During the summer we had to move into a new house and while packing I had to clean out my black hole, the kitchen pantry. There were things in there I don’t even remember buying. There were three Tarragon Leaf spice jars and I don’t think anyone needs that much Tarragon. I found more flour then I know what to do with and way too many expired marinades and glazes.
The pantry is probably the fastest space to go awry. Once that first box is on the wrong shelf, new boxes will follow. And it’s exhausting to maintain. After strolling the isles, battling the checkout line, loading and unloading groceries, we are just too tired to put things away. So things just get shoved anywhere on the shelf.
I’m tired of the disorder so I asked Closet Factory Washington DC how to organize my cabinets and pantry, so I can plan that last-minute dinner or pack school lunches in a flash. Here are seven tips to keep your pantry organized.
Keeping your pantry organized will save you time in the kitchen. Take a few minutes to put things away when you get home from the grocery store and encourage families member to put things back in their place.
Pantry’s range in size and shape they can take up a single cabinet or an entire room. In our last house we had a small but deep pantry; in this house we don’t have one at all so it’s been a challenge trying to find space to store spices and dry goods. If you are frustrated with your space and struggling with ways to organize it, Closet Factory can help you design a pantry that fits your personal style.
What things do you do to maintain order in your pantry?
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