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Storage Solution Spot: Organized Kitchen Pantry

Organize your dishes and pantry items with these kitchen cabinet storage tricks that help you store more.

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    • Organize a Pantry

      Perk up the inside of your pantry with attractive and colorful storage containers--groceries will be easier to find and your cabinets will instantly look more organized. Expand storage options by hanging containers on magnetic boards attached to the back of the door.

      From Simply Perfect® Storage Magazine.

    • Snack Canisters

      Keep everyday items, such as cereal and snacks, low and in clear containers so they are easy to see and reach. Tall, rectangular containers utilize full shelf height and fit snugly in its width.

      From Simply Perfect® Storage Magazine.

    • Magnetic Containers

      Magnetic spice containers are also handy for storing tiny snacks. These round jars hold grab-on-the-go sweets and sticks of gum--small items that often spill and clutter a cupboard.

      From Simply Perfect Storage Magazine.

    • List Clip

      The back of the pantry door is the perfect spot to organize unruly coupons and grocery lists. Use interesting magnets and magnetic clips to hold them tight.

      From Simply Perfect® Storage Magazine.

    • Note Holder

      Turn a notepaper holder from the office supply store into a handy pantry bucket. A strip of magnetic tape turned this metal bin into a container for organizing small items that might get lost in a large cabinet.

      From Simply Perfect® Storage Magazine.

    • Clear Reach

      The top shelf of a kitchen cabinet is hard to see. Store less-frequently used items up top in clear containers. Adjust the top shelf so it is shorter than the bottom, maximizing the lower, more convenient shelves. Airtight plastic keeps these marshmallows and cookies fresh longer than their original wrappings.

      From Simply Perfect® Storage Magazine.

    • Lazy Susan

      Use lazy Susans on high or low shelves. Because they spin, you'll always find the small jars that used to get lost in the back corners of your cabinet.

      From Simply Perfect® Storage Magazine.

    • Lined Baskets

      Organize packaged snacks in wicker baskets with handles and cloth liners. They look tidy and corral small items. Narrow baskets keep the packages upright for grab-and-go ease.

      From Simply Perfect® Storage Magazine.

    • Dish Drawer

      Instead of lifting plates high onto upper cabinets, keep them low. Keeping silverware, napkin rings, and cloth napkins in the same drawer makes table setting a snap.

      From Simply Perfect® Storage Magazine.

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      Stacks of Dishes

      Peg board and wooden dowels in this drawer are repositionable to organize plates and bowls of all sizes.

      From Simply Perfect® Storage Magazine.

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      Napkin Holder

      Place a small basket inside your dish drawer to keep cloth or paper napkins next to other table-setting gear. It'll help declutter your kitchen table.

      From Simply Perfect® Storage Magazine.

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      Napkin Ring Stack

      Peg board and wooden dowels in this drawer are repositionable to organize plates and bowls of all sizes. Plus, they can be handy vertical storage for napkin rings, cookie cutters, and other small items.

      From Simply Perfect® Storage Magazine.

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      Silverware Tote

      Designed to carry flatware to the patio, this silverware basket sorts and stores knives, forks, and spoons upright in a deep drawer. It makes for an easy grab to take things to the indoor table, too.

      From Simply Perfect® Storage Magazine.

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