{ROUND UP} Pantry Organisation

It’s been a fun fortnight sharing with you some ideas on how I organise my pantry.  There is so much more to share, however I have to wrap it up here as the following weeks will be the starting the ’20 days to Organise and Clean your home’ Challenge.

Here is a round up of all the pantry organising posts

We started the pantry series with not comparing your standard to others, it doesn’t need to be perfect, just to the standard you are happy with.

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Here is how my pantry was organised before the makeover

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We then cleared the pantry and gave it a good clean.  I shared a video of all the storage solutions I use in my pantry

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We purged outdated spices

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I found some icecream cones that needed using, so I baked a cupcake in them.

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I found some other inspiring and organised pantry’s

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I wanted to clear the paper clutter from the fridge, so I made a cork board that fits perfectlly behind the pantry door

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I shared the little container I use to store my coffee and sugar

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And finally I gavenmy guide to sizes of Tupperware Modular Mate containers I use for my pantry

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I hope these ideas have inspired you!

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17 comments

Kerrilyn Page August 25, 2012 - 8:13 AM

We had just had a new pantry finished as this topic started so it has been perfect timing. The tupperware cupboard got a clean out too so I could find all my modular mates and other containers. Have used many of the ideas, and Howards Storage World got a few visits too, to stock up on new racking. Have purged my cookbook collection and added these to my pantry door using some old magazine racking, which means I haven’t been able to do the noticeboard idea. (bummer) Looking forward to the next 20 days of ideas.

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Meredith Myers September 9, 2012 - 10:51 PM

The container you use for coffee and sugar I use for grates carrot and chopped lettuce for school lunches, prep it all on Monday and we’re good for the week (only 1 at school so far). Makes healthy lunches quick and easy, even on days that I’m at work and have to be out the door by 730.

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Andrea Kruck February 6, 2013 - 8:18 AM

OMG, your pantry is exactly the same layout as mine but noooo way does mine look like yours. It is a mess, I am so disorganised and i look at my house and just have no idea how to clean it up! Where do I start??

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Katrina February 8, 2013 - 5:40 AM

The lazy susan in the corner of the pantry is a great help for all the jars, so then it’s not a jungle of food. I usually like to start in the kitchen, your pantry, fridge then cupboards, move onto your laundry and get back control. Have you seen my 20 Day’s to Organise and Clean your home challenge, it may help you with the process 🙂

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Jess Dixon May 13, 2013 - 9:09 AM

A Tupperware demonstrator (such as me) can help you organise your pantry and advise you as to which modulars for best in your pantry. I became a demonstrator to do my pantry but now I’m addicted. If I’m stressed I open my pantry. The only sane part of my house sometimes

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Sally McInerney November 23, 2013 - 8:58 PM

My pantry cupboard is just that a cupboard, so the shelving doesn’t have much room so I have baskets on each shelf to hold different things, such as spreads, or sauces. containers are a mixture of tupperware and supermarket types that hold flour,rice,pasta etc on the top shelf,

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Sophie January 8, 2014 - 7:33 AM

Where do you get / how do you do all your labels please? Love them 🙂

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Sarah January 31, 2014 - 8:53 AM

Do you have any suggestions for pantry’s that are deep? I have a new kitchen and my old pantry was very wide and shallow so I could see and reach everything easily. Now I have 2 deep pantries that are wonderful but I struggle to see what is at the back and am still working out what to put where so that our everyday items are at the front and other items at the back – but it’s easy to forget what I have as I can’t see half of it. If anyone has any suggestions I would greatly appreciate them. I do have some of the shelves from ikea that allow you to put things up abit higher but it still doesn’t quite solve my problem. Thanks 🙂

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Rachel January 31, 2014 - 10:14 AM

How about a lazy Susan for your jars?

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Nicole Barakat November 17, 2014 - 3:30 PM

Shelf for spices. I saw this and had to share. If I didn’t already have the fabulous YouCopia spice stack I would get one of these. How simple, yet amazing.

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Rachael September 26, 2016 - 9:26 AM

That’s hilarious because I think the first pantry looks pretty awesome! I’ve got my muesli bar ingredients all labelled and stacked … nothing else is … an i feel so successful! I’m the teddy bear in the window at the start of this post 🙂

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