Elegant Kitchen Cupboard Arrangement

To achieve a uniform and elegant look in even the most modest of kitchen cupboards, clean and fill containers recycled from products you use regularly, as well as glass jars purchased from health stores, which usually cost a couple of dollars each. The red-lidded glasses are by Luminarc of France. The gold-lidded jars are from Buen Día instant coffee.

©M-J de Mesterton, 2012

Pantry Update

Grouping things in similar containers makes an elegant presentation in the pantry.
©M-J de Mesterton

Elegant Pantry Arrangement

Design Warehouse has French glasses and plastic lids (see bottom shelf).
The jars with red lids used to hold coffee, and were collected over a couple of years (middle shelf).
Spices and smaller bottles are on the bottom shelf for easy identification; large containers are on the top level, where they are still easy to see.
©M-J de Mesterton, 2010

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Design Warehouse has French glasses and plastic lids (see bottom shelf).
The jars with red lids used to hold coffee, and were collected over a couple of years (middle shelf).
Spices and smaller bottles are on the bottom shelf for easy identification; large containers are on the top level, where they are still easy to see.
©M-J de Mesterton, 2010

Elegant Pantry Arrangement

Design Warehouse has French glasses and plastic lids (see bottom shelf).
The jars with red lids used to hold coffee, and were collected over a couple of years (middle shelf).
Spices and smaller bottles are on the bottom shelf for easy identification; large containers are on the top level, where they are still easy to see.
©M-J de Mesterton, 2010

Elegant Pantry Arrangement

Design Warehouse has French glasses and plastic lids (see bottom shelf).
The jars with red lids used to hold coffee, and were collected over a couple of years (middle shelf).
Spices and smaller bottles are on the bottom shelf for easy identification; large containers are on the top level, where they are still easy to see.
©M-J de Mesterton, 2010

>Elegant Pantry Arrangement

>

Design Warehouse has French glasses and plastic lids (see bottom shelf).
The jars with red lids used to hold coffee, and were collected over a couple of years (middle shelf).
Spices and smaller bottles are on the bottom shelf for easy identification; large containers are on the top level, where they are still easy to see.
©M-J de Mesterton, 2010

Elegant Pantry Arrangement

Design Warehouse has French glasses and plastic lids (see bottom shelf).
The jars with red lids used to hold coffee, and were collected over a couple of years (middle shelf).
Spices and smaller bottles are on the bottom shelf for easy identification; large containers are on the top level, where they are still easy to see.
©M-J de Mesterton, 2010

Elegant Pantry Arrangement

Design Warehouse has French glasses and plastic lids (see bottom shelf).
The jars with red lids used to hold coffee, and were collected over a couple of years (middle shelf).
Spices and smaller bottles are on the bottom shelf for easy identification; large containers are on the top level, where they are still easy to see.
©M-J de Mesterton, 2010

Elegant Pantry Arrangement

Design Warehouse has French glasses and plastic lids (see bottom shelf).
The jars with red lids used to hold coffee, and were collected over a couple of years (middle shelf).
Spices and smaller bottles are on the bottom shelf for easy identification; large containers are on the top level, where they are still easy to see.
©M-J de Mesterton, 2010

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