Does your pantry look like the discount shelves at Wally World? Then, it may be time to give it a makeover. Luckily, you don’t need to break the bank to get it in tip-top shape. Whether you need help making things more accessible or tidying up the space, below are 10 organization products under $25.00 that will help solve whatever challenges your pantry is facing.
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1. Customizable Plastic Storage Bins
ClearSpace sells clear plastic storage bins that can be divided into 4 sections. These are great, because you can customize them to your needs and the size of the items you want to store. They also have extra-large clear bins for the pantry, which are good for boxed and bagged foods.
2. Airtight Food Containers
Good food containers will keep your pantry food fresher and pest-free. Chef’s Path has one of the best selling airtight food container sets on Amazon. Their containers are BPA-free and have a 4-side locking lid with a silicone seal to keep out air and moisture. Their 4-piece set is under $25, but they do have larger sets with a variety of container sizes.
3. Can Rack Organizer
Anyone on Hurricane Alley will tell you that canned food can take up a lot of space in the pantry, and it’s not always safe to stack, especially if you have little kids. This can rack organizer from DecoBros holds 36 cans and has 3 shelves. It can also be double-stacked, if you have space that allows it.
4. Soda Pop Dispenser
Many soda can boxes are perforated so you can tear of the end and pop them in the fridge. But if you don’t drink soda very often and you prefer to pop a few in the fridge when you need them, the boxes start to lose their form and become too unstable to stack. These metal soda pop dispensers hold a 12-pack of soda cans and are stackable.
5. Stackable Tea Organizer
If you’re a tea drinker, these stackable boxes from Seseno are great for organizing individual packets. They’re also great for storing instant coffee, pods, flavor packets, sweetener packets, and extra condiment packets leftover from ordering delivery.
6. Adjustable Shelf
Sometimes, all you need is a little help maximizing your shelf space. This adjustable shelf from YouCopia has 3 levels. When spaced evenly, they can hold 2-3 storage bag boxes or 4 tin foil/wrap boxes per shelf, which is great for stacking different sized boxes. There’s a larger version for a little bit more money.
7. Pull-Out Trays
If you have a tight spot you need to fill, pull out trays are a great option for tucking away small things, like spices, sugar sprinkles, filter refills, seasonal linens, and utensils you may not use very often.
8. Water Bottle Organizer
If you have a lot of water bottles, this is something you definitely need – a water bottle organizer. Empty water bottles are so easy to knock over. It’s much easier to lay them on their sides in this special holder. It has 4 stackable pieces, so you can make them 4 high or place 2 next to each other or divide them on separate shelves.
9. Bakeware Rack
Do you store baking pans in your pantry? A bakeware rack can make them easier to sort throw and keep tidy. This one from YouCopia is adjustable and comes with U-shaped dividers to support tall pans (a similar product comes with M-shaped dividers to fit pan lids). But it isn’t great for just pans. You can also use it for cutting boards, cooling racks, and molds.
10. Lazy Susan Turntables
Lazy Susans are another great way to store smaller items in your pantry. Storing spices or drink mixes in them is ideal because you can easily spin the see-through turntable to find what you are looking for. If you have children, you can put their “allowed” snacks on display, so they know right where to go when they’re hungry. And because they’re small, they can be easily taken out of the pantry and refilled.