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If you’re like us, you’re obsessed with all of those tidying and organising shows: Get Organised, Tidying up with Marie Kondo, The Minimalists, etc.
Or, perhaps you spend hours scrolling through Pinterest, drooling over all the carefully categorised pantries and wondering why yours never looks the same?
Thanks to the Instagram influencer @Cleanorganisedmumma, you’re about to get the pantry you’ve always dreamed of.
Instagram mom-blogger Jessica Dowle is well-known on the app for her cleaning and organising hacks and relatable posts about the realities of being a busy mum.
The helpful hints have earned Jess 29,000 followers and hundreds of likes on everything she posts.
Jess showed us exactly how she organises her pantry in her latest post, suggesting you start with a clean, empty space.
She then uses the Temple and Webster 4 Piece Ecology Pantry Square Glass Canister with Bamboo Lid Set to store essentials like pasta, rice and sugar.
She recommends writing the expiry date on a discreet sticker at the back and use a label marker to clearly label each container.
Jess uses the Temple and Webster White Yamazaki Metal & Wood Storage Basket to store bulkier items such as cans, condiments and sauces.
“Our pantry is now functional while also maintaining some style with the bamboo and white combo,” she posted.
Commentators were overwhelmingly positive.
“So pretty," one said.
“Love the glow up! Containers look like they’re super good quality,” wrote another.
“They say change is as good as a holiday,” enthused a third.
Temple & Webster organising picks
We’ve rounded up some of the best kitchen organisation #househack worthy items from lush furniture megastore, Temple & Webster.
These containers are perfect for any sort of household organisation.
The set has a 2L canister, a 1.5L canister, a 1.1L canister and an 800ml canister.
The different heights mean you don’t have to bother with a tiered stand.
They’re stackable and have an airtight close.
The other product shown in Jess’s video is this Japanese-style metal basket.
The handle on one side makes it both easy to store and easy to grab.
The sleek white and pine colour combo will look fantastic in your pantry.
This bamboo spice rack can store up to 16 of your favourite spices.
The innovative overlapping design and lazy Susan base means it takes up minimal precious real estate while still being easy to use.
Perfect for freeing up pantry space or even as a trendy conversation piece on your bench.
Sometimes you move into a house where the kitchen simply does not have enough storage.
Whether you’re in an apartment building or the kitchen is just tiny, you are in dire need of an extra cupboard or two.
This portable cart is your answer!
The wheels unlock to quickly move it out of the way when needed.
It’s got three roomy baskets and a top shelf for storage or a decorative piece.
The baskets collapse and have a bottom plastic sheet for tall items.
Sometimes you don’t need a new fancy gadget, bucket or container.
You just need something to work with what you’ve got.
These simple drawer organisers come in a pack of two and add structure to a cluttered kitchen drawer.
They’re extendable and adjustable to any size drawer.
They are easy to move around, so you can continue using them even as you reorganise again and again.
If you don’t have a dishwasher, you may be sick to death of wet dishes taking up your bench.
This two-tier tower dish rack gives you a space-saving solution.
The slimline design can hold a surprising amount of dishes.
The corrugated bottom is designed for excess water to drop off any dishes and flow right back into the sink, saving you mess.
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