It's that time of year folks, time to clean up and clear out. I for one LOVE to get rid of things especially toys. Namely Disney and Barbie related toys. Those disappear from our house on the reg. I get it that some people have a hard time giving things away and to those people I say read the Art of Tidying Up if you haven't already. If it doesn't bring you joy, buh- bye. My main organizational task this spring is to improve the shit show that is our panty. I would show you a before, but it depresses me and I don't want to depress any of y'all. I'll just show you the cute after (Whenever that happens. Operating on REAL slow turn around times over here). Below are my pantry goals. It includes lots of jars, baskets, and groupings.
Isn't this dreamy! Loving the wire baskets and those water decanters on the left. I think it would be so cute to send everyone to bed every night with one of those jars.
What is not to love about this gorge pantry. Swooning over all of the dessert pedestals. Great collection item. Also note the adorable candy jars. Those goodies would be gone in about 5 seconds in my house, but perhaps someone else has children who listen to them. Must be nice.
I love how open shelves displaying plates and mugs looks. We have so much shelving and I love displaying pretty platters and alike.
This is Jenny Kayne's pantry which was featured in Martha Stewart Living. Click here for the article and her pantry storage tips. Love the shape of the Weck jars above.
The nut container's here are awesome. It would be fun to put lots of different trail mix ingredients (cocoa nibs, almonds, shredded coconut, goji berries) into jars and have a running trail mix bar. My kiddos would be into that.
Another shot from Jenny Kayne's pantry. She groups all of the kids stuff in baskets so she can display all of her cute adult stuff (she claims to have Elmo plates. Doubt it),