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Tips for an Organized Home

Take a peek into the organized home of Jen Jones, I Heart Organizing blogger, and her active family. Get her secrets for easy organization, smart storage strategies, and clutter-busters that are oh, so doable.
  • Jin Leong

    Pantry Organization - rack on the door is a great idea

  • Sarah Browning

    Pantry Organization. I have this on my pantry door and love it! K.

  • Jill Lato

    redo closet....Make every inch count in a kitchen pantry. An over-the-door storage system is handy for keeping things you use on a regular basis. Store dried goods in clear containers so it's easy to see what you have. Put similar items, like packaged snacks and bread, together and keep them in baskets with labels. Hang a shopping list on the door to keep track of what you need to replenish.

  • Karen Buchberger

    Kitchen organization ideas

  • Cyndi Dolan

    Keep your pantry clutter free with a few innovative organization tips. More tips for an organized home & freezer organization ideas too

  • Coco Conserves

    23 Kitchen Organization and Storage Tips

  • Robin Preston

    Over the door shelves for hall closet??

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If only my pantry looked like this... A pantry that packs a punch. Keep food organized by assigning a shelf to each group (grains, baking ingredients, snacks, etc.). Line shelves with laminated fabric -- it's easy to clean and adds a splash of bright color. Use clear plastic containers to store your pantry goods and add an adhesive label to each container for an extra measure of organization.