Kitchen Storage: How to get a Pop of Pretty in your Pantry

60 Minutes
Cleaning out the pantry can seem like a daunting taste. Don't let it be! We're sharing the 411 on how to give your pantry a pretty makeover and increase your kitchen storage in this One-Hour-Or-Less DIY. Our Pantry Makeover Tips and DIY Storage will help you and have you loving you pantry again stat.
Get Organized and Makeover your Pantry in One-Hour-or-Less
Start by taking everything out. This is the worst part of this makeover. Promise.
After you give the shelves a good wipe down, start by adding in your dry goods. Clear containers upcycled and labeled make for an easy & attractive way to make it look nice and keep it that way.
Use a lazy susan for easy access to hard to reach areas. Think if you have any in your home you can move the the pantry to better utilize.
Even cover a big box with wrapping paper & clear contact paper. It makes a great way to corral the kid's snacks. My favorite part of our pantry makeover was the single roll of cork board I attached to the wall and trimmed with tape.
The cork wall and dry erase calendar make the pantry into a family command center to keep us organized and on time.

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  • Robyn Robyn on Jan 11, 2017
    where do you find the lazy susans? I have a couple from years back,have been looking for more,found a small one,first I have seen in years,it was over $9.00. anyone know of any cheaper anywhere

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    • Lynn Lynn on Sep 18, 2019

      Marbles inside pie pan with a flat surface for top. DIY.

  • Joanie Joanie on Apr 02, 2018

    I'm impressed by the lazy susan's........those are great help!!