One of the best ways to keep a clean kitchen is to start with the pantry. When your pantry is organized, the rest of the kitchen has a way of feeling much cleaner. Here are 20 pantry organizers that will transform your pantry!
20 Pantry Organizers
- Keep your cupcake liners clean and dust-free by storing them in a clear jar. You know what you have and can see right away what you want.
- Use a magazine holder to store your cans. It keeps them upright and prevents them from falling over.
- Try clear containers in your pantry to better know where everything is.
- Definitely label everything. Labels help you easily find what you’re looking for!
- You can also use magazine holders for storing your wraps and foils. Just mount the holder to the wall, and store your wraps and foil inside.
- Organize things in baskets and make them easier to access. You can use any kind of basket you want, and they work well in cupboards too.
- If you have wire racks, then hang chips from the wire to add some extra storage space. Super easy and a quick fix!
- You can also make your own chip rack to you can hang your family’s chip collection for easy access.
- I love rolling carts, so if you can fit one in your pantry, then go for it. It adds so much more storage without ever getting in the way.
- Install pull out shelves in the pantry. Now you never have to go digging around where you can’t see.
- Install an over-the-door storage system that adds extra storage space easily. These bags are great for things that you need to grab quickly.
- If your pantry is small, get a shelving unit you can use outside of it.
- Lazy Susans are amazing. They turn a corner into usable space.
- Divide your pantry into zones. Keep dinner items in one basket, snacks in another, etc. So great!
- Get wall attachments that you can use for extra storage space. They just clip or nail into the wall.
Use a wire basket to store produce. It promotes freshness and prevents closed drawers from getting gross.
- Don’t forget to store a measuring cup attachment somewhere in your pantry. You won’t have to run between to the kitchen every time you need to measure something in the pantry.
- Attach hooks to the inside of your pantry wall. Slide foils and other wraps onto the hooks.
- Add corkboard to the inside of your pantry. Use it to leave yourself notes, write down recipes and make a grocery list.
- Get wire racks to hang on the doors of your pantry. They add usable space without taking up much room.