... Or this...
|From Womans Day|
Or even like this...
But, we can't all have the space, and of course we all try to do with what we have. So one day, I tried to reconcile with my own chaos-of-a-pantry...
|CHAOS AT IT'S BEST!|
This is what it turned out, a work in progress...
I corralled stuff into these wire mesh baskets I found at TARGET for a $1 (it was meant for school supplies from the Dollar bin).
|Baking, jello etc...|
I also bought a "fancy" label-maker, the P-touch by Brother from Sam's Club to create the labels for my pantry.
I used glass jars from ikea and some from old pasta sauces to hold a lot of our beans, etc..
I used canned goods risers to help me see my canned goods better
I used the garage sale swivel for some of my flavorings
The plastic bins for my noodles used to hold drug samples. I just removed the stickers and now holds my instant noodles nicely
I placed the snacks on the very top of the shelves to lessen the temptation of the kids "grazing" for snacks in between meals. Uneasy accesses means less use of these items in their tummys.
Hope this gives you some idea on how to organize yours. I know it's not "picture-poerfect" but at least I am contented and I know where everything is. I just hope the rest of my family knows where to put things back!