I love an organised pantry, whether you have a small kitchen cupboard or a walk in pantry, being organised can help your kitchen run smoothly and efficiently.

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The first step to having a beautifully organised pantry is to clear out any items that are no longer needed or beyond their use by date.  Wipe down all your surfaces and make way for your new pantry storage canisters.

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Store foods in an air tight container and label all your items clearly.  I do love the simplicity of these glass and natural wood canisters from Provincial Home Living,  Their Parson range is the perfect way to store dry goods and keep them fresh.  Don’t forget to organise your recipes with a functional Recipe Organiser from Kikki Kyou can customise the tab dividers with stickers to suit your unique lifestyle and use the handy prompter sheets to plan, sort and organise.  Index your favourite recipes so you know where you can find them, plan out your week with the Meal Planner and record recipes on the Recipe Insert Sheets.

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This glass jar canister from Villa Maison is perfect for storing your favourite biscuits or whatever you fancy. The jar comes with a beautifully polished silver lid and ‘Cusine’ band around the centre.  The Scribe Blackboard Canister from Freedom is great for writing your own labels.  Baskets are also a great way to store and contain various packet foods in your cupboard and can easily fit in between your shelving.

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