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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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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