Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Organize your pantry!


Doesn't that look beautiful? I've just reorganized my pantry with the help of the good folks at Industrial Container & Supply. I especially like that I can see (from the label) what's in each container. The plastic jars in back are 1 gallon ($1.80 each) and the jars in front are 1/2 gallon ($1.46 each). The lids (.65 each) have a liner that creates a seal. You won't find prices like these at Walmart (the two jars that have different lids are Rubbermaid (no seal) from Walmart and they were $5! I was able to organize twice as much by going through ICS.

If you live near one of their locations, you can walk in and purchase what you need. Or you can do what our neighborhood did - make a huge purchase together and have it delivered to a nearby church or business parking lot.

To see what works for others, visit Shannon at Rocks in my Dryer

10 comments:

Summer said...

Wow! Those are nice and incredibly well priced. I am so getting some.

My Ice Cream Diary said...

This looks fantastic! My pantry is drooling.

The Happy Housewife said...

I love this idea, I am going order some containers next month, thanks for sharing the link, I didn't want to pay the Walmart prices!

The Lazy Organizer said...

They're beautiful!

Heather said...

Wow - these look great. I love a tidy pantry. This is a great way to organize. I live near Salt Lake and it looks like they have a warehouse here. Thanks for the idea.

Mrs. Organic said...

Just a disclaimer - the containers are not dishwasher safe (ask me how I know - I have one fine piece of modern art now)

Louise said...

I love those containers because the "footprint" is square instead of round. They fill the space more efficiently that way. Good job!

b. said...

killer prices!

I love that kind of stuff! I don't have it, but I love it.

Heather said...

okey-dokey... i got oodles of containers like these today at the warehouse. I'll let you know when I post pictures of my newly organized pantry. Thanks for much for the tip with this company. I shared the glorious container idea on my blog... http://sunnyside1976.blogspot.com/2008/05/containers-galore.html

Tip Junkie said...

It looks great! What a fab pantry.