I recently turned our hall coat closet into a walk in pantry. I used Ikea shelving to maximize the space. For more details on the converting the closet into a pantry click here http://laureldanedesigns.com/2020/08/15/diy-walk-in-pantry/
I used thrifted wicker baskets from Good Will and all around the house to contain boxes. Using similar styles makes it cohesive. Try mixing and matching a few wicker, a few fabric and/or glass bowls. Shop your house first to find items to use for containment before shopping.
Even though everything has its place not everyone knew what was there so I added LABELS. This is a case when you SHOULD label items. Labels are the finishing touch and where the magic happens!
I found these darling labels at Dollar Tree and used a chalk writer to label items. I tied some on and pinned some to the inside based on the material. AMAZING!!! You can pin, tie or use clothespins to attach your labels.
I was really excited about the price then I found 100 for $4.99 of the same tags on Amazon. Affiliate link https://amzn.to/2ZTVZ5Z.
(I’ve since ordered many more for clients!)
It’s a zen moment everytime I open the pantry doors and it’s organized, functional AND beautiful. Labels are the final finishing touch!
I highly suggest adding labels once you have an organized system. Not only does it look good but it keeps everyone accountable.