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The Best Pinterest Pantry Organisation Ideas to Get Your Kitchen Looking Lush

Not just clean. But, Monica Gellar clean.

Hither And Thither

So you've decluttered your home, organised your wardrobe and now it's time to tackle the kitchen. If the thought of organising your overstuffed pantry gives you mild anxiety, then this Pinterest guide to pantry organisation is just what you need. 

Full of handy tips and tricks, our six Pinterest pantry organisation ideas will help you achieve pantry greatness. So, if you're ready to get your pantry up to Monica Gellar standards, then check out our organisation hacks below.


1. Decant Your Pantry Items Into Clear Jars

Cut down on the various packets in your cupboard by decanting them into clear glass jars or plastic containers. Not only will the jars reduce the visual clutter in your cupboards, but the clear containers also make it easier to see how much of each ingredient you have left. To reduce your waste you could also take the jars to a wholefood store, where they can be used to collect ingredients like flour or oats, without having to use their single-use plastic bags.

Theo Medium Glass Canister, $39.95, Country Road

Madeline Harper Photo

2. Use Baskets To Hide Packets

When it comes to pantry organisation, wicker baskets are a lifesaver. In an instant, messy and cluttered shelves are gone. We recommend dividing these baskets into different categories to help keep them organised. For example, sweet treats, cooking supplies, baking ingredients or snacks. Simple and effective! 

Rectangular Leo Baskets (set of three), $169.95, Temple & Webster

Bless'er House

3. Add Hooks to Keep Draws Clean

We all know the pain of looking through a utensil draw trying to find that one set of tongs. With this handy hook hack, you'll never be battling with an overflowing draw again. By installing small hooks on your pantry door or wall you're able to have all the utensils you'll ever need hanging right in front of your eyes.

NORMANN COPENHAGEN Curve Hooks, $45, Designstuff

Jen Woodhouse

4. Install Spice Racks to Save Space

Spice things up by adding these clear plastic racks to your pantry or cupboard. At a quick glance, you can see which spices you have and how much of each is left, which is a lifesaver when you're in the middle of cooking something.  If you can't mount them on your wall, opt for a shelf version instead. Either way, you'll never be short of seasoning again.

Yamazaki Magnetic Metal Tower Spice Rack, $29.95, Temple & Webster

5. Use Open Weave Baskets for Fresh Produce

Keep all your produce in one place using these handy baskets. In order to keep your produce as fresh as possible for as long as possible, choose baskets that have an open weave and good ventilation.

Prairie 2-Tier Hanging Basket by Fab Habitat, $22.95, Zanui
Apartment 34

6. Get Smart With Your Extra Space

If you find that your decluttering efforts have left you with more space in your pantry, make the most of it by moving items from your kitchen. It could be using a shelf to stack your cookbooks or installing a wine rack to create your own mini wine cellar. 

Loving our best Pinterest pantry organisation ideas? Why not try to learn the art of decluttering, Marie Kondo style? Or if you are needing new homewares, check out our favourite online home design stores.

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