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Our favorite pantries: another peek into Pantry #3

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I'm a total sucker for creative spice storage, and for turquoise kitchens, so you can imagine how excited and inspired I was, way back in February 2008, to peek into Pantry #3 from Rachel, in Baltimore.

Visit the original post to see more photos of Pantry #3. More turquoise! More storage solutions!

Then, come back and let us know: do you love Pantry #3 as much as I do?

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I've seen various configurations of those magnetic spice jars but I don't think I could ever pare my spice collection down to that many spices or jars that small!

I loved the idea of magnetic spice jars. I found them (just the jars) at Staples (!) and bought a few to try out. Now I have them on the refrigerator, with some whole spices that won't deteriorate like powders do. They have shake and pour openings, very nice, but they serve a decorative purpose more than practical. My upteen + seasonings are still in the closet like pantry, stored in a collection of little shelf units and many random and recycled jars. And yes, both larger and smaller than a uniform jar set. Maybe we should paint the pantry walls in a wake-up color, though.

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