The Prettiest Pantries & My Favorite Canisters

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Obviously, I have all things kitchen on my mind since we're mid reno. We're moving right along and despite the fact that things are crazy unorganized at my house due to the renovation, images of pretty pantries that are organized to perfection are giving me hope and keeping me sane. I'm talking all about pantries and why they're a must-have in modern kitchens on the Interior Collective today. Click through for a peek!

First of all, pantries come in all shapes and sizes. You don't need a giant butlers pantry or walk-in room the size of a small bedroom to have a great pantry. If you do- that's amazing... but it's totally not necessary. To me, a good pantry is mostly about organization and having a designated place for food and everyday items.

Our kitchen is on the small side, but despite the lack of square footage, we made room for a pantry. I'm a little premature on ordering canisters, but living amongst the chaos is making me crave organization. As soon as our cabinetry is installed, I'll be glad to neatly tuck everything away where it belongs. These drool-worthy images have me more excited than ever!

Pantries can quickly become cluttered and busy... it's their nature and amount of use they get on a daily basis. I prefer canisters and food storage that is minimal and simplistic. It cuts down on the visual clutter and instantly looks more appealing.
I also like to put groceries in their correct place as soon as I bring them home- no matter how big of a hurry I'm in. Taking the extra time helps to keep the space as neat and as intended.

01: lattice canisters // 02: white canisters // 03: pop canister set // 04: canisters with spoons // 05: le creuset canisters // 06: modern canister set // 07: williams canister set // 08: marbled canister set// 09: geometric canisters // 10: stainless lid canisters // 11: tite square canister set // 12: glass canisters // 13: silo canisters // 14: white canister set // 15: ceramic canister set // 16: airtight canister set // 17: utility canisters // 18: nambe canisters
Do you have favorites from the above roundup? Again, I'm partial to the minimal options, but it was so difficult for me to choose. Do you guys take the time to utilize canisters? Or would you rather just leave your food in the bulk packaging?


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For more kitchen organization and products, check out this post! January is always my favorite time to year to get organized. This year has been the exception due to our renovation. Here's to hoping February and March will bring me peace, cleanliness, and a tidy home again.

Images via humphrey munson unless otherwise noted

For more ways to get organized: 5 Steps To An Organized Kitchen | Entryway Organization

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Sarah Gibson is a full-time designer located in the Midwest. With an emphasis on both graphic and interior design, her projects are varied. Sarah's areas of expertise range from rebranding, website & blog design, print and social media marketing, to creative direction, such as styling and photoshoots. As an interior designer, Sarah also specializes in full-service interior design, custom projects, styling, and renovations. Aside from her day job, she spends evenings and weekends creating content for her lifestyle blog, Room for Tuesday, which features content in design, interiors, travel, fashion, and creative inspiration. She enjoys balancing both trendy and eclectic pieces with classic elements, for a curated aesthetic.