My pantry is very deep and it's impossible to find stuff that gets way in the back. Would love to replace some of the stationary shelves with pull-out shelves. Could also make the shelves a little recessed and put storage space on the inside of the doors. Would love for small things like spices, baking soda and powder, etc. Spices Storage, The Doors, Storage Cabinets, Spices Racks, Kitchens Pantries, Kitchens Storage, Pantries Storage, Pantries Doors, Cabinets Doors
Pantry Ideas: Store Together - Group items you use simultaneously in a container, so you just have to pull it out rather than hunt for individual items. For example, corral common baking ingredients -- vanilla, baking powder, baking soda, and salt -- in one basket or tray and cake-decorating ingredients in another.
Baskets inside this spacious walk-in pantry store herbs and spices, canned goods, and cooking staples.
They replaced the walk-in pantry with a 21-inch deep pantry unit that features an array of pullout storage options that prevent items from getting lost. The new unit is accessible from both the kitchen and the adjacent dining room.
Careful planning makes this pantry a storage success. Jars and baskets were purchased to fit the shelves. Packages of dry goods can be transferred to air-tight jars, which all line up perfectly along the shelves, eliminating the challenge of trying to configure packages of different sizes.
Set Up a Kitchen Pantry Cleverly outfitted, an old armoire can become a storage-rich kitchen pantry. Repaint the cabinet to match your kitchen decor then, when dry, line the inside of the doors with metal and cork inserts or coat one door's interior with chalkboard paint. Put the doors to work with magnetic spice tins and hooks for utensils and push pins for holding memos and lists. Drawer inserts keep contents such as recipe files handy and neat. Use baskets, bins, glass jars, tiered shelves, and a lazy Susan to organize the pantry contents.