5 Tips for Small Pantry Organization 

Learn how to reorganize your small pantry with Salisbury Storage Warehouse. We will show you how to make the most of your pantry space.

Small Pantry Organization 

Tips for Small Pantry Organization 

If you have multiple kitchen drawers and cabinets, there are plenty of ways to organize your pantry. We’ll share some tips with you on how to optimize your kitchen space so you can easily fit all of your belongings.

Consider Every Open Space as an Option for Storage & Get Creative 

Many kitchens have cabinet space located above their sinks. This is a great location to store extra items that can not fit in your pantry, but it may be inconvenient if you do not use them. We suggest storing the items that are used less frequently so they are relatively close whenever needed. If the space avails, you can also create some extra storage below your countertop or sink. 

Install a Pull-Out Pantry 

If you need more space in your kitchen, but do not have the budget for a new construction project then consider installing a pull-out pantry. These handy storage cabinets are very convenient. Compartments slide open with ease for you to store everything from cooking supplies and spices to snacks! In addition, they do not take up too much space so there isn’t anything blocking countertops or refrigerators anymore while still offering ample amounts of accessibility when needed. Lastly, there are many different pull-out-pantry options that can be purchased at affordable rates. 

Keep a Handle on Food Storage Containers 

It is important that the items in your pantry are packed and stored properly. Stacking your containers from tallest to shortest will maximize the space in your pantry while providing you with easy access to your items. If the shelves in your pantry are very high, consider placing delicate items on the lower shelves to avoid any potential avalanches that can lead to damage. We recommend storing your empty containers on the higher shelves so you do not have to worry about heavy objects falling down. 

Group Your Pantry Items 

If you’re like most people, your pantry can get a bit cluttered. You know where some items are but not others and it can be difficult to locate what we need when cooking at home or looking for supplies in general. It is important that the different kitchen supplies you own are easily accessible while not taking up too much space on the shelves. We suggest identifying categories to organize the pantry space:

  • Cans
  • Pasta/Grains
  • Bread/Rolls
  • Breakfast Food
  • Snacks
  • Spices
  • Bottles/Beverages

Stack When You Can 

Stacking your kitchen items is another way to maximize the space in your pantry. Place larger heavier items on the bottom and stack the lighter ones on top. This will prevent any damage while optimizing the space in your pantry. If you are unable to stack certain items, try turning them on their side so they can fit on the shelves in your pantry. 

Salisbury Storage Warehouse in Salisbury, MD

Store your extra kitchen supplies and belongings with Salisbury Storage Warehouse in Salisbury, MD. Our facility offers a variety of affordable storage units ranging in size from 5×5 to 10×20. Whether you need a temperature-controlled storage unit or a unit with drive-up, Salisbury Storage Warehouse has you covered. Our storage calculator is a great tool that can help you with finding the right storage unit for your belongings. Check out our storage tips to learn how to effectively pack and store your items. At Salisbury Storage Warehouse we have enhanced security systems to ensure that your belongings remain safe and secure. Visit our site and rent storage with us today! 

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Katie Mest

About the Author: Katie Mest is a Content Marketing Specialist at Storage Asset Management in York, PA. She specializes in writing about the self storage industry, including storage tips and helpful resources. Outside of work, Katie enjoys spending time exploring the outdoors and snuggling in with a crochet project and her cat, Billie.