I have been a fan of Liberty Hardware for years and love their gorgeous hardware. They recently released Closets By Liberty – storage systems that magically organize any closet or pantry. Today I’m sharing my DIY Pantry Makeover, and it’s a good one!
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Closets by Liberty has 6-foot, 8-foot, and 10-foot storage systems, and they also have a special 4-foot system designed specifically for linen closets and pantries. I used the smaller 4-foot system for our own pantry closet, and it’s perfect for small pantry makeovers.
I began with the 4-Foot Linen and Pantry customizable closet organization system in class white. It’s 24″ and comes with 10 shelves. I had a dream for our pantry and sketched this mini butler pantry idea several years ago. Thanks to the pantry system, I was able to make my dream a reality and design a mini butler’s pantry (and say goodbye to the wire shelves).
Each system comes with a tower that is VERY easy to assemble. It was so easy that I assembled it solo. You can customize the tower with rods, shelving, and drawers.
The tower system is sent in boxes that are labeled for easy assembly.
This is a DIY I recommend for anyone because the installation was very simple and the instructions are easy to understand.
The tower system can easily be changed to adjust to your needs, and it provides a high-end look without the designer’s price.
I built the entire system on my own. The hardest part of the entire project was removing our baseboards. Apparently, the builder installed the baseboard BEFORE the flooring which meant it was almost impossible to remove them.
Luckily Steve managed to figure out how to remove them, and I had my dad help me cut and install the new baseboards. We also added baseboards around the front of the system to make it look even more built-in (along with some cove running up either side of the system).
The end result is a gorgeous and functioning way to organize your pantry (or closet). The pantry shelves support up to 400 pounds which is a good thing considering I have two teenage sons. We require a lot of pantry items in this home!
I removed the pantry door to allow us to better utilize the space. Before, the door swung in and one entire wall was wasted. Thanks to such a pretty system that hides clutter, I had no problem removing the door because it deserves to be seen, and I love the open pantry and all the extra space!
We added rows of hooks from Liberty Hardware’s collection to hang pots, pans, and aprons and help utilize the small space.
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I also added removable wallpaper to the walls around the storage system, and our pantry makeover project couldn’t look cuter.
Where would you use Closets By Liberty in your home? Check out their website for lots of storage ideas, inspiration, and where to purchase their systems!
I hope I helped inspire you with some pantry organization ideas.
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2 thoughts on “DIY Pantry Makeover”
Your pantry is so beautiful! The wallpaper makes my heart flutter. You mentioned it was removable wallpaper. The Home Depot link is confusing, it says it has a “water activated pre-pasted backing” yet further down it say “ requires a heavyweight pre-mixed paste. I’m a wallpaper novice so water activated sounds like something I can handle. Could you please tell me more about your experience with this particular paper?
Thanks so much~ Love your blog!
Thanks, Suzanne! I linked the wrong paper. I DID use the peel and stick version, and you can find that link here: https://bit.ly/3lSGQgc. I updated the links on the blog as well. Hopefully, this helps! Thanks so much for your support!