Some might say you're lucky for having a big, beautiful pantry for all your goods. But if you have a pantry, you know just how hard it is to keep one organized. It's much too easy to start stacking and stuffing your food and products in there after a big trip to the store; and when it's time to find something, you realize the nightmare mess that's been created.
If this sounds like your pantry, it's time to clean out. But don't worry, you don't have to go at it alone. Miss Liz Heart has come up with an incredible system to getting your pantry completely organized - product by product. So, don't put it off any longer! Check out the tips and video below to get started.
Expert Tip: If you want your pantry to look clean, tidy and organized, you need to invest in some clear, airtight containers. Buy matching sets so they not only look nice but also fit together well. You should also label each container so you can easily identify what's in there.
Plus, having clear containers means you can quickly see what you're low on before heading to the store. No more getting home and realizing you don't have any flour.
Expert Tip: A rookie mistake is taking those seldom-used products, putting them in a nice container, then forgetting how to cook them when the time comes. Instead of just throwing out the box or packaging, tape the cooking instructions to the back or bottom of the bin so you can reference it later on.
Expert Tip: Get some organizers! A Lazy Susan is great for all those difference sauces, whereas this tiered organizer makes it easy to access the canned goods and boxed items you need to keep in clear sight.
Expert Tip: Baskets are great for holding bags of snacks and other goodies, but they can also help you keep your appliances neatly tucked away. When you get all of those in there, with their chords and spinning parts, it can be tough – but baskets keep all the essentials together and the rest of the space looking clean.
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