Top 3 Ways to Maximize Pantry Space

The common saying “a cluttered desk leads to a cluttered mind” is perfectly interchangeable to your pantry. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Like any good start, that includes routine and order. What’s a better way to start your day other than being organized and efficient? Maximizing the closet space in your pantry can result in calm, leisurely mornings, therefore setting you up for success for the rest of the day. Win the morning, win the day. It is also a relief to come home to an organized kitchen after a strenuous day. Making dinners was never so simple with cluttered spice racks and crammed shelves. Making light changes to your pantry can have a significant impact on your overall quality of life. Closet solutions are the start to a better home. Below are three ways you can avoid a cluttered space and take control of your life.

Closet Drawers:

Incorporating both drawers and closet shelving into your pantry can help you divide your food into categories. For example, if you have food items in bigger bulk such as rice or pasta, you can place them in larger labeled containers on taller shelves. If you have several boxes of packaged snacks, you can organize them into the drawers. Closet drawers, in particular, will help you remember where to access foods according to their storage space. We make it simple to design closet drawers into your pantry depending on your height and width needs.

Know your Lifestyle and be Realistic:

The number of individuals residing in your home can help determine just how big your closet pantry should be. A household with six individuals will undoubtedly need more pantry space than someone who lives alone. Many people have extra food that they need to place elsewhere in the kitchen simply because there is not enough adequate closet space in the pantry. Lack of space leads to more clutter! Being knowledgeable about how much food you usually keep in your pantry and how much of it is consumed throughout the week or month is important in evaluating how much space is necessary.

Closet Shelving:

Closet shelving seems simple, but when utilized correctly can make significant changes in the flow of your kitchen. The more shelves in a pantry, the less you need to stack; therefore, less mess. There are countless designs we can bring to life for your dream closet pantry. Ultimately the more shelves in the area, the more visibility there would be for your stored goods. Customized sizes for shelves help balance time spent in the pantry with valuable time spent in the kitchen. For example, keep your cereal boxes in taller compartments and have all of your canned goods in more compact spaces. This system is an efficient way of knowing where everything is placed, so you do not waste time searching for them later.
We are designers and custom closet organizers. We are Closet Trends and we love brainstorming with you on your ideas. We want to take your closet design ideas for your dream pantry and accomplish the task through form and function. We prioritize forming and maintaining client relationships to ensure that we provide you with the best service and experience from start to finish. More organization in the home leads to a more clear mind in other areas of your life. Make your space work for you even if it’s custom built. Schedule a meeting with us for a free consultation, and we’ll help you take control of your life, one closet at a time.

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