I recently organised our pantry and gave it a makeover. It was exciting until I realised just how many containers I would have to wash before the real fun could begin!
I received a huge response to our pantry makeover. For those of you who haven’t already seen the end result on my Instagram, here it is …
Please see below for a detailed listing of what products, container sizes and font styles I used.
You can click on the images below to view the product.
I used the Kitchen Pro Denny containers from Kitchen Warehouse.
I love these containers. They not only look pretty but are great quality and completely air tight.
They have a large variety of sizes and are one of the more affordable options as opposed to some other brands which are very similiar but almost double the price.
I used 3 sizes 1 Litre, 1.7 Litre and 2.3 Litre.
Pantry Container Labels
This font is hands down my favorite font. It is Font 17 from Pretty Little Designs in their custom pantry labels.
Pretty Little Designs has labels for every area in your home. Warning, once you label one area you may get the itch to label the rest of the house.
Electric Salt & Pepper Mills
Our Electric Salt & Pepper Mills featured next to the spices are from Aldi. They are one of Aldi’s special buys so unfortuantley they are only available to purchase once a year.
I think they will bring them back again next year for those who missed out as they’re very popular (camp outside kind of popular as they sell out so quickly) and Aldi have stocked them 2 years in a row so far.
They are $9.99 each.
The dining set featured is the Ottawa Orchid range by Ecology Homewares.
At the moment I really adore dining-ware in blue tones with a distressed look so the Ottawa range is a new favourite of mine.
The mugs are the perfect tea and coffee size. I’m all about decent sized mugs … partly because i’m clumsy and partly because I like a lot of tea to dunk my biscuits!
Herb & Spice Jars
Lets all please take a moment to appreciate just how cute these herb & spice jars are!
I literally squealed with excitement when I received them.
They are by Little Label Co. I selected the 75ml size with Font 13 labels. (The 75ml size fits a standard spice jar from the supermarket).
DIY Spice Rack
I really wanted a wooden spice rack to match our spice jars. Though I found it quite difficult to find one that wasn’t overpriced.
My partner had a great idea to use the Kmart Bamboo Drawer Tidy’s and create our own DIY Spice Rack by simply turning the bamboo drawer tidy’s upside down and stacking them in a tiered effect.
We purchased 5 of the Large and Narrow size which fit the 75ml spice jars perfectly.
I used these small glass canisters from Kmart to store our Himalayan salt and spare pepper to fill our Electric Pepper Mill.
Oil & Vinegar Bottles
These Oil & Vinegar bottles from Pretty Little Designs are one of my favourite items used in our pantry.
I love that all bottles are now the one size and no longer different labels and packaging, which I find an eyesore.
I used the Font type Tulip.
I purchased two different styles from IKEA.
The first is the Risatorp basket, which I use to store fruit and vegetables that we don’t store in the fridge. (Bananas, apples, sweet potatoes, potatoes and onions etc).
I really love the aesthetic of these baskets. I love being able to see through them and the Scandinavian design.
The second basket/storage tub that I used from IKEA is the Variera box.
I use them for items such as canned goods, spreads, sauces and misc items.
I love these for this purpose because I personally don’t love the look of packaging everywhere when I look in our pantry. They keep items grouped and disguise most of the packaging.
They’re also a stylish solution that can be used in other areas of your home.
I hope that you enjoyed this post and that it inspires you to also organise your pantry or another area in your home.
I promise the finished result and the enjoyment of seeing everything in order is all worth it!