Open shelving is worth the risk…
Putting open shelving in our new kitchen took much convincing with my better half, but now he loves it (and so do I). These jarred staples are used everyday. The airtight lids keep everything super fresh and it is easy to see when we are running low.
The top shelf houses our baking needs…flour, sugar, and oatmeal. These are cracker jars with twist off lids. They are sold at Bed, Bath and Beyond and Target.
The next shelf changes constantly. Now showing…popcorn, marshmallows, walnuts, quinoa, beans, etc. These are all wide mouth Ball jars, pint or quart size. They are sold at Walmart by the case, but they can also be found everywhere for a little less at the end of the summer (canning season).
The third shelf usually holds pancake mix, hot chocolate, dog biscuits, and crackers. These are also cracker jars, just in a different size.
The large white containers are great because they hold an entire bag of chips or pretzels…the kids love this shelf and everything stays fresh. These came from Ikea a number of years ago, but anything similar will work. Just make sure the lid has an airtight seal. The fun chalkboard labels are from Staples.
Give open shelving a try to create a vintage feel in your kitchen!