Buy spice storage unit:
If you do not have a spice storage unit then visit your nearest store and purchase one. It will have a nice organised system of containers that are airtight and easy to handle. Some units also come with a special rack to hold all the containers properly. You can easily mount the spice storage unit in one of your kitchen cabinets or your pantry. Theses spice storage units are ideal for storing and organising all of your dried herbs and spices.
Use airtight containers:
Get some airtight plastic containers that are easy to open and organise to store all of your dried herbs and spices. You can find these airtight containers in any store for relatively low cost. These containers come in a variety of different shapes and sizes. It is better to buy containers that are not clear to help preserve the flavour and fragrance of your dried herbs and spices.
Use airtight bags:
You can also use airtight bags that have a plastic zipper type mechanism to keep them sealed. However, it might not be the best choice as most bags are usually clear and the light can ruin your dried herbs and spices.
You make some simple labels to put on your airtight storage containers or bags to help keep your dried herbs and spices organised. You can use your computer to print out some labels and stick them to the containers or bags as per your needs.
Try to avoid direct light when storing your dried herbs and spices. The flavour and fragrance of the herbs and spices can deteriorate significantly if light hits the containers directly.
Avoid storing your dried herbs and spices near any sources of heat. It is a good idea to keep your storage containers up high in the cabinets away from the oven, stove or exhaust system. Also, make sure the area in which you store your dried herbs and spices is completely dry and not damp or wet in anyway.