One common misconception about small pantries is that because they are tiny and lack a luxurious feel, they’re impossible to organize. But that is not true. Despite our best efforts, we can’t all have a Kardashian-style pantry with all the snacks and produce money can buy.
The good news is that no matter how small your pantry is, there are storage solutions that can help you create a functional and organized pantry while you wait for your dream pantry to come true. By utilizing smart storage solutions, and using every inch of space, you can achieve an organized pantry.
Get rid of the packaging and store staples in clear airtight containers. Not only will this create more space, but it will also create a more cohesive look. Glass airtight containers are perfect for keeping food fresh while maintaining an aesthetically pleasing look.
Stackable bins can hold plenty of items without taking too much space. Use them for vegetables, snacks, or other items you may have on hand.
Lazy Susans are great for holding many items and allowing you to see what you have. Use them to store oils, spices, and vinegar.
It can be easy to lose track of your canned goods so use racks to keep them visible.
If your pantry has enough space, you can add a rack to the door to create more storage.
Use large bins to store excess items that couldn’t be placed in containers. These are also good for paper goods and other supplies that you use in your kitchen.
It’s easy for things to get lost in a small pantry so keep things labeled so you know what is what.
Store small snacks and packets in clear divided organizers. This will make them easy to see and grab.
There you have it, simple tips to make your small pantry an organized and functional pantry you’ll love. Know any other tips for organizing a small pantry? Leave them below!
Aug 21, 2022
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