Organizing your kitchen pantry is crucial for keeping your counters a minimum of somewhat clutter-free, and it's safe to mention you may use a touch extra space, regardless of how big yours is. But what if you didn't need more room within the pantry, but rather some more efficient organizational and storage solutions? We're here to inform you that it's presumably the latter, which is great news because it means your pantry (and life) are going to be rather more efficient and arranged. Discover 09 pantry organization ideas that will truly save the day
Store dry goods in glass jars
There are numerous advantages to storing food in glass bottles. They are long-lasting and reusable. Glass bottles provide a true oxygen and moisture barrier, do not leach toxins into food, are abundant and inexpensive, and I could go on and on.
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Use an expandable cookware organizer
You can organize baking sheets, pots (and lids! ), pans, and other cookware with this expandable organizer—you can even order extra wires to customize it to your kitchen.
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Fill drawers with labeled containers
These airtight bins will completely transform your pantry—they're stackable, so you'll save space, and you'll be able to label them and see exactly what needs to be refilled at a glance.
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Put in drawer organizers
This expandable organizer can be adjusted to accommodate all of your utensils, giving your cutlery drawer a fresh new look.
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Fill up the sides
Hang a magnetic storage shelf on the side of your fridge or microwave to hold your spices and other household items.
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Use varying container sizes and shapes
These Durable Square Containers have been specifically designed to MINIMIZE SPACE, are STACKABLE, and will easily fit into your refrigerator or freezer, allowing you to organize your kitchen and free up pantry space. These clear containers are also simple to clean, user-friendly, and ready to use.
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Use an over the sink dish drying rack
If you don't have much room for a dish-drying rack but wash a lot of dishes, consider going vertical. Plates, utensils, bowls, soap, and other items can all be stored on this over-the-sink rack.
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Get Canned Goods Their Own Rack
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Use all possible room
Make use of a pantry organizer for small spaces. This slim shelf system fits into any 4-inch-wide gap beneath your counters, transforming an unused space into a mini pantry.