Seven ways to elevate your kitchen storage.
WallPops of Color
Give the pantry interior some design pop! The brand WallPops can be added for color or a designer laminate top to keep small appliances, such as air fryers, plugged in, and it makes for easy cleanup. These can be found at LaBelle Cabinetry & Lighting.
Labeling bins and containers helps if others restock the pantry. This is a great way to keep things neat, organized, and in their designated spaces. Keep labels generic to prevent having to make more.
Step It Up
Keep a small step stool close to maximize top shelf storage. This can be a step stool that has been passed down through generations, or it can be picked up at a local store. Keep light-weight items stored up high, and use clear or wire baskets for easy access.
Update the Door
Splash a fresh layer of paint or purchase a door to repurpose. Whether you are taking on a project or looking for a brand new design, changing the door gives the pantry a whole new appearance.
Don’t forget about ways to save money. Use those old hooks you have lying around the house. These are excellent for hanging aprons, brooms, or pans to give these items their areas when they’re not in use.
Baskets, Bins, Jars, and Containers
Keep these clear or wire mesh to see what is inside the storage containers. If the contents can’t be seen, things will be forgotten. Classic canning jars make for great visibility, stacking, and keeping dry goods fresh. Take measurements before purchasing storage. Make sure the containers fit the space you have, not the space you want.
Organize items that take up a lot of space, like canned goods and water bottles, with stackable organizers to maximize shelf space. Tiered shelf inserts also help save space.