.ORG Pantry Organizer Bin // .ORG Metal Mesh Expandable Shelves // .ORG Mesh Stacking Kitchen Bin // Kate Spade New York Glass Canisters // Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day Liquid Dish Soap & Hand Soap // Medium Glass Jar // Classic Jar Collection // Marble MortarÂ // Kate Spade Lemon Dish Towel
Living in a small condo, you really have to get creative with your space and stay organized or it can feel even smaller! This has always been a struggle for me, but living in a smaller space really taught me that I had to get creative and find solutions to maximize every corner and cupboard. Enter Bed Bath & Beyond’s amazing .ORG organizational product line! You can get creative and use these in any room of your house, but we needed some help in our kitchen (see before photos below for proof). It totally transformed our messy pantry into a functional, clean space that I now look forward to reaching for things, rather than opening a cupboard with one eye open, terrified that something was going to come falling out on me (lol). I used the .ORG bins to store items like canned foods, pasta sauce, pancake mix etc. in and these cute jars for our mini candy collection (we like keeping these on hand for guests, especially our favourite little people that visit us).
In the middle cupboards, we needed more space for plates so we used these metal mesh expandable cabinet shelves to create additional storage! These are brilliant!
On the far right you’ll notice we have a much smaller cabinet, so we decided to use this as a place to store our vitamins, supplements and extra dish soap (I love Mrs.Meyer’s) that’s miscellaneous. Again the .ORG bins came in hand, just tidying up all of the loose ends and keeping them stored in a neat way.
I absolutely love how just a few pieces made such a huge difference and has kept us organized (yes, I am happy to report it has stayed this way). What are your organization tips for small spaces? I’d love to hear any and all hacks you know that would help us with condo living!
Thank You to Bed Bath & Beyond for partnering on this post.