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Check Out These Pantry Makeovers

Check Out These Pantry Makeovers

Words Veronica Chan

Opening up a kitchen cabinet only to find everything all neat and organized is a home cook’s dream. No more digging around to find the flour or accidentally knocking over the baking powder while reaching for spices. Check out these pantry makeovers along with some great advice from bloggers on how to organize your pantry with POP Containers, our popular line of airtight storage containers.



Toni from A Bowl Full of Lemons found that her cardboard food boxes clutter up the pantry but using POP Containers has helped her to stay more organized, especially since she can see when she’s low on any particular item since the containers are clear.













Sarah from An Inviting Home utilizes a corner wall in her kitchen to create a makeshift pantry space to store her staples and snacks. The various sizes and grooves in the POP container lids allow you to stack them easily. The larger containers are nice for putting a whole bag of tortilla chips in or a full tub of oatmeal.













Dara of Cookin Canuck gave her pantry a full makeover and shared her strategy for how to arrange a pantry from soup to nuts so it’s user-friendly not only for herself but for kids too.













Emmy from Everything Emmy has a dreamy spread of (68!) containers that fill her narrow pantry closet with grains, dried fruits, nuts, baking ingredients, and more. She gives a detailed breakdown of what she stores in her containers.













Stephanie from 52 Kitchen Adventures uses her POP Containers to organize her baking supplies. She recommends a purge, organize, then label approach.



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Even our chef friends at Maialino restaurant in NYC use POP Containers to store their spices and dried ingredients!

How would you organize your pantry with POP Containers?

Veronica Chan
By Veronica Chan

Veronica Chan is part of OXO's Brand Communications team. She hopes to one day open a free range chinchilla farm which will include a petting zoo for the kids and maybe balloons.

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