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The secret to an organized kitchen? A pantry that can hold anything and everything from food and drinks to dishware and cooking utensils. We set out to find the spaces that have done it best – big or small – and even managed to pick up a few helpful tips along the way. Take a look!

Extend the kitchen backsplash into the pantry – especially when it’s within eyesight – for a consistent look throughout. We’re loving the streamlined feel of these subway tiles!

Reclaimed wooden shelves, a moody backdrop, and potted greens convert a standard storage solution into a truly pin-worthy spot filled with bucolic charm.

Shiplapped walls and a whitewashed aesthetic transforms this pantry into a classically clean spot that exudes pure elegance. A source for natural light completes the look.

What’s the point of an impeccably organized pantry if you can’t show off your meticulous work? Opt for a door with glass inserts to offer glimpses of the storage unit behind.

For the apartment-dwellers whose lack in square footage doesn’t allow for a pantry, section off a portion of the cabinets to double as one.

Gridded wire bins impart this cozy pantry with an industrial chic aesthetic while an illustrated sliding door extends the thematic elements of the decor.

The ultimate pantry goal? To have enough space where each item can live comfortably within a shelf. This sectioned off storage spot maximizes its use of natural light, featuring a complementary aesthetic that’s simple yet chic.

Short on space? Utilize compact nooks to double as a pantry. Install a basic set of shelves and utilize style-focused bins to keep the space neat and cohesive.

Glass panel doors help section off the rounded pantry in this ethereal kitchen, while also allowing for complete transparency when it comes to the interiors.

For the more minimally inclined, consider a concealed pantry, disguised as cabinetry. None will be the wiser.

Take things a step further by opting for a cohesive set of canisters, in lieu of displaying items in their original packaging.