How to Organize Your Pantry

So you’ve tossed the old, unloved and expired food and spices. What’s next? After decluttering the pantry, it’s time to get organized. But with so many organizing products to choose from, it can be hard to know which are worth buying and which will end up gathering dust (or worse: making your pantry even more cluttered).

To help you bring order to this hardworking part of your kitchen, we’ll divide your things into three categories: stuff you reach for every day, meal building blocks and staples, and occasionally called-for ingredients.

Bulk supply bin or crate

Bulk supply bin or crate
Sellars Lathrop Architects, llc

A dedicated shelf (or two) for essentials

A dedicated shelf (or two) for essentials
NEAT Method

Occasionally Called-For Ingredients

Occasionally Called-For Ingredients
NEAT Method

Meal Building Blocks and Staples

Meal Building Blocks and Staples
Haven

Risers for cans and jars

Risers for cans and jars
In The Closet

Baskets for potatoes and onions

Baskets for potatoes and onions
Cummings Architects

Stuff You Reach for Every Day

Stuff You Reach for Every Day
Space Exploration

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