How-to: organize your pantry with these essentials

In a space that’s used for keeping all of your food and everyday meals, it is important to maintain organization of your pantry. Knowing how to keep your pantry organized can be challenging, so today we are sharing tips to make it easy to find all of your everyday items.

My first tip of advice is to categorize your pantry by food group such as baking supplies, bulk items, canned food, pasta, sauces, prepackaged foods as well as snacks. To label each item and keep your pantry uniform, place the Scalloped Chalkboard Adhesive Labels or make your own with notecards for each item. They also have White Chalk Markers so you can write in your own handwriting. For baskets or items you can’t stick a label on check out these Chalkbord Handing Sign Tags for just $10 for six.

Whether you have a small amount of pantry space or a large walk-in closet, we can help you make the most out of the space that’s available. Keep scrolling to see what you should add to your pantry today.

Cardboard food boxes clutter the space, so stackable and clear containers let you store everything from cereal to chips as well as pasta in plain sight. You can really use these containers almost anywhere in your house that you need storage, from hair ties in the bathroom to pens in your office. The 10 set OXO pop containers come in a variety of sizes and shapes. The 2.4 and 4 quart containers are perfect for flour and sugar. The 2.1 quart container is perfect for spaghetti noodles, while these Slant Containers are easily-accessible and great for cookies or snacks. These containers have 4.5/5 star reviews on Amazon and have a price tag of $100.

Woven baskets can also be effective pantry organizers. Place baskets on shelves that can be reached easily and labeled. Fill them with everything from teas and waters to table linens or dishes. In addition to keeping your pantry looking good, the basket solution also minimizes the likelihood that you’ll misplace items or end up with wrinkled linens. For canned goods, the Gravity-Feed Can Rack is a perfect way to store cans for easy accessibility. Lastly, for fruit and vegetables the white Scala Steel Wire Stacking Baskets are an excellent option and make it easy to grab especially if you buy in bulk.

How do you organize your pantry? Let me know in the comments below.

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