Sunday, January 15, 2017

Organizing Week 2—The Pantry

Last week's challenge was to organize the kitchen.  This was a pretty big job, but I'm so happy with how it turned out.  So, before we talk about the week 2 challenge (the pantry), let me show you my results and share with you some of the supplies I mentioned in the video linked below.  You can see a lot more detail by watching the video.

Dishes and glasses all in one cabinet.  I moved the shelves down so I can reach them.

All spices, vinegars, oils, etc. in one cabinet.  Those white things on the bottom left are called Swivel Stores and they hold spices.  By the way, that top shelf only holds what you can see.  I didn't put anything behind those bottles because I wouldn't be able to reach them.

I freed up some space when I moved the dishes, so I can have the bakeware in a larger drawer beside the oven.

This is called a "Best Of Station" and it is a way of gathering frequently used items onto a tray so they look organized.

Here are links to products I used to get organized:
(affiliate links)

Spoon Rest 
Bamboo Divider Boxes
Bamboo Spring-Loaded Dividers
Sink Mat
InterDesign Cabinet Door Organizer
Canister Carousel

Wire Bins
Expandable Shelf Organizer

And CLICK HERE for the printable labels:

Now, let's talk about the pantry.  When we moved into this house 3 months ago, I just never took the time to organize it.  You can take a look at it by watching the video above.

Here's the link to the tips about organizing the pantry at A Bowl Full of Lemons:

The name of the game is PURGE, CLEAN, and ORGANIZE.  Click HERE to get the PDF of tasks to complete.

Join me next week, so I can show you the results of my pantry and for the next challenge (the dining room).

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