Between knocking over things in the pantry cabinet and not able to find what you need, organizing your pantry cabinet can be a challenge. Here are 5 easy steps to get your cabinet back in order so that you can find things easily and store more.

Between knocking over things in the pantry cabinet and not able to find what you need, organizing your pantry cabinet can be a challenge.

Here are 5 easy steps to get your cabinet back in order so that you can find things easily and store more.

How To Guide


Tools Needed

1. Measuring Tape

2. Scissors

3. Shelf Liner

4. Cabinet Organizers

Getting Started

Is it worth it to organize your pantry cabinet? It depends... If you wish to make meal prep faster and easier, not have items lost at the back and feel good every time you open those cabinet doors, then, we highly recommend you to take action today!

Step 1: Empty Your Cabinets

Firstly, have a trash can and recycle bin nearby. Start by removing all the items from your pantry and place it on your countertop or table. Discard expired items and things that you don't use anymore.

Step 2: Measure & Protect Your Shelves

Use a tape measure to measure the width, depth and height of your space. Don't forget to measure your actual cabinet door opening.

Line all of your cabinet shelves with a heavy-duty, water-resistant shelf liner that can easily be wiped clean.

Step 3: Organize Your Spice Bottles

Prevent spice bottles, canned foods and oil bottles from being "lost" at the back by stacking them on a tiered shelf organizer, soda can organizer or a lazy susan. Also, you might also want to utilise the space on the doors with wall mounted spice holders.


Step 4: Make Use Of The Vertical Space

No matter what you are trying to store inside your cabinets, it's best to utilise the vertical space. 

You can try dual tiered lazy susan like these to keep food packages, bottles in order while also increasing storage space.

Step 5: Utilise The Door

The inside of your cabinet doors are the perfect place to create storage space. How? Adding a wall mounted door basket and special organizers like these will help you store food packages, instant mix, spice and other small items.


Bonus Tip: 

Increase Storage Space Using The Undershelf

Here's how you can squeeze the last bit of space out of your cabinet by using under shelf organizers like these. These are great for keeping snack packs, mugswine glass and cookie tin.    

How To Guide


Tools Required

1. Measuring Tape
2. Scissors
3. Shelf Liner
4. Cabinet Organizers

Getting Started

Is it worth it to organize your pantry cabinet? It depends... If you wish to make meal prep faster and easier, not have items lost at the back and feel good every time you open those cabinet doors, then, we highly recommend you to take action today!

Step 1: Empty Your Cabinets

Firstly, have a trash can and recycle bin nearby. Start by removing all the items from your pantry cabinets and place it on your countertop or a large table. Discard expired items and things that you don't use anymore.


Step 2: Measure & Protect Your Shelves

Measure the width, depth and height of the inner part of your cabinet. Ensure to measure the actual cabinet door opening. 

Lastly, you want to waterproof and greaseproof your cabinet shelves with a heavy duty water resistant shelf liner so that you'll have an easier time wiping and cleaning in the future.


Step 3: Organize Your Spices

Prevent spice bottles, canned foods and oil bottles from being "lost" at the back by stacking them on a tiered shelf organizer, soda can organizer or a lazy susan. Also, you might also want to utilise the space on the doors with wall mounted spice holders.


Step 4: Make Use Of The Vertical Space

No matter what you are trying to store inside your cabinets, it's best to utilise the vertical space. 

You can try dual tiered lazy susan like these to keep food packages, bottles in order while also increasing storage space.

Step 5: Utilise The Door

The inside of your cabinet doors are the perfect place to create storage space. How? Adding a wall mounted door basket and special organizers like these will help you store food packages, instant mix, spice and other small items.


Bonus Tip: Increase Storage Space Using The Undershelf

Here's how you can squeeze the last bit of space out of your cabinet by using under shelf organizers like these. These are great for keeping snack packs, mugs, wine glass and cookie tin.

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