Short, shallow shelves are better than big, deep shelves, especially when you have a lot of stuff.
Fruit and veggies or your every-day ingredients are perfect on these open shelves.
Making lunches are a whole lot easier when you can see everything in your pantry.
Split up that deep cabinet to see the little things in your pantry.
Things like a broom and mop need a place in your kitchen, too.
Make your pantry doors work harder by giving them a purpose.
You can spin your spices or grains until you find the one you’re looking for, and it takes up less space.
This also works for bottles of wine, oil, or vinegar.
You’ll keep everything organized and you’ll be able to sort out your groceries in a jiffy.
Make sure to throw out expired products, and you might be able to get a pantry as organized as this one.
You’ll never have to search for that can of beans ever again.