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Reader Feature: A Pretty Organized Pantry

When Kim from O is for Organize showed me her beautifully organized pantry, I just couldn’t “contain” myself!

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 Let’s take a second to “ooh” and “ahh” over this pretty pantry door:

Pretty Pantry Storage Containers & Labels The adorable little food storage jars are from World Market (here are some similar containers):

pretty food storage jar from World Market To keep things organized and add a bit of whimsy, Kim used these free labels printed on card stock:

free pretty printable labels that you can customize to organize your kitchen

Pretty Smart: She also cut foam core & placed it on her wire shelves to keep everything from sliding around when the door opened & closed. Brilliant!

wire shelf storage idea Inside the pantry, she used baskets, clear storage containers from Martha Stewart and Flip-Tite, and lazy susan carousels to keep everything corralled:

Kitchen Pantry Makeover I am in LOVE with all of these smart, gorgeous storage ideas! Head over to Kim’s blog to leave her some love & check out the rest of her beautifully organized kitchen.

Who else is ready to drop everything and make pretty labels??

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4 comments on “Reader Feature: A Pretty Organized Pantry
  1. Serena says:

    Gorgeous! The labels are so sweet. I’m checking out the flip tight containers now :)

  2. annie @ anniehearts.com says:

    How pretty! I’m moseying on over to her site right now…

    Annie XO

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