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I’m Lovin’ It – Kitchen Pantry Makeover

Welcome to the Party!!

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I‘m such a sucker for a good makeover AND good organization!

When I saw Shelley’s amazing pantry makeover it was instantly love at first sight!

I read EVERY single word, just soaking it all in. You see, not only did Shelley do a beautiful transformation with her pantry, but she shares almost EVERY last detail of what she did, how she did it, where she got it and how she uses it!!


She used this small tin, from IKEA for about $2.00… to hold all of her spice packets.

{Love this tip}

*Keep things you use OFTEN at eye level, for easy use!
Shelley says the things you use EVERYDAY should be easy to access.
Try to label things and make sure that it all makes sense.
If you have noodles in one area… then your sauce should be it’s sidekick! :)

She suggests that you keep heavy, less used, clutter prone items down low.
Aren’t these boxes GREAT?! ?

Things like her large bottle of oil, vinegars, soy sauce, season salt… and such are stored low, and hidden.

The quatrefoil design—–incredible don’t you think?! ?

Need great vinyl labels for your pantry?

You’re in luck! Shelley sells them here

I LOVE that she shows us that……..

“things will stay in their place,
and your pantry will turn into a space that can FUNCTION
instead of a place you put food ‘n JUNK IN.

Be sure to pop over to House of Smith’s to see everything Shelley did with her pantry! While you’re there, browse around for a while, you will fall in love with all of her ideas like I did!!

Thanks for letting me share Shelley!!

NOTICE: Be sure to check back in here at TidyMom on Monday for a huge giveaway I’ll be announcing!<
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A self-proclaimed neat freak, Cheryl chronicles her journey through homemaking on her blog, TidyMom.net, where she shares recipes, tutorials, crafting and her ever-growing love for photography. This St. Louis mom juggles her passion for life, her daughters and her tiger-loving husband, all while her obsession with tidiness cleans up the trail blazed behind her. Google+

Comments

  1. 51
    Sandy (Your life, organized) says:

    So Very Awesome!!

    http://www.aboutone.com
    Helping you store what matters most!

  2. 52
    Sandy (Your life, organized) says:

    So Very Awesome!!

    http://www.aboutone.com
    Helping you store what matters most!

  3. 53
    ballgirl13 says:

    I totally have pantry envy…

  4. 54
    ballgirl13 says:

    I totally have pantry envy…

  5. 55
    The Coupon Goddess says:

    I LOVE it!! You've completely inspired me to do a pantry makeover. It soooo needs it too! The whole post is so practical and makes so much sense. Just totally inspired!

    Melanie
    http://www.thecoupongoddess.com

  6. 56
    The Coupon Goddess says:

    I LOVE it!! You've completely inspired me to do a pantry makeover. It soooo needs it too! The whole post is so practical and makes so much sense. Just totally inspired!

    Melanie
    http://www.thecoupongoddess.com

  7. 57

    I love the Spice Packet tin idea and I love Love LOVE the vintage boxes for recycling. Cuuuuute. Thanks for sharing.

  8. 58

    I love the Spice Packet tin idea and I love Love LOVE the vintage boxes for recycling. Cuuuuute. Thanks for sharing.

  9. 59

    Absolutely terrific. I love what Shelley did. I’m headed there next. Thanks for sharing!!!!

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