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Our pantry is small. Like 35” wide and only 12” deep. In fact, it’s so small that we had to put food storage shelves in our basement. It’s utilitarian – it holds everyday items like cereal, grains, potatoes, a variety of vinegars, pasta, dog food, and kitchen wraps. I’d love a pantry that, in addition to holding food, also stores my Instant Pot, coffee maker, blender, mixer… (it’s clear I have walk-in pantry envy). So I was faced with reorganizing my very small pantry to make the most of it.
I knew our pantry could be better. It didn’t look or function the way I wanted it to. So last week I purchased a multi-pack of sleek, air-tight containers and started filling them up with dry goods like nuts, teas, grains and cereals. The pantry looked loads better, but without the packaging, the containers needed labels. I found just what I needed from the Talented Kitchen (they even featured my pantry on Instagram!!!). They have a variety of clear, pre-printed labels in an assortment of fonts like farmhouse, cursive, and script. They look awesome, stay in place, and are available for nearly everything I might need to label. I’m even considering their clips for labeling the items I’ve grouped together in baskets in our pantry! I’ve gone all fangirl over these labels!
While in the throes of pantry beautification, I also decided to add peel-and-stick wallpaper to the very small pantry. I chose a bold jungle pattern that looks amazing! It took 22 years to get around to it, but we finally updated our very small pantry. After all, Rome wasn’t built in a day!
Behold the pantry organization…
And since we can’t fit everything in our very small pantry, we have the overflow necessities on shelves elsewhere around the kitchen. I may have gotten carried away with labeling on those items too!
So until the day I get my fabulous walk-in pantry, I’m happy with our very small pantry! Let me know what you think in the comments below!
P.S. If you’re looking for a quick weekend project with more organization, check out my post on Easy DIY Drawer Dividers!