A pantry closet is the perfect place to store and organize bulk purchases of non-perishable food items and paper goods. The challenge is in fitting a variety of products that come in so many sizes--cereal boxes, canned goods, baking supplies, paper towels and cases of beverages onto the available shelf space. You want a clear view of the items stored in your pantry, and you want everything within easy reach when you're busy trying to get a meal on the table. The goal is to maximize the space you have with efficient storage.
Often the shelves of builder installed panrty closets are too deep and are not adjustable, causing a tangled cluster of a mess! You can't find what you need and it becomes stressful to continually dig through the rubble of your shelves for every item you need to prepare a meal.
There are some simple solutions. With thoughtful planning and design, today's contemporary closet systems can easily accommodate all of your pantry goods, and save you time and money.
Consider these five tips to help your pantry flow better:
Finally, simplify your life by purging any unused or out dated items from your pantry. Limit what you store to those things you need in your kitchen. The key to easy access to your pantry is organization, and having a system will keep you organized.