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  • susan stevenson

    Shoe organizer or Pantry organizer?! Organization Ideas on I Heart Nap Time

  • Lauren Daniel

    A clear shoe organizer inside the pantry door or some other kind of door rack/storage unit to hold the seldom-used kitchen gadgets, etc.

  • Kim Bearden

    This could work if you have a pantry door. Expand your kitchen storage space with a clear plastic shoe organizer. The pockets are a perfect place to organize kitchen tools and supplies so they don't get lost in a drawer. For added elegance, add three screws to the top of the door and suspend the bag from ribbon hangers. Don't forget to label each pocket so everyone knows where to return items.

  • Molly Petersen

    Kitchen Catchall from Organize Now: Simple Weekend Projects from BHG. #shoe #organizer #kitchen #organization

  • Sara Bishop

    Shoe organizer inside a pantry door for kitchen utensils

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