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Perth mum shares dream pantry complete with colour coded cereals and matching containers with labels

A super-organised mother has offered a glimpse inside her immaculate pantry – complete with colour coded items, customised labels and perfectly aligned food containers.

Jessica, from Perth, created her dream kitchen using budget items such as stackable drawers, food canisters, storage cubes, and matching containers with lids.

To make her epic pantry easier to navigate for her family, she organised items based on categories, labelled every container and used a three-tier rack to neatly stack glass jars, tinned foods and breakfast spreads, while cereal boxes are colour coded.

‘The pantry is laid out in such a way that the kids can easily access things they need for breakfast, sandwiches and snacks as we are trying to promote self help skills,’ she wrote in a Facebook group.

Super-organised mother Jessica, from Perth, offered a glimpse inside her immaculate pantry – complete with colour coded items, customised labels and perfectly aligned food containers

She used a three-tier rack to neatly stack glass jars, tinned foods and breakfast spreads, while cereal boxes are colour coded

She used a three-tier rack to neatly stack glass jars, tinned foods and breakfast spreads, while cereal boxes are colour coded

What items were used? 

KMART

Stackable Drawer: $8

Storage container with lid: $7 

Wooden letter signs 

TARGET

Modular kitchen storage canisters: 1000ml ($4), 1500 ($5), 2000ml ($6) 

BUNNINGS

Fabric storage cubes: $4.99

CRICUT

Label maker and vinyl

‘I finally finished re-organising my pantry and thought I would share it with you all including where each item is from.’ 

On her top shelf, she used $8 stackable drawers from Kmart to categorise her baking items and first aid essentials, with labels ranging from: Cookie cutters, cake decorating and coffee pods to asthma and allergy medications and band aids.

‘I just put coloured card inside the drawers,’ she explained.

From the second shelf down, she used a variety of clear food canisters from Target, with prices ranging from $4 to $6.

‘The clear containers come in five sizes and I have used all of the sizes except for the smallest,’ she explained.

The next two shelves, she used six containers with lids from Kmart to store items such as snacks, meal bases, root vegetables like potatoes, cooking oils, kids snacks, and pet food.

She attached each tub with customised wooden letter signs using hot glue.

On the bottom floor, she used $4.99 fabric storage cubes from Bunnings.

‘I have used the cubes to hide ugly things such as soft drink cans, lunch bags, shopping bags and Christmas baking and dining,’ Jessica added.

The mother created her dream kitchen using budget items such as stackable drawers, food canisters, storage cubes, and matching containers with lids

The mother created her dream kitchen using budget items such as stackable drawers, food canisters, storage cubes, and matching containers with lids

The next two shelves, she used white containers with lids to store items such as snacks, meal bases and root vegetables like potatoes (bottom shelf) while the middle shelf contains a variety of clear food canisters she used to store ingredients such as sugar, pasta, and flour

The next two shelves, she used white containers with lids to store items such as snacks, meal bases and root vegetables like potatoes (bottom shelf) while the middle shelf contains a variety of clear food canisters she used to store ingredients such as sugar, pasta, and flour

On her top shelf, she used $8 stackable drawers from Kmart to categorise her baking items and first aid essentials while on the bottom floor, she used $4.99 storage cubes from Bunnings

On her top shelf, she used $8 stackable drawers from Kmart to categorise her baking items and first aid essentials while on the bottom floor, she used $4.99 storage cubes from Bunnings

Her post has since been liked more than 400 times, with many saying they now feel inspired to re-organise their own pantry.

Many described her space as ‘satisfying’, ‘pantry goals’ and ‘absolutely amazing’, while others offered to pay the mother so she could re-organise their own pantry.

‘I love viewing this stuff always so aesthetically pleasing on the eyes,’ one wrote,’ while another said: ‘It’s actually so nice to see the cereals aren’t in containers! Love love love your pantry.’

While one woman added: ‘I have pantry envy right now.’


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