5 Tips for Small Pantry Organization 

Are you searching for ideas to create a small pantry organization system in your house? If you don’t have a lot of space to work with, like in most kitchens, you’ll need to get innovative. So we’ve supplied some useful storage ideas below from A-1 Beacon Falls Self Storage on how create more room in limited spaces.

Tips for Small Pantry Organization

Whether you want to completely remodel your pantry or make better use of the small pantry space you already have, there are plenty of ways you can organize this essential part of your kitchen. 

Consider Every Open Space as a Storage Alternative

If you need more space to store things in your kitchen, think about other areas of your home that could be used. Is there room on the walls for open shelves? You might also want to add a kitchen island or extend one that is already present. And don’t forget to look outside the kitchen for inspiration; you might be able to put a bigger cabinet or storage system in a passageway between the kitchen and living room while still allowing easy access to whatever you choose to store there.

Install a Pull-Out Pantry

A pull-out pantry is an excellent kitchen storage alternative in this space-saving design. You may see each item as you open the door, and you can store everything away at the end of cooking your dinner for a clutter-free kitchen.

Keep a Handle on Food Storage Containers 

If you have an overabundance of Tupperware and Pyrex glass containers, you’ll need to come up with a system for storing them. The bottoms of the containers should be stacked on top of each other while the lids are kept vertical. Make sure they aren’t stored too high in cabinets, since they might cause an overhead avalanche. To keep yourself safe, make sure they’re at eye level or lower.

Group Your Pantry Items 

The first rule of organization is generally grouping like items together. Once you have figured out the layout of your pantry, consider these categories for easy-to-find storage: 

  • Cans
  • Pasta/Grains
  • Bread/Rolls
  • Breakfast Food
  • Snacks
  • Spices
  • Bottles/Beverages

Stack Whenever Possible

Odds are you have only a few shelves to work with in your initial pantry space. Think about which items, like cans and boxes, can be safely stacked on top of each other long-term. This will help to clear up additional space quickly. 

A-1 Beacon Falls Self Storage in Beacon Falls CT

Need to clear some room in your house before tackling small pantry organization? Look no further, A-1 Beacon Falls Self Storage in Beacon Falls, CT is here to help! You’ll find everything you need for decluttering and organizing in our storage options, whether you’re storing indoors, outside, or drive-up. We provide monthly and long-term storage leases so you never have to pay for more space than you require. To discover the ideal storage container for your home or business storage requirements, talk with one of our storage experts today.

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About the Author: Katie Mest is a Content Marketing Specialist at Storage Asset Management in York, PA. She specializes in writing about the self storage industry, including storage tips and helpful resources. Outside of work, Katie enjoys spending time exploring the outdoors and snuggling in with a crochet project and her cat, Billie.