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This Organized Spice Rack (With Labeled Containers!) Will Make You Want to Fix Yours

We can't stop looking at it.

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Photography: Martin Reyes

If you're building your dream kitchen, one thing you might be overlooking is organizing your condiments, spices, and pantry staples. This will take you one step closer to achieving your kitchen aesthetic goals!

Martin Reyes shared on Facebook group Home Buddies how he organized his spice rack, pantry staples, and his tea selection. He transferred the spices and condiments from its original packaging and then stored them in clear uniform jars. He made labels using markers so he can easily change them if the contents of the jar changed. He also shared, "I placed silica gels sa loob, similar to what we see in food packaging, to prevent the spices from clumping."

Take a look and be inspired by how Martin organized his kitchen:

Check out that tea collection!


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This organized spice rack is so pleasing to look at!


These are some of the pantry staples Martin also organized.


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