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Other People's Pantries #150

From Lindsay (The Lean Green Bean), in Columbus, Ohio:

Welcome to my pantry! When my husband and I first bought our house, the walk-in pantry was what I was most excited about. Moving from an apartment with no cabinet space, where we stored all our food on a bakers rack, I was thrilled to be able to put food out of sight!


We try to keep things slightly organized with cloth baskets for our bread, chips and baking supplies.


We also have a shelf dedicated solely to the dogs, their treats and their peanut butter!


In the cabinet next to the stove, I keep some sauces and extra spices that don't fit in the spice rack or the drawer below! As you can see, I like my spices :)



Hope you enjoy your look around! Feel free to stop by my blog to see what I do with all this food!

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Thanks for sharing....a question for you about your stove: dont you worry that the things sitting on the small shelf next to it will get ruined from the heat/splatter

Lindsay, I couldn't help but notice the wine corks on the wall... did you make your own cork board out of wine corks? How clever!

I wish I had one of those walk-in pantries. Alas mine is very small.

I have to say that I love this feature and it is what originally drew me to your blog. The ideas that are shared are awesome, because we have a very small kitchen and inspire me to improve our my own space. That said, I will be sharing photos of my pantry, soon.

Thanks so much!

I love your "cork" board!

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