the shelf, plus, these matching storage bins look way more organized and orderly compared to your usually multicolored chaos.
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You’ve probably passed by these racks in the grocery store — but they’re just as handy at home and will only cost you a few bucks. Add the rack to her pantry to create a chip hanger.
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That area between the end of your shelf and the door frame shouldn’t just be for show. Narrow cubbies fit snugly there and are the perfect size for your spices.
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Keep organization simple with wicker baskets. You can pile items on top of each other without worrying that they’ll topple over onto the floor the next time you open the door.
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This is the ultimate double-whammy: Those plastic skirt hangers will make sure your snacks don’t go stale make extra storage space appear out of thin air. But wait, there’s more: The hanger can also keep your cookbook open while you cook.
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Instead of stacking heavy pots and pans on top of each other (and using up valuable shelf space) just install peg board on a free wall. Suddenly your heavy-duty items are on display and easy to grab.
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Drawers that pull out allow you to pack your pantry full of food without having to worry about losing your pasta sauce into the far back corner you can’t reach. Then, organize your drawers by item type for more cohesive storage.
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No, they’re not just for sneakers — store spices, sprays, and spreads in the different slots. The organizer adds at least a shelf’s worth of extra storage to your pantry.
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