Pantry Organizing

pantry organizing

My pantry is officially completed along with the pantry section. In case you missed the pantry section by all means, you should check that out. It is a completely different space from before, I utilized every inch of the wall and even added more to my original plan. Much better than before! Now, I am happy to share the finished inside of the pantry.

I transformed this IKEA DOMBAS wardrobe into my pantry by adding in shelves instead of the rod. You can see the entire progress of that transformation here. This is what the inside looked like before.

Now this is what it looks like now with the added in shelves.

Pantry organizing was so much fun and shopping for it was fantastic (probably not for the cashier). We filled up our Dollarama small cart with many glass containers ranging in different sizes so that our pantry could be organized nicely. The cashier had to wrap each and every one of them since they are glass. On the second round of container shopping (yes there was a second round) at Dollarama the cashier gave us a box to put it in. Dollarama has the best-priced glass containers, I mean who wouldn’t love buying containers that only cost $2.00-1.50!

After a wash, dry and label, I was ready to fill up the jars and shelve them onto the shelves.

One of my favorite spots of the pantry is the chips section. I found this wire basket in the As Is section of IKEA for $4.00. It is perfect for my siblings to grab their chips and go, but it is also high up for my son to not reach it. I tried placing it at the bottom of the pantry and found my son sitting on the floor eating chips.

The glass storage containers look fantastic against the homemade paper. Having these storage containers gets rids of all those bags and boxes while giving us the luxury of seeing what we have. We won’t be able to forget what snacks we have anymore because of the different container heights and labels.

Lower down, we have baskets and containers to store everything from rice to flour to pasta. I am still searching for an affordable large container to hold our rice and sugar, but until then we will have to settle with what we have.

On the other side of the pantry is where my things will be stored. I have more to add in and grocery shopping to do to fill this side up. The bottom is a little awkward for my to store some of my things so I think that I will add another shelf inside for more shelving.

A girl can’t live without her candy. I made sure my candy was well taken care of in these cute Dollarama containers. 

I am in love with my new pantry. The organizing looks great, we can see everything and the amount of space compared to the old pantry is pretty amazing. We are all benefiting from this organized beauty.

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22 Replies to “Pantry Organizing”

  1. Things look so beautifully put together love it!!!!!

    1. Thank you so much Mari πŸ™‚

  2. My pantry needs a total overhaul…love this!! Looks great!

    1. Thank you, Sandy! Hope this inspires you for your pantry!

  3. Great looking pantry! I'd love for you to share with us at our Friday Favorites link party!

    1. Thank you, Jerri, I will have to check it out.

  4. Your cabinet pantry turned out great. Sometimes I wish I could put a large cabinet in my kitchen for extra storage too.

    1. Thank you Erlene πŸ™‚

  5. I have beenn trying to figure out the best way to organize my deep pantry cupboard, and failing thus far. I love the pretty patterned background! Thank you for sharing on Merry Monday! Our new linkup went live, can't wait for you to stop by!

    1. Thanks, Megan, I find extra-large, large, medium and small containers works fantastic for us. You can see everything from the back to the front and labels are a great asset too!

  6. Hey there Shanice, I found your post via the Classy Clutter link party!

    You did an amazing job of organizing everything in your pantry, I think I'll have to take some ideas from you!

    Candle Junkies

    1. Aww thank you, Trish, I hope you continue to stop by πŸ™‚

  7. These are awesome ideas for organizing the pantry! Thank you for linking up at "A Little Bird Told Me" Wednesday link party. πŸ™‚ You are featured on Mama's Happy Hive blog this week!

    1. Thank you, Vanessa, for featuring me this week! I feel so honored!

  8. This is great! πŸ™‚

    1. Thank you, Alison πŸ™‚ Glad you like it!

  9. Wow! Great job! I love the navy and white backdrop in the pantry and those glass jars! Pinning!

    1. Thank you, Jennifer! I am always happy when someone likes my work. Also thank you for pinning! I appreciate it.

  10. Wow, Shanice, it's almost getting too tidy in your house, with all these closet makeovers LOL. Just kidding. You are doing fabulously, and I bet it's really nice to open that pantry and then see what you have created. Well done!!! Thank you for linking it up at SHARE IT sunday linky party. A new party opens again tomorrow and I can't wait to see what you'll link up this time! Till soon, Rose

    1. It sure is nice, Rose, thank you for stopping by and commenting. I appreciate your kind words. See you at the next party!

  11. I feel so guilty after reading your post. My pantry is so disorganized. Maybe one day I'll get motivated to organize it. I'd rather be writing:-) Thanks for sharing with us at Funtastic Friday.

    1. I rather be writing too, Sherry! Don't be guilty, this post will only motivate you more.

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