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This space-saving pantry organizer takes your storage vertical
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This space-saving pantry organizer takes your storage vertical



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If you’ve been stocking up on pantry essentials for the whole family, you might have found yourself in a bit of an organizing disaster. Keeping cans, cooking oils, flour, rice, and more easily accessible and easy to see can be a challenge. This pantry organizer is the perfect way to take your storage vertical and make a crowded pantry feel manageable.

How It Works

The ClosetMaid vertical pantry storage organizer has eight adjustable racks with close wire frames to prevent slipping or tipping. The organizer can be wall mounted next to your stove or counter, or can be hung over the back of the pantry door. It comes in 18 and 12 inch widths so it can fit in any sized pantry.

Cooking at a Glance

This pantry storage solution makes cooking and meal planning easy since you can see all your nonperishable items at a glance. The adjustable baskets make it easy to store short or tall items, and the wire frames allow you to easily see what you have in stock and what needs to go on the next grocery list.

Why Customers Love It

Amazon customers are raving about this vertical pantry storage solution giving it an average of 4.6 out of 5 stars with over 5,000 reviews. Customers liked that the metal rods were sturdy and held plenty of weight when wall mounted. They also used this organizer in every area of the home, from the pantry door to the bathroom, laundry room, home office, and more.

ClosetMaid Pantry Wall and Door Rack available from Amazon 


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