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Space is key. We'd all be so lucky if we had this 5-foot-wide by 2½-foot-deep pantry by Heirloom Design Build to work with every morning. Heck, each child could have a shelf dedicated to his or her own lunch box and accessories.For many of us this may not be possible, but the key ingredients here are the tall, open shelves and sliding baskets. The shelving height accommodates a variety of lunch box and water bottle heights, as well as tall cracker and cereal boxes so they can stand upright. Sliding baskets of varying sizes, like these from Sidelines, are great for wrangling water bottle caps, Tupperware tops, paper bags and plastic baggies. The best feature of this pantry, though, is its ability to be closed off. Keep it pretty. If you're working with open shelving, disguise its utilitarian purpose with a background that's calming amidst the lunch prep chaos. Designer and Houzz contributor Charmean Neithart added this soothing print from Joseph Abboud for Kravet behind floating custom shelves. Fruit stored farmer's-market-style provides pops of color against the quiet blue-gray backdrop.