Pantry Reveal

It’s been a little while, but I am happy to say we’re finally finished with our pantry redo!
What used to be a sad, cluttered pantry is now one of the brightest, most cheerful spots in our kitchen. We love it so much, I think I’ll leave the door off permanently!
To start we made a few structural changes…
To have a pantry that appears this clean and tidy, it’s all about hidden storage. I utilized several vintage canisters to hide everyday small items. This floral tin holds bags of chocolate chips, baking chocolate, and nuts.
Metal wire baskets and mason jars give food storage an industrial chic vibe. They’re quite charming, yet practical at the same time.
The vintage wire locker basket holds miscellaneous dried pastas, muffin mixes and popcorn.
The vintage oatmeal canister holds sugar packets that I don’t use everyday, but might need to quickly grab for a guest.
The blue wooden crate in the top of the pantry holds all of my baking decorating supplies: sprinkles, icing, decorating tips, etc. All of the supplies are in one place and the crate’s easy to grab when I’m decorating.
To clear up much needed shelf space, I put all of the oils, vegetable sprays, syrups, etc. in one large vintage enamel pot. The pot slides easily under the bottom shelf and out of sight.
Last but not least, I had to have a place to hang my aprons. One bronze hook on the inside of the pantry and voila!

Say buh-bye to this nightmare of a pantry…

…and hello to this darling little kitchen nook!
Photos by {Blue Eyed Yonder}
I hope you like our little redo. If you have any projects you’ve been working on, share a link in the comment section or on BEY’s Facebook page. I’d love to see what you’re up to!

Posted 7/7/11, Topic: Home

  • Chelsea Hansen
    July 7, 2011 at 11:42 am |

    I LOVE it!!! It looks so pretty and organized. The subway tile looks fantastic! 🙂

  • bonniegetchell
    July 7, 2011 at 2:16 pm |

    wow! it's so beautiful haha 🙂

  • Katie Hollingsworth
    July 7, 2011 at 3:27 pm |

    It looks great! I love that you took the door off. There's no need for a door to hide a beautiful pantry!

  • Emily {Rue de France}
    July 7, 2011 at 5:20 pm |

    Fabulous! Want to come over & attack my pantry next? I'll make you tea & feed you croissants…

  • {BlueEyedYonder}
    July 7, 2011 at 5:29 pm |

    Emily – that's actually quite tempting! I have a feeling a visit to your neck of the woods is in my future. 🙂

    July 31, 2011 at 4:54 pm |

    This is one of the cutest little pantries I have come across. I'll be featuring this on my facebook page. Following along with you – just love the style of your blog!
    ~Jenn 🙂

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