Storage Dilemma: You would love a walk-in pantry in your kitchen for storing dry goods, but don’t have the space. Solution: A tall slide-out pantry cabinet open on both sides is a great alternative. It gives you an easy way to store your dry goods in a small footprint, and allows you to track your supplies – which eliminates waste and helps save money on your food bill.
This roomy gray pantry features white floor-to-ceiling shelves, hardwood floors and bench seats. A green area rug adds a pop of color, while a small window allows natural light to illuminate the space.
Install simple cup hooks to store your lovely teacups, instead of stacking them. Hooks not only keep delicate china out of harm’s way, but they are an easy way to add another dimension to your kitchen decor. In this butler’s pantry in Susan Sully’s book, “Past Present: Living with Heirlooms and Antiques," the hooks allow you to see the decorative details inside each cup that would have otherwise been hidden.
Not enough party ware to fill your oversized pantry? Consider using that extra space to organize sports gear. Gloves, shoes and caps fit neatly in this corner area of the pantry created by New Jersey based Cory Connor Designs.
Do you buy your spices in bulk? You might prefer hanging them for a whimsical display. Repurpose a small window treatment rod or use this
Fintorp IKEA rail and
Syrlig curtain clips to get the job done. Mount on the back of a pantry door to keep spices cool and dry.
Tucked behind the chic, family-friendly kitchen is an open pantry. Open shelving is perfect for keeping everyday dishes handy, and cool gray cabinets provide much-needed storage. The pantry also houses the wine refrigerator.
If you buy canned goods in bulk, investing in a can rack will make your pantry much tidier. By storing cans on their sides, you can easily grab what you need while the next-in-line can rolls to the front. Home storage company Atlantic makes canned food racks in many different shapes and sizes, such as the Three Shelf Can Rack shown here.
Built In White Slide Out Pantry Storage With Stainless Steel Refrigerator
Slide out pantry doors create ample storage that is easily tucked away to keep this kitchen organized and accessible. A stainless steel refrigerator is fixed into he cabinetry for a sleek finish. A peak at tall glass candleholders shows a feminine and decorative detail.
Save space by throwing out packaging, advises Clea Shearer, cofounder of The Home Edit, who recommends transferring items like granola bars and wrapped crackers into labeled bins. Or, shop in the bulk section when possible to skip cardboard boxes altogether.
An organized pantry doesn’t have to be boring. Be smart and snazzy by labeling shelves in your pantry. Here, DIY blogger Melaine Thompson installed simple brass label holders that she purchased on Etsy and divided items by use, such as baking.
Ready-made wine holders from SimplyNeu fit inside pantry cabinetry for a sleek solution to wine storage. Order this custom wine rack to your specifications and install yourself for a sleek organization solution.
Have high pantry shelves or just crave a more organized appearance for your foodstuffs? These Linus Pantry Binz from The Container Store do the trick. Translucent containers with built-in handles neatly store everything from packaged goods to produce.