Sometimes even the best kitchen pantries need more effective storage. When planning a pantry closet, consider that one of the simplest methods for organizing this small kitchen space is to add pantry shelving. To keep things easy to access, try pullout pantry shelves.
Good old-fashioned wire shelving is a budget-friendly option that is sturdy and simple to install. Shelves can be mounted above already existing shelves or even above the doorway, an ideal spot for storing items that are used less often.
Another option for those who prefer a do-it-yourself approach is to purchase wood from a home improvement store and discuss with an employee the best option for securing the shelves to the walls.
If space and budget allow, one of the best investments you can make for your pantry are pullout shelves. This type of shelving allows for easy retrieval of small appliances, canned goods and other items that often get lost at the back of a pantry.
No matter the pantry shelving option you choose, be sure to maximize storage space by building the shelves as high as possible, making sure you can use the entire pantry space.
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