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  • Petro’s Perfect Pantry

    Until recently, my pantry was scattered across various kitchen cupboards, with pasta over here and spices over there. So, for a few years now, I’ve been planning a dedicated space. Part of the problem is that I’m not that bothered by a little chaos in the kitchen, so I really need everything to have a home in order to keep things neat and tidy. In my new pantry, all the essentials are grouped together, so not only is it faster to find what I need when I’m cooking, I can also do a quick audit before a supermarket run (which means fewer mad dashes to the shops). Ultimately, a little organisation has brought a lot more calm to the busiest cupboard in our house. If you’re thinking that it’s time to sort out your own kitchen storage, here are some bits and pieces that helped me pull it all together.   

    By Petro

    Kilner

    Cliptop Glass Jar, 2L£ 7.99

    The Home Edit & iDesign

    Divided Turntable Storage Container£ 22

    House by John Lewis

    Stacking Wire Basket, Large£ 20

    Kilner

    Chalk Sticks And Adhesive Food & Jam Jar Labels£ 4

    The Home Edit & iDesign

    Bin Organiser, Small£ 5

    John Lewis & Partners

    Under-shelf Basket£ 12

    Kate Spade

    Vintage Cherry Dot Round Serve And Store – Set of 2£ 48

    Falcon

    Utensil Pot – Pillarbox Red£ 24

    Croft Collection

    Rattan Shallow Basket£ 18

    The Home Edit & iDesign

    Open Front Stacking Pantry Bin£ 15

    Tala

    Airtight Silicone Seal Clip Top Glass Storage Jar£ 8

    LSA International

    Gio Line Container & Cork Stopper£ 36

    like-it

    Bricks Plastic Storage Box£ 15

    The Home Edit & iDesign

    Pantry Labels, Set of 18£ 8

    The Home Edit & iDesign

    Linus Pantry Storage Bin£ 13

    The Home Edit & iDesign

    Divided Fridge Bin£ 17.50

    Pols Potten

    Multicoloured Storage Jar with Lid – Set of 3£ 191

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