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Amy Hodge

This looks fabulous! I would be excited to use this too! :) And I love how the binder and cat dish and green in the hallway (stairs?) match. Back when we owned a house we had the hallway about that green color and our living room a really dark brown. Love it!


Wow, I love how organized it looks! A very nice investment in that cabinet. You really could use that somewhere else in the future if you want. I wish I could pare down my cookbook collection to that size. Sigh!


Wow! This looks great. I need to do something like this. While I have ample cupboard space, it's hard to be inspired by ingredients that are behind closed doors. The mason jars are clever. Easy to find or replace as necessary, without costing a lot. I think I'm going to do something like that for a lot of dry goods. Thanks for the inspiration.


Oh yes I soooo love it. I think I am going to borrow this idea myself. I have an island that I keep my jars (I also have burken ;-)) but it is so deep it is annoying to reach in and grab things out of. I can use the island for storage of multiples and the cabinet as you did. Thank you!!!!



Oh this is so lovely! This is exactly what my kitchen needs! I wish wish wish we had an Ikea in TN. Darn. Would you mind me asking where did you find your black cabinet? Thanks!


Absolutely gorgeous. I want to come over and hang out in your kitchen!

Tracy in SW WA

Oh, it's AMAZING. Love the cleverness, and putting dry goods into clear containers is brilliant - and pretty, too!


Oooh nice! I have something very similar to this in my kitchen / dining area and I love that the glass doors allow me to see what I have without walking over to rummage through.


that is a fantastic makeover! Can i come cook in your kitchen? I especially love the cat food container--how practical!


That is gorgeous. I love that you can easily see everything and it is just a visual feast to look at everything in the jars and the array of cookbooks. Your bowls on the top look gorgeous, too!


Your kitchen looks great -- totally swoon-worthy. I also keep a cookbook binder!


the bookshelf looks great! i love that you have everything uber organized. someday i hope to have the space to have everything in pretty and labeled jars.


Great upgrade! I love the labelled jars. I'll want to do this for our dry pantry items, too!


I'm loving your pantry upgrade! That bookcase looks very elegant in your kitchen. I love all your different jars, too! I have two of the Burken canisters for cookies, and they're great.


That looks amazing! Makes me want to put one in my shoe box of a kitchen!


oh, that is very very nice!!! I do quite like the Hemnes line :)


what a clever change! love the bookscase! it is perfect for that space! you jars looks so beautiful! you are so organized!


it looks awesome! well done... love how much storage space you created so easily!


what a great idea!
i love all the rows of glass jars - what a perfect inspiration!! (both for me and i'd assume for you and your cooking/baking.)


I love nothing more than glass jars filled with dried beans, grains and spices-- the stuff that magic and adventure are made of!

Enjoy your new "pantry" and all of the wonderful meals it provides!


I would stare at that cabinet all day -- forget the cooking. It looks amazing! Love the jars, the books -- all of it. I'm now ashamed of my cupboards.....I see a new project in my future.

Jessica C

Okay, I'm late, but seriously, WOW. I am extremely impressed. You can never see my pantry. Even if distance weren't a problem -- you are not allowed to see my pantry. Looks amazing!


I dream of having a pantry that's this organized! Nice job you two!


this is super impressive. i just got hit by an oatmeal avalanche this morning!


i can not tell you just how much i LOVE this!!! i'd just stand and stare at it while smiling, too! what a beautiful solution to a small kitchen. hurray ikea! :)


Ingenious! I stumbled on here looking at Ikea stuff on Flickr - brilliant idea whoever thought of it!


this pantry is like a dream. i justs love it!!!

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