No Matter How Big, Small or Cluttered Your Pantry Is, You Can Get It Organized. Here Are 17 Pantries That Prove It!
When your pantry is cluttered, you tend to feel cluttered, too. If things are falling from the shelves and you can’t find a regular old box of pasta…you may have a problem. But no matter the current state or size of your pantry, there’s always a way to fix it! Check out these 17 organization hacks and get inspired to take your pantry into your own hands!
Utilize vertical shelves or tension rods to keep cutting boards and cookie sheets neatly in place.
Pull-Out Wire BasketsHGTV
For storage that tucks away when you need it to, these pull-out baskets are just the thing!
Magazine RackThe Wand Makers Mother
Storing potatoes is always a challenge. Use an old magazine rack to keep them organized and out of the way.
Hanging Office ClipsEveryday Home Blog
To keep chips fresh and clutter-free, use office clips to keep bags closed. If you have wire shelving, hang the clips for extra organization!
Spice Rack on DoorEveryday Home Blog
The back of your pantry door is an open space to be used! Install a spice rack and really utilize that space.
Laundry BagsEveryday Home Blog
Dollar store laundry bags make great storage for onions and garlic. They’re easy to hang from the pantry wall, too.
Plastic Wall PocketsEveryday Home Blog
Remember these little wall pockets you used for your shoes when you were a kid? Use them now to keep your pantry organized!
Pot Lid StorageEveryday Home Blog
Pot lids can get cluttered fast. Use this minimized shelving on the pantry wall or door to keep them in order.
Rolling CratesI Heart Organizing
Similar to the pull-out baskets, putting some casters on crates makes for storage that can disappear at a moments notice!
Under Shelf StorageBetter Home and Gardens
This is really creative. Take wire shelves and drill them UNDER your regular shelving for a quick, cheap space expansion!
Pencil Holder ShelvesDomestic Imperfection
To utilize every inch of wall space, even the smaller strips of wall, use small containers (like these pencil holders) to hold smaller pantry items.
Plastic Bulk BinsSand and Sisal
These are Costco bins! Brilliant. Easy to get a hold of, these value bulk bins make for great food storage when you’re done with them.
Wire Door ShelvesI Heart Organizing
For some extra space that’s discreet, screw some wire shelves into the inside of the pantry door.
Gum Ball DispensersClassy Clutter
Adorable! These gum ball dispensers are a cute way to organize your food and keep things like cereal fresh!
Chalkboard LabelsHoney I'm Home
These trendy chalkboard labels are pretty easy to come by and make for great, erasable labels to keep everything in order.
Trash Bag RollsSimply Orgnaized
Granted, this isn’t pictured in a pantry. However, it’s a great hack to keep messy garbage bags in line and could easily be done in your pantry, too!
DIY “Wallpaper”Home Stories A to Z
Looking to just liven up your boring pantry? This “wallpaper” isn’t permanent! It’s mod-podged fabric on contact paper and can easily be removed whenever you want a change!
Do you have any tips for organizing your pantry? Share them in the comments section below!