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Building a New Pantry Organizer with EasyClosets




I could not have been more excited when this delivery showed up last Friday. 


I was a little surprised though, as I did not expect so many boxes. However, I soon realized that the majority of it was packing material. You can tell that EasyClosets takes a lot of care in making sure that their product arrives safely and undamaged. Of all the shelves, drawers, and other parts that we received, not a single piece was damaged.


With so many boxes, you could easily become overwhelmed. However, EasyClosets goes above and beyond with their packaging by clearly labeling each box with its contents. This makes it extremely easy to find the exact piece you are looking for without having to open each box. 

We started with the box marked "OPEN FIRST". This box contained the instructions and most of the hardware needed for the project.


After familiarizing ourselves with the instructions, my husband and I got to work.

We began by setting up the vertical panels then planning on where we wanted each shelf to be placed. Some of the shelves use cam locks to lock them in place and provide added support to the system. Other shelves sit on shelf pins and can easily be moved around to accommodate your needs. In the photo below, you can see the two different types of shelves used. 


The vertical tray dividers and the wine rack are held in place by pins. The pins fit tightly so that there is no movement once installed.



The wire baskets are my absolute favorite. I love that they rest on hooks instead of being permanently attached to the glides. This makes them easy to remove if needed.



The last thing we did was install the drawers. The drawer boxes came pre-assembled so all we had to do was attach the drawer glides and the drawer fronts. 



And that was it! I couldn't believe how simple it was to transform our pantry in only a few hours.

Here is our finished product! What do you think? Are you in love yet? I know that I am. 


One thing that you can't see in the photos is the quality of this product. I have put together a few similar products and EasyClosets is by far the best quality that I have come across. I can tell that this organizing system will last for years to come and it is definitely worth the time and money that goes into it.

Join me next week for the big reveal and find out how I chose to organize our pantry.

If you would like to learn more about EasyClosets you can find them on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.


This is a sponsored post. EasyClosets has provided me with a free pantry organization system in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are 100% mine.

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