Organize Your Pantry

7 Ways to Organize Your Pantry

by Dannica
Published: Last Updated on

Have you ever found yourself having a hard time getting snacks or food ingredients from your pantry? If this problem has been bugging you, it’s time to reorganize! Turn your cluttered pantry into the Pinterest-worthy pantry of your dreams.

Why Organize Your Pantry?

If a messy pantry isn’t good enough for you to give the pantry a makeover. Here are some more reasons why:

  1. It will save you time. How many times have you stared at your pantry, not knowing where you put your favorite cereal? Not only that, but having a clutter-free can also free up some time refilling empty supplies.
  2. You’ll save a couple of bucks. An organized pantry can save you money. Sometimes, not knowing what is in your pantry, you might repurchase some stuff that you still have but can’t find.
  3. Hygienic. We store a lot of food in our pantry, so the cleanliness of this space should be a top priority, you wouldn’t want to get sick from molds or mildews in your pantry, right?
  4. Space Saver. By having a cluttered free pantry, you’ll have more space for other supplies.

7 Ways to Organize Your Pantry

If you’re sick of your messy pantry, here’s how to better organize your pantry without spending a lot:

Clear Containers + Labelers Are Your New BFF

Clear nifty containers and labelers will be your new best friend. With that said, if you are going to invest in something, invest in clear containers (as well as labelers). This way, you won’t have trouble finding which is which in your pantry. To further streamline and stay consistent, try to get containers from the same line or brand.

Home Kitchen Organizer Bin Pantry – $13.74

Plastic Kitchen Pantry Cabinet – $24.99

Easy-to-Use Label Maker – $24.99


Baskets are one of the best storage you can use for your pantry. Depending on your style, there are tons of styles to choose from. Neatly labeled baskets also make a great interior style statement.

Rattique Baskets – $20.99

Home Stacking Wire Market Baskets with Chalk Label – $32.99

Install Small Caddies

Maximize every space in your cupboard by installing small caddies. Use it to store excess kitchen utensils or even spices. You can even use it to store snacks for your kids.

Utensil Caddy – $12.99

Lazy Susans

You’ll never have to leave out or guess any supplies that you put in the back with a lazy susan. They are totally diy-able, though kind of old-school, lazy susans are still functional and a smart way to organize your pantry.

Non-Skid Pantry Cabinet Lazy Susan Turntable – $14.99

Kidney Shaped Polymer Lazy Susan – $53.44

Shoe Organizer Hack

Just like installing a caddy, you can maximize your pantry by putting a shoe organizer hack behind your pantry’s door. They are inexpensive, and almost everyone has them.

Crystal Clear Over the Door Hanging Pantry Organizer – $12.87

Create Space

If you want to create more space or just see better, you can add shelf inserts to your pantry. You can buy them or if you want, diy them. Aside from installing a shelf insert, you can also create space by stacking slim clear containers.

Clear It Out

There is no perfect way to keep your pantry organized, however, you can keep it as clean and systematic by clearing it out every few months. Another great tip is taking a few minutes of your day, checking, and just putting everything that needs to be in its place.

Keeping your cupboard or pantry doesn’t have to be so hard, with a few tools and creativity, you’ll have a systematic pantry. What would you like to see next? Leave a comment below!

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