Woman shares how she transformed her pantry using storage containers
Does your pantry look like this? Woman shares how she transformed her kitchen space using storage containers and jars
- A woman has shared how she decluttered and organised her kitchen pantry
- The space was originally cluttered with pots, trays, oil bottles and cans
- But it was transformed by using jars and containers from Storage Haus
- The woman amazed others by sharing before and after images on Facebook
An Australian woman has revealed how she decluttered and organised her tight pantry.
The woman’s pantry was initially cluttered with loose pots and baking trays on the bottom shelf, an unflattering collection of oil bottles and a lack of tidiness throughout.
But after seeking inspiration online, the pantry was transformed into a neatly arranged space by using several storage containers.
‘I feel like this group would truly appreciate my before and after,’ she wrote and shared images to the Mums Who Clean Facebook group.
The woman’s pantry was initially cluttered with loose items throughout the space (left) but was transformed by using several storage jars and containers (right)
To tidy the space the woman used products from Storage Haus – an Australian home organisation company.
On Facebook she revealed she purchased canisters with wooden lids and oil dispenser bottles all of varying prices between $3.50 per 100mL jar and $17.95 per 2L jar.
The transformation likely would’ve cost the woman hundreds of dollars to purchase the new organisation supplies.
Those seeking a cheaper alternative may wish to purchase budget food storage containers from Kmart or Big W.
More than 1,200 others part of the Facebook group ‘liked’ the new tidy pantry and dubbed it ‘a masterpiece’.
‘I’m so jealous. I say I’m going to do mine all the time but still haven’t got around to it,’ one woman wrote.
‘Beautiful transformation, this looks great,’ another added.
Earlier this year another mum turned her ramped and chaotic medicine cupboard into a functional, and magazine-worthy space
The drawers cost the mum about $40 at Kmart – and helped her tidy the whole space
Earlier this year another mum turned her ramped and chaotic medicine cupboard into a functional, and magazine-worthy space.
The mum posted incredible before and after photos to a popular Kmart Facebook group – revealing the impeccable $40 transformation of the cupboard ‘above the range hood’ she once loathed.
She simply bought bamboo drawers, labelled them and divided the medical supplies between them.
‘What a difference, yes I did throw our some out of date items but love the fact we can take out one box at a time, rather than take out one item and have everything else around it fall out,’ she said.
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