Organizing your pantry or spice cabinet? I’ve found some great ways to keep all those canned goods organized and better use of space for those spices! Check out the gallery to get your own kitchen organized (or maybe your stockpile).
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Use Closet Wire Shelving 1 of 8Closet wire shelving is a great way to store canned food visibly.
See how to convert your canned storage using wire shelves over at Family Handyman.
Use a Simple Tension Rod 2 of 8A small tension rod stores spices in the typically unusable space in your spice cabinet. You can pick one up at most large stores that carry window treatment hardware.
Family Handyman shows how to increase your storage space.
Use a Magazine Rack 3 of 8A standard magazine rack on its side is a genius way to store cans.
Learn more about this storage method over at PB&J Stories plus other pantry storage tricks.
Convert a Soda Box 4 of 8Decorate a soda box to rotate and hold your canned goods in one place! Then She Made It shows the process for converting your soda boxes into practical, attractive storage.
Use Drawers and Top Labeling 5 of 8What a great idea to store spices in a drawer but add the names to the lids so you can identify them easily!
See more about this storage idea at Frugal Decor Mom.
Use a Magnetic Board 6 of 8A magnetic spice rack can free up drawer space and cabinet space.
Kitchen Table Scraps shows how to make your own magnetic board and the attractive spice labels.
Use a Pantry Door 7 of 8A pantry door is a great way to store spices or cans because it can hold a wide variety of items while being easily accessible.
Learn more about using a pantry door by visiting The Perfect Pantry.
Use a Pantry-Specific Shelving System 8 of 8I'd never heard of the Shelf Reliance system until now but I think it's pretty awesome and it is a great way to store a stockpile of canned goods and keep them rotating by expiration date at the same time.
Learn more about this great organization system at Organize Conquer Clutter.
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How old are your spices? Find out if it’s time to toss ’em, at Babble!