I was just looking at my food cabinets and realize we have a major problem. And by “we” I mean “me.” The cabinets are messy and I have several cans of chicken stock and packages of bread crumbs . . . because I can’t see what I have, so I buy new. New food items, cleaners and other supplies that I don’t need. Rather than stocking up constantly, I’d love to get some pantry organization going ASAP. A lot of times it’s not about having more space, but using the space you have well. If you agree, then you’ll love these 15 DIY pantry organization projects. There are a lot of tips and tricks to getting the most out of your space if you just scroll down!
DIY Pantry Organization
Add a lazy susan to the pantry to help you see what you have in one quick spin.
For quick and easy cleanup of your pantry, go clear container crazy and add labels with a clear label maker.
Pantries are always full of small items to organize. A clear shoe organizer is an awesome tool for holding those items and seeing what you have.
This is the perfect budget way to organize cans – with recycled soda fridge packs and Mod Podge.
Find out how to do it at Then She Made
Amanda uses a variety of bushel baskets and metal bins to hold like items and cut down on the number of boxes on the shelves.
Use chalkboard labels to make sure you know what is in each container – and they can erase when you change what’s inside!
Cans take up a lot of room in the pantry. Free up a ton of space with these easy-to-follow building plans.
You can make a custom shelving unit with these simple plans – perfect for hanging on the wall and getting items off the shelves.
Missy decorated this board with clothespins so that she could hang chips and other treats. They are easy to see and grab!
This idea is awesome for using valuable floor space – add rolling labeled crates to your pantry organization.
Store your various rolls and wraps in a converted Sam’s Club box. This tutorial is so easy and budget friendly.
Turn your wire shelves into solid shelves with foam core and drawer liner. No more bottles tipping over or little items falling through the cracks!
Whitney built this amazing spice rack and foil/baggie holder .
I love the way that Amber organized her pantry and made it fun to “shop” – with a painted wall, pretty organizers and vintage tags. She’s got the tags available for download, too!
Make a stacked spice rack so that you can actually see what you have – then add the spices in clear containers with chalkboard labels.