A well-organised and functional pantry, one that displays everything in a neat and ordered fashion, is something many aspire to.
And while tackling this job isn’t one anyone relishes, one woman has revealed it’s possible to create a streamlined space – using Kmart containers and a labelling machine.
Sharing the results of her handiwork, Samantha Baynes recently posted photos of her supremely well-organised pantry to a popular mother’s Facebook group.
And while the alphabetised spices and condiments look pretty, some eagle-eyed viewers have noticed one tiny error.
What makes this pantry so outstanding is that the woman who created it, Samantha Baynes took the time to make sure her spices are labelled and arranged alphabetically
While every spice meticulously follows the next in boxes, some have spotted that there is one alphabetical mistake.
Bay leaves should come after baking powder if you are correctly following the alphabetical order.
One woman has revealed that its possible to create an incredibly streamlined space – using cheap containers from Kmart and a labelling machine
The woman’s post has generated a flurry of interest from others online coveting similarly organised cupboards, however, Ms Baynes revealed the process wasn’t quick.
‘It’s been so un-organised so so long [sic], this took days to group and label, lol its become my happy place in the house,’ she wrote on her post.
‘So much OCD haha. Just happy the spices aren’t all over the place like they were before, can actually find everything.’
Taking organisation to new levels: As well labelling all her spices and condiments, everything else that is loose has been boxed and labelled too
As well as organising spices and condiments, Ms Baynes created a place to keep all those things that tend to end up creating clutter
Although Ms Baynes hasn’t said exactly how much she spent all together, she did reveal she spent $70 on containers for her spice storage.
Commenting on the super-streamlined space, one woman Bronwyn declared Ms Baynes’ perfect layout ‘pantry heaven’.
‘Just love it. I can see a run on those containers now, Kmart better stock up,’ she added.
‘This makes my heart happy. I need this level of organisation in my life!!’ wrote another member, Jessie.
A third, Taryn added: ‘Oh my goodness the OCD in me just did backflips love it wish I actually had the space to do this.’
Bringing together a mix of pastel-hues including pink, lavender, blue and yellow, Ms Federico created a space that was entirely colour-coordinated
Adelaide blogger Iryna Federico used matching jars and bottles to create clean lines
Previously, others have also shown how they’ve organised their kitchen spaces to perfection.
Adelaide blogger, Iryna Federico, set the Internet ablaze last year after she shared photos of her incredibly pretty pastel-coloured pantry.
Bringing together a mix of pastel-hues including pink, lavender, blue and yellow, Ms Federico created a space that was entirely colour-coordinated.
She revealed her dream kitchen – one that’s also well-arranged – took two years to complete and cost $2,855.
The blogger said although she worked with a builder to design the room, she explained she ‘hacked’ homewares from IKEA, Costco and Kmart in order to keep her expenses down.