Bogdana Celestyn. Kitchen Appliances. May 08th , 2017.
Labeled Kitchen Pantry
Whether or not you have a pantry in the traditional, “small room near the kitchen” sense or your kitchen is so small that you have no designated "pantry", you still have to store canned and packaged foods, spices, and other edibles that don’t belong in the fridge or freezer. Here are 50 pantry organization ideas to do that in an organized way, and they’ll work whether you have an old-fashioned pantry or simply use kitchen cabinets for non-perishable food storage.
A Large All-White Kitchen Pantry
Finding the right kitchen organizers for each item is a good place to start. Some foods are best stored in the containers they come in (canned vegetables, for instance.) Others can be better off transferred elsewhere. Cereals, for example, will go stale if their cardboard boxes aren’t always closed perfectly, but will last much longer in tightly closed plastic boxes. By moving foods that come in oddly shaped or soft packages, like pretzels, into sturdy containers with defined sides.
Turn a Closet into a Pantry
Turn a closet into a pantry with shelves and patterned wallpaper. Wallpaper allows you to really personalize your storage space.
Narrow, Open Shelving
Turn narrow, open shelving into a storage pantry. Now you can only do this if you commit to keep this area neat. That means storing items that comes in bulk and in matching containers like Pelligrino.
Pull-Out Pantry Shelving
Nothing makes your pantry more user-friendly than pull-put pantry drawers. This way you can visualize the contents of a drawers without having to root around in the back. Try this Rev-A-Shelf to recreate this look.
Sure, it’s great to buy in bulk if you can, especially if you have a large family. But don’t just buy multiple boxes of whatever because it’s on sale. Unless you're positive you’re going to use 20 boxes of Saltines well into the future, don’t bring them home and take up a whole shelf with them.
Tastes change, and you might end up with a lot of food you won’t eat after all.
If you do buy in bulk, make sure you prepare a storage space before you bring a ton of stuff home, and have labels ready.
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