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The pantry is the workhorse of the kitchen. It helps you when you need to get dinner (or breakfast or lunch) on the table and keeps ingredients fresh and cool. But like all hardworking spaces, it can get a little (or a lot) disorganized. Gather inspiration from these beautifully organized spaces, and pick and choose from 15 takeaway tips to get your own pantry in shape.

15 Smart Ideas From Beautifully Organized Pantries

1. Back-of-Door Organizer

Expand your organizing possibilities with back-of-door shelving designed to hold bottles and jars one-deep. To make the most of this prime pantry space, use it to store your most frequently reached-for spices and staple ingredients. The best back-of-door shelves have guardrails (as seen here) so items don’t topple off every time you open and close the door.

15 Smart Ideas From Beautifully Organized Pantries

2. Wine Storage

A good wine rack that can hold a full stock of bottles is a must for oenophiles. The custom wine shelves shown here have a geometric design that makes a striking presentation.

Outfit your existing pantry shelves with a wine rack or two to keep favorite bottles close at hand.

15 Smart Ideas From Beautifully Organized Pantries

3. Labeled Drawers

Deep pantry drawers hold a lot of goods — but they can also quickly become a mess. Keep yours in order with drawer dividers and reusable chalkboard labels so you know exactly what goes where.

15 Smart Ideas From Beautifully Organized Pantries

4. Command Center

Need to save school notices and stash incoming mail, but don’t want them cluttering up the kitchen counter? Carve out space along one wall in the pantry for a neat command center, with a bulletin board, mail slots and hooks for keys.

And you don’t need a walk-in pantry to make this work — just hang similar pieces on the back of the pantry door.

15 Smart Ideas From Beautifully Organized Pantries

5. Easy-Scoop Jars

Candy jars with wide, angled openings make smart containers for dry goods that need to be scooped or measured. Use the jars for grains, loose tea, flour, snack foods, and yes, sweets.

To make them even more useful, include a metal scoop in an appropriate measurement inside the jar.

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