Turn our black stackable wire baskets from a simple wire basket into a stylish new accent. The handles of each fold inward so you can stack multiples securely, letting you maximize vertical space on a benchtop or in cupboards. It's perfectly sized for holding everything from packaged foods to canned goods and fresh produce. Material: Iron wire with powder coating Dimensions: Small- 33cm x 15.8cm x 14cm Large-33cm x 26.3cm x 21cm Combined height: 32.9cm To label the baskets with our acrylic tags click here.
Organize your pantry with these easy hacks. These easy tips will help you not to buy doubles or have food become expired again.
If your pantry doesn't seem to be working for you, you might want to take a look at the shelves themselves.
Since I recently organized every drawer & cabinet in our kitchen, it was only fair that I made sure the pantry was equally as organized, right? Here's what I did in a nutshell: -tossed any expired items -removed all non-food related items -added a shelving organizer on the door (we did this awhile ago actually) -attached some wire baskets underneath with zip ties -added baskets to organize different food items -added glass jars for baking ingredients -labeled everything with chalkboard labels First, I threw out any expired items & removed all those non-food related items like light bulbs, cleaning supplies, & plastic cups. I organized the remaining items into groups: cereals, pasta, rice, grains, snacks, coffee, tea, & bread. Next, I transferred all these groups to their own baskets that I picked up from Garden Ridge (currently At Home Store): We also had 2 of those under-the-shelf wire baskets laying around. I figured we could use them to store onions & potatoes. Since we don't have actual wood shelves, I added a zip tie to hold the baskets in place on the very bottom shelf: Shortly after we moved in we added some shelving units to the inside of the door. (I definitely use the inside of the door to store things all over our house...it's prime real estate, right?) We store all of our canned goods & miscellaneous items here: Next, I had to figure out another storage solution for all the baking ingredients. Years ago I bought one of those 4-piece canister sets, but they didn't work out so well for me. I couldn't fit all the flour/sugar into the jars & the opening were not wide enough to fit a measuring cup anyway. So, for the last few years I have just been storing everything in Ziploc bags (which works just fine btw). However, I wanted something prettier (a la Ina Garten's kitchen), so I picked up some glass jars to store our flour, sugar, powered sugar, & brown sugar: I also bought some smaller glass jars to hold our baking soda, baking powder, & cornstarch: I was a little concerned about the brown sugar drying & hardening in the jar. Then I found out that you can buy these ceramic brown sugar bears that will keep the brown sugar moist (I bought mine @ Bed, Bath, & Beyond). Just soak it in water for 20 minutes & you're good to go: The small 'baking' baskets hold all those random items like food coloring, sprinkles, shortening, cupcake liners & extracts: Next, I had to label everything (of course). I went to Staples & picked up some Martha Stewart Chalkboard Labels. Since I couldn't stick the labels directly on the baskets, I cut out some scrapbook paper & attached the labels to the paper first. Then I used Velcro to attach the labels to the baskets: Here's a Before & After: Much better, right? Now that the pantry is finished, I have to create more storage space in our downstairs coat closet for all those items that I removed. ********************** Here are a couple of pantry updates since this original post... 2014 Refresh: 2017 Pantry Organization 2.0:
Recently, I shared some Pantry Organization Inspiration with you all. Today, I will be sharing my favorite Farmhouse Style Pantry Storage. I will be sharing some of my favorite jars as well as bins and baskets! Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links, which means we may receive a commission if you click a ... Read More about Farmhouse Style Pantry Storage
Clear canisters are AMAZING! Especially the air-tight ones. You can store rice, pasta, dried legumes, flour, sugar, and so many other things with clear glass containers! Sounds a good idea? Be sure to see the whole list! Check out these small pantry organizing ideas and try them at home! #organizing #organizingideas #organization #organizingtips
If you love a good makeover, wait until you see what our messy pantry looks like now. We gained so much storage and said goodbye to the clutter! You won't believe it's the same space.
I’m back with a spring edition of #stockedandstoked :) it was really fun sharing my fridge with you last fall , so I think we will make this a little series! Spring is looking vibrant and fresh as always. It’s getting me really excited for summer and all of the water-dense fruit and veggies to come
Our pantry went from chaotic and not functioning well for our family to one that is clutter free, pretty, and perfectly functional. This transformation has now ignited my desire to tackle other “eye sores” and poorly organized spaces down the road because of the difference it makes in our day-to-da
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