the Home Edit show us how to organize a pantry

Shaniqua Juliano

Gallery: Fabulous freezer tips for the most organised kitchen ever (Lovefood) We are a little bit (all right) very obsessed with the new Netflix show Get Organized with The Home Edit and now that they have revealed how to organize a pantry properly, we couldn’t be happier. © Provided by […]

Gallery: Fabulous freezer tips for the most organised kitchen ever (Lovefood)

We are a little bit (all right) very obsessed with the new Netflix show Get Organized with The Home Edit and now that they have revealed how to organize a pantry properly, we couldn’t be happier.



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Professional organizers Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin have joined Marie Kondo as our clutter-clearing, tidying and sorting gurus, and we love to watch them at work. So when the creative and organized pair shared a fabulous pantry on Instagram recently, we took notice straight away. We’ve fallen hard for the duo’s colour-co-ordinated and super organized schemes. While we aren’t lucky enough to own pantries, we’re definitely applying the ideas to our kitchen cabinets too so we can say hello to finding everything in the blink of an eye AND admiring the chic interior.

You can take inspiration from this Home Edit-approved pantry just below, and we’ve found some top dupes to help you get yours (or your kitchen cabinets) sorted. For more kitchen ideas and inspiration when you’re done take a look at our feature. 

Pantry organisation tips from The Home Edit

1. Working from the top of this cupboard down, we can see that the organizational magic-makers favor turntables for smaller items. That way everything’s easy to find and you don’t end up losing items in the deepest recess of your unit.

2. Also key? Clear canisters. This way you can see when you’re running out of, say breakfast cereal, so you aren’t left doing a last-minute dash to the shops. The other benefit? Your items stay fresh in air-tight containers so there’s no food waste.

3. And while we’re talking clear containers, The Home Edit ladies love see-through bins. You can group items in them, and you can pull them out just like a drawer.

4. At the bottom of this pantry is another Home Edit favorite: baskets. These do a similar job to the clear bins, but they also help make your pantry or cupboard look good, and Clea and Joanna have aesthetics in mind as well as order. Why shouldn’t your storage be a great sight to behold?

For more pantry storage ideas and tips take a look at our feature.



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iDesign Rotatable Spice Rack | £29.99

This neat plastic turntable might be called a spice rack, but it can provide easily accessible storage for lots of other essential ingredients, too. This version is the 23cm, but there are also 28 and 35cm options.View Deal



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Chef’s Path Cereal Container Storage Set | £19.97

Not only will you get three air-tight containers that will stop cereal going stale if you opt for this set, but you’ll also receive a measuring spoon set, a chalkboard marker and eight reusable chalkboard labels, so you can mark up your stuff just like The Home Edit duo do.View Deal





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iDesign Stackable Storage Box | £19.99

You can use this box for a better organised (and easier to clean) fridge interior or in your kitchen units. Integrated handles make getting the contents out easy, and there’s a range of sizes to pick from.View Deal



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ARPAN White Wicker Basket Pack of 6 | £24.98

Removable cloth lining that can be washed mean these baskets are easy to keep hygienic, and they provide generous storage space for larger items in your pantry.

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