When it comes to pantry organization, it’s out with the old and in with the new with these tips from @apttherapy guaranteed to tidy up your space. Start by tossing out any snacks that are passed their prime. Then, keep all your favorite goodies in their places and within reach by storing them in airtight, labeled containers or wire mesh baskets. Extra points for allowing only one row of jars on each shelf.
Bathroom Storage and Organization Ideas. Bathroom storage ideas can be practical and beautiful. Decorate with items that are useful. Here's a few bathroom organization tips. These storage solutions are perfect for small bathrooms or spaces that have limited cabinet space.
I love these! They stack beautifully in the refrigerator, and are microwave plus dishwasher safe. The original sets were very hard to "snap" but the newer lids like these are much easier. Other than a few special jars I keep, these are the first items that have impressed my husband into actually commenting "I like these."
It is a heavy glass vase I got from Old Time Pottery I inverted on some concrete blocks so they could swim in from the bottom. You have to get wet to submerge the vase and turn it up under water so the vacuum created keeps the water inside. Make sure you have a heavy glass container or the weight of the water will shatter it. (court. of Rick Brown's fb page - Riverview Flower Farm Growing Florida Friendly Plants)
#Cultivateit I want glass apothecary jars for dried goods in the kitchen. A lovely way to display food and keep it functional. Pasta, rice, sugar, flour...ect. I would like a variety of shapes and sizes, though.