I love my shelves of dried goods, the contents vary from time to time but I usually have enough food up there to keep us fed with only a bit of help from fresh vegetables and a few cans if push came to shove.
The rice, pasta and oats in the three matching jars on the top shelf are a pretty constant, the pasta shape changes and sometimes the rice is white and sometimes brown and the oats can be any value bag or chunky version that I buy. The main thing is ... I can just about reach to lift them safely down.
The jar at the end is the one that varies from month to month as this is where I keep the current breakfast cereal in use. We have just finished the granola that was in there so I re-filled it with the Weetabix type biscuits that were in an opened box in the cupboard. We never buy 'proper' Weetabix as we both prefer the supermarkets own versions and of course they are much cheaper unless you spy a really good offer.
My other jars contain a real assortment of things ... pulses, pastas, nuts, macaroni, some pre-mixed soup mix and there's one with a 3 bean salad mix that I bought in a fit of healthy eating shopping a long while ago.
My glass jars have all been acquired over time and have gradually merged into a pretty good almost matching set. I had two of the sort the wheat biscuits are in but one of them was the only thing that got broken in the move to this house, not bad really just one casualty in a move that went on for many weeks and was all a DIY job.
I do find if you have food on shelves in glass jars it inspires you to use it more regularly .... although the 3 bean salad mix is letting me down a bit on that one ;-)