The celebration of Kitchen and Bath Month continues, and with it comes a celebration of my favorite kitchen organizing products!
Earlier this month, we focused on products that bring about organizational bliss in the bathroom. Today, it’s all about the kitchen…more specifically–the pantry.
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There isn’t a single kitchen organizing project I’ve tackled in which Sterilite Stacking Baskets haven’t been used to “containerize” something. I’ve used them in clients’ kitchen cabinets and drawers to store vitamins and medications, to store paper products, and corral plastic ware. More often than not though, I’ve used them in pantries to store various food categories, like you see in my own pantry above.
They work absolutely perfectly in reach-in pantries with shelves that are spaced 12 inches apart. When you use stacking bins in this way, you get a “gold star” for maximizing the available vertical space.
Since they’re not clear, labels are a must when using these baskets in your pantry. When the gray stacking mechanism is in the “stacking” position, it reveals the perfect place for affixing a label when the basket is stored on a low shelf. When baskets are stored at eye level or above, opt for a pretty chalk label on the front of the basket.