While working on our pantry makeover, I decided I wanted to convert to glass storage. Most of my dry goods were in mismatched containers I had acquired over the years, and not all of them were completely airtight. After a bit of hunting, I decided on Le Parfait jars. They are designed to be used for canning, but they make great storage jars for dry goods too! I chose these Le Parfait jars because they are beautiful, airtight, and the smaller sizes are stackable. They really make the best glass pantry storage jars!
One of the first rooms I decided to update when we moved into our farmhouse was the pantry. It was quite a transformation – see the before and after pictures below! The white paint really brightened up this tiny room, and adding shelving created some much-needed storage space for baking supplies. The paint color I used for the walls was Whitetail by Sherwin Williams. It’s the same color I used for our Nursery too.
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Glass Pantry Storage Jar Sizes
Here are the various sizes I use, from largest to smallest:
3L (96oz.) Le Parfait Jar – Perfect for flour and sugar.
1L (34oz.) Le Parfait Jar – I use this size for granola, rolled oats, cocoa powder, brown sugar, chocolate chips, etc.
350mL (12oz.) Le Parfait Jar – I use this size for baking soda, baking powder, corn starch.
200mL (7oz.) Le Parfait Jar – I use this size for extra peppercorns and other spices.
Other Supplies Needed
I added some labels using my embossing label maker (which first made an appearance on the blog for this DIY lavender pillow spray). You can add extra information you want to keep track of on the bottom of the jars (such as expiration dates or cooking times). I used these non-permanent water-soluble markers, which wipe clean with just a damp paper towel.