I recently reorganized my pantry, and I want to share it with you. It’s extremely difficult to get good pictures of this since it is so dark and in a hallway, so I couldn’t stand directly in front of it, but I will show you what I can.
Starting at the top, the white bin from Target has party supplies (napkins, plates, cups, tablecloths). To the right of that is my cake decorating toolbox and to the right of that is a bowl with a mix and my stir fry pan.
The shelf below that has some of my favorite “clip boxes” from Target by Sterlite. I still need to put labels on the right ones. The unlabeled ones have microwave popcorn, silverware, and one is empty.
The next shelf has canned products and 13 by 9 pans. The cans are on mega can organizer from the Container Store.
The next shelf is the most dramatic transformation. The green bin has items for my husband’s lunches. To the right of that are more Sterlite clip boxes. One has gluten free items and the other has dry beans and lentils. To the right of that is an 18 inch lazy susan. That is my favorite part of this project. The wall blocks that space and so it’s very difficult to pull bins out. The lazy susan makes everything easily accessible and helps corral a bunch of random items.
The next shelf has the microwave and some empty bins. I don’t like my seldom used microwave taking up space on the kitchen counter, so I had a plug installed in the pantry for it. I LOVE having it there – so, so much better than sitting out on the counter!
The floor houses my canister vacuum cleaner, my cleaning caddy, and some 9 by 9 casserole dishes that are usually only used on freezer cooking day.
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