Wall Pantry for Your Kitchen
When I was in Boston in December, I created 4 content videos for Wayfair to use for advertising. They are circulating on the internet now on different websites, but I have yet to see them myself! ha!
I keep getting messages from friends and blog readers telling me that they have seen me on a Wayfair video, so maybe I will stumble across one soon. :)
One of the videos we shot was about creating a wall pantry for your kitchen. Not every house has a large pantry, so we have to creatively make a space in the kitchen to store some of our items. If you have a blank wall space anywhere in your kitchen, you can put some open shelving units (or etageres) to create more storage space!
Sweet Meghan, who works at Wayfair, did a great job styling this etagere with all kinds of goodies. (I had a hard time staying out of the m&m’s.)
The baskets on top are great for storing items you want to keep out of reach of the children or that you don’t use on a daily basis.
The second shelf is full of glass jars to store dry goods and spices. Chalkboard labels are a fun touch to add to your containers.
Wire bins are great for holding fruits and veggies. They also make it easy to see when items are running low, and you need to stock up.
The lower shelves are great for items that you want your kids to be able to easily reach. Filling glass jars with snack items makes it easy for your kids to grab afternoon snacks when they get home from school.
If you are not comfortable with your children handling glass jars, you can easily substitute them for plastic jars or containers.
Large baskets on the bottoms shelves are great for holding chips and bagged goods.
Add a cute rug in front of your pantry for some extra color. Meghan also added a cute stool to the right of the shelving, and hung an apron above it, but I took these pictures before she was finished styling the space for the video shoot.
Do you have a wall in your kitchen where you could create your own pantry area?
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A neat idea but I could never keep my neat enough to be exposed all the time. This one looks pretty.
I don’t have one, but I’m going to now! I have a relatively small “pantry cabinet” built in, but this would be a perfect place to store larger pieces that I don’t use as often, mixer, large crockpot, Instant Pot, ect. I am an avid Goodwill hunter so this will be my next hunt!