{Home Sunday} Rustic DIY Pantry

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{Home Sunday} Rustic DIY Pantry

Ok, I am very excited about this week’s Home Sunday, mostly because it’s so cheap and easy.

Whenever I visit a historical village, I will see a kitchen or pantry in a home that is 100 to 200 years old. And what I always love about these kitchens are the giant glass jars filled with flour or herbs or nuts. It just looks so homey and so warm and inviting. I’ve also wondered why we never kept this up. It’s such a handy and convenient way to access things we use in the kitchen on a daily basis.

If you have space in your pantry, you must try this. Restaurant supply sites are the place to go for basic pieces like this. You can get these gorgeous glass jars for only $7.42 each and scoops for each for only $1.27! You can fill these jars with anything: flour, sugar, brown sugar, granola, nuts, raisins, chocolate chips, etc. It looks way more attractive than a bunch of bags and boxes spilling all over in your pantry.

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Image from thefarmchicks.com
Image from thefarmchicks.com
Anchor Hocking 85545R 1/2 Gallon Glass Jar with Cover; The WEBstaurant Store, $7.42
Anchor Hocking 85545R 1/2 Gallon Glass Jar with Cover; The WEBstaurant Store, $7.42
ICE SCOOP,6 OZ, 9 1/2 X 3 7/8" S/S; Public Kitchen Supply, $1.27
ICE SCOOP,6 OZ, 9 1/2 X 3 7/8″ S/S; Public Kitchen Supply, $1.27

What are some of your favorite ways of organizing your kitchen pantry? Let us know!

 

 

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3 Comments

  1. That would be a great idea Christie! You could even buy some chalk board paint and stencil on a square of it to the jar. Then you could change what you put in each jar and it’ll look cute!

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