Mum's perfectly organised home with personalised labelled pantry

How to set up the PERFECT home: Super organised mum reveals the secrets to her satisfying pantry and closets – from personalised labels to linen storage containers

  • A mother has offered a glimpse inside her immaculately organised home 
  • Hannah, from Queensland, has transformed her home using budget items 
  • She used containers, canisters, turntables, glass jars, cube shelves and baskets
  • She has joined the growing home organisation trend of decluttering every room 

A mother has offered a glimpse inside her immaculately organised home – complete with a perfectly labelled pantry, neatly stacked household items and shelves arranged based on categories.

Hannah, from Queensland, has transformed her home using budget items such as storage containers, canisters, turntables, glass jars, cube shelves and baskets.

She has joined the growing home organisation trend of decluttering every room so they would be easier to navigate for the whole family.

A mother has offered a glimpse inside her immaculately organised home – complete with perfectly aligned pantry staples with personalised food labels

Inside her storage rooms, she used an $85 shelving unit from Ikea and stored away all her everyday essentials, linen and household items inside white cubes and wire baskets

The Kmart and Ikea products Hannah used to organise her home

KITCHEN

Large Push Close Container: $8 

Medium Push Close Container: $7

Small Push Close Container: $6 

3.5L Push Close Container Tall: $10

3.9L Push Close Container – Large: $9 

Storage Turntable: $9

8 Preserving Jars – 120ml: $6

Pantry Labels: $3

STORAGE ROOMS

Stackable container with lid large: $10

Stackable container with lid medium: $8

Shelving unit: $85

Rectangular Wire Basket: $10

Clear Short Container with Lid: $7 

BATHROOM

3 tiered candy jar: $6.50

In her kitchen pantry, Hannah stored dried ingredients such as cereal, rice, pasta, flour and sugar in airtight food storage containers with personalised food labels.

She used 24 ‘preserving’ glass jars from Kmart to store her perfectly labelled herbs and spices.

At the bottom of the pantry, she used two storage turntables, which cost $9 each, to neatly hold all her condiments, oils, sauces and spreads.

Inside her storage rooms, she used an $85 shelving unit from Ikea and stored away all her everyday essentials, linen and household items inside white cubes and $10 rectangular wire baskets.

For her bathroom, she used a $6.50 three-tiered candy jar to store her makeup remover face pads, cotton buds and cotton balls.  

She used $7 see-through containers with lid to store colourful gel pens, felt tip pens, sharpies, pencils, crayons and chalk.

She used 24 preserving glass jars from Kmart to store her perfectly labelled herbs and spices

Inside her storage rooms, she stored away all her everyday essentials, linen and household items inside white cubes and $10 rectangular wire baskets

She used $7 see-through containers with lid to store colourful gel pens, felt tip pens, sharpies, pencils, crayons and chalk

For her bathroom, she used a $6.50 three-tiered candy jar to store her makeup remover face pads, cotton buds and cotton balls

After sharing her spectacular makeover in a Facebook group, hundreds were amazed to with her effort to keep every space in her home immaculately organised.

Many described her home as an ‘organising heaven’, ‘serious goals’ and ‘so satisfying’, while others joked it’s my kinda porn’. 

‘Omg, you could start a business helping people tidy. It looks awesome,’ one wrote.

Dozens of people asked Hannah if she could organise their homes.

‘Hannah you can come to my place to organise anytime, it is amazing,’ one said, while another added: ‘Wow this is amazing! Are you taking house bookings. I need this in my life.’

Source: Read Full Article