After splurging $7.3 million on her family’s new Melbourne home, Bec Judd is clearly sparing no expense when it comes to decking out the Brighton mansion.
Taking to Instagram on Thursday, the 36-year-old TV presenter shared a photo and videos of her highly organised kitchen pantry after hiring a company to tidy it up.
‘Guys, I wanted to show you my new pantry. How good…’ she’s heard saying in a video, as she swings open the sleek grey doors, which feature brushed gold handles.
Before and after: Bec Judd has proudly shown off her pantry’s makeover, with everything now labelled and in tubs and containers. The pantry is pictured on the left, before the makeover, and on the right, after she hired a company to tidy it up
Clean up: Bec enlisted the help of Melbourne-based company TIDEE , a ‘home organising business, with a passion for decluttering and simplifying your living space’. Pictured with twin sons Tom and Darcy
Sorted: The pantry features a secret snack drawer packed with sweet and savoury treats
She continued: ‘The pantry angels from TIDEE came over and, I guess, organised everything.’
Bec enlisted the help of Melbourne-based company TIDEE, a ‘home organising business, with a passion for decluttering and simplifying your living space’.
Sharing before and after photos, Bec proudly showed off her pantry’s makeover, with everything now labelled and in tubs and containers.
‘One of my wishes was that I didn’t want to decant every single thing, because I’m busy, and it’s just not practical in our family,’ she explained.
‘So, what that meant was, we’d decant these sorts of things (sugar, bread crumbs), as we would anyway, but then everything else just goes straight in these tubs.’
She then talked her followers through the layout of her newly organised pantry, explaining what goes where.
Organised! The pantry features perfectly labelled containers and a turntable for breakfast spreads
Spice it up: Bec also showed off her highly organised snacks drawer, spice cabinet and medicine cupboard
‘We’ve got a baked goods tub, fruits and nuts, pastas at the back, rices, Mexican, cereals with the spares at the back. We’ve got this [turntable] for our spreads,’ she said.
‘We’ve got a whole basket for our bread, because one bread bin was never enough.’
And it wasn’t just the pantry that was given a tidy up, with Bec showing off her highly organised snacks drawer, spice cabinet and medicine cupboard.
‘All the teabags have been put in these [jars]. I have a peppermint tea every night. And all of our [coffee] beans are in here… and it’s just above the coffee machine. Perfect!’ she said
Getting organised: Everything was organised into containers and tubs, and clearly labelled for easy finding
‘Check out my snacks drawer now. How good is that!’ she excitedly declared, adding, ‘And I almost forgot, here is our spices, tins and sauce pull-out cabinet, which before just had plastics in it. This is much more practical!’
The mum-of-four also showed off the family’s ‘coffee and tea cupboard’, which houses mugs, teapots, teabags and coffee beans.
‘All the teabags have been put in these [jars]. I have a peppermint tea every night. And all of our [coffee] beans are in here… and it’s just above the coffee machine. Perfect!’ she said.
Back in June, Bec shared a picture of her very disorganised pantry.
In an Instagram story shared by the model, the contents of the cupboard were revealed and included open packets of pasta, ripped food boxes and huge stacks of half-used vitamins.
The luxe life: Bec and her husband Chris have been renovating their new $7.3 million mansion all year
The pantry appeared to be a scene of unorganised chaos, as the shelves that lined the walls were stacked with an array of messy boxes and food packets.
Half-used vitamins including food supplements such as Activated Nutrients and Sambucol, used to boost the immune system, were piled on top of each other.
Open packets of pasta were thrown in among a number of sugary condiments and cereal boxes, while discarded bottles lined the floor and bottom shelves.