The Tension Rod Shelf Secret — and 8 Other Genius Ways To Organize a Small Pantry

2024-05-24T08:48:41-04:00

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By Shay Trotter

The pantry, especially when full, is easily one of the most challenging spots in the home to keep organized. Create zones using this simple system: as part of The Gabai Principles that Nicole Gabai, founder of B. Organized and author of The Art of Organizing: An Artful Guide to an Organized Life, created, she suggests prioritizing frequently used items and keeping them in Zone 1, the most accessible area. Then items you don’t use as often should go into zones 2 or 3. “So, in a pantry, place the most-used items at eye level with the less frequently used zone 2 items higher up,” she explains. Deep pull-out shelves are helpful for sorting items, but when that’s not possible, Gabai suggests opting for side-by-size open boxes to create categories of food. Read more on Woman’s World >

The Tension Rod Shelf Secret — and 8 Other Genius Ways To Organize a Small Pantry2024-05-24T08:48:41-04:00
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