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*The Thrifty Home: Simple Solutions to Organize a Deep Pantry. Tall, slim containers with handles seem to be the thing to do here.

*The Thrifty Home: Simple Solutions to Organize a Deep Pantry. Tall, slim containers with handles seem to be the thing to do here.

I would love to have my pantry set up like this.  Pull out drawers makes so much sense.  You won't have to practically get down on your hands and knees to get to the food on the bottom shelf!

I would love to have my pantry set up like this. Pull out drawers makes so much sense. You won't have to practically get down on your hands and knees to get to the food on the bottom shelf!

awesome.....!!!...This is a great idea for a deep closet with narrow shelves. Love it! #pantry ideas #pantry organization #closet organization

awesome.....!!!...This is a great idea for a deep closet with narrow shelves. Love it! #pantry ideas #pantry organization #closet organization

*The Thrifty Home: Deep Pantry Organization: turntable on top shelves, baskets with handles, those can storage racks for soda or other

*The Thrifty Home: Deep Pantry Organization: turntable on top shelves, baskets with handles, those can storage racks for soda or other

I have a deep, narrow and dark pantry, and three roommates so no one ever knows what's already been bought. Some organization would be great - once we ended up with four open bags of sugar and no flour.  I might honestly label different shelves with things like "dry goods" and "cans" but we will need to move the order around - one of my roommates is scared of heights and can't use a step stool. :)

I have a deep, narrow and dark pantry, and three roommates so no one ever knows what's already been bought. Some organization would be great - once we ended up with four open bags of sugar and no flour. I might honestly label different shelves with things like "dry goods" and "cans" but we will need to move the order around - one of my roommates is scared of heights and can't use a step stool. :)

Put children’s snacks on the bottom pantry shelf, Shearer suggests. This makes it easy for them to help themselves without accidentally knocking over, say, a nearby bag of flour.

Put children’s snacks on the bottom pantry shelf, Shearer suggests. This makes it easy for them to help themselves without accidentally knocking over, say, a nearby bag of flour.