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Pantry Closets

Pantry clutter seems to be an ongoing battle for just about everyone, but tackling the problem is easier than you think. With the help of some organization staples used by clean-up gurus everywhere – and a little planning – you too can achieve an efficient, tidy pantry. Let’s take a look at some of our favorite organization solutions and how you can utilize them to turn that catastrophic clutter into a pantry closet that’s worthy of Better Homes and Gardens.

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A small walk in pantry with L-shaped unit and one unit with three pullout baskets

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A small walk in pantry with a couple of elevations. There is one unit with a drawer and a pullout basket. One unit with vertical shelves for cookie sheets and cutting boards. One shelving unit that is 6" deep, perfect for cans and spices.

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A small walk in pantry with a couple of elevations. There is one unit with a drawer and a pullout basket. One unit with vertical shelves for cookie sheets and cutting boards. One shelving unit that is 6" deep, perfect for cans and spices

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A simple reach in pantry with shelving, drawers for cans and pullout baskets.

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Walk in pantry and the customer wanted to best utilize the space with an L-shaped top and base cabinets. The customer was adding her own countertop to put appliances.

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Walk in pantry and the customer wanted to best utilize the space with an L-shaped top and base cabinets. The customer was adding her own countertop to put appliances.

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Pantry with corner Lazy Susan's, pullout baskets and shaker style drawers.

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Pantry with corner Lazy Susan's, pullout baskets and shaker style drawers.

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Pantry with corner Lazy Susan's, pullout baskets and shaker style drawers.

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Pantry with corner Lazy Susan's, pullout baskets and shaker style drawers.

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Pantry with corner Lazy Susan's, pullout baskets and shaker style drawers.