A flash of a supremely organized pantry hits the Internet in a frenzy, but not because of what you expect

Each of the containers had a Pretty Little Designs label on them that explained what was inside: cereal, cookies, cookies or nuts.

Renee Featherston renovated her butler's pantry using Kmart containers and jars, loading the incredibly clean result on Facebook.

Each of the containers had a Pretty Little Designs label on them explaining what was inside, whether it was cereal, cookies, crackers or nuts.

But the mothers were paralyzed by a particular box inside the pantry, which was said to be the solution, all for a staple dinner meal.

So, can you see what they were obsessing about?

Each of the containers had a Pretty Little Designs label on them that explained what was inside: cereal, cookies, cookies or nuts.

Each of the containers had a Pretty Little Designs label on them that explained what was inside: cereal, cookies, cookies or nuts.

The fettuccine and spaghetti containers in the upper left part of the pantry house the pasta in its full form.

The women were surprised that she could find an airtight jar large enough to fit, commenting that they usually had to split them in half, and they were anxious to know how much they were.

& # 39; GOD MY! Containers high enough to fit spaghetti without breaking it! (I'm a twister fork) what containers are these? & # 39; Said one of the women.

& # 39; GOD MY! Containers high enough to fit spaghetti without breaking it! (I'm a prankster) what containers are these? One of the ladies said

& # 39; GOD MY! Containers high enough to fit spaghetti without breaking it! (I'm a prankster) what containers are these? One of the ladies said

& # 39; GOD MY! Containers high enough to fit spaghetti without breaking it! (I'm a prankster) what containers are these? One of the ladies said

The concept of using jars to store your pantry products is not new, although it is aesthetically pleasing, but a common complaint is that there are many "leftover" ingredients that do not fit in the containers.

The concept of using jars to store your pantry products is not new, although it is aesthetically pleasing, but a common complaint is that there are many "leftover" ingredients that do not fit in the containers.

The concept of using jars to store your pantry products is not new, although it is aesthetically pleasing, but a common complaint is that there are many "leftover" ingredients that do not fit in the containers.

"Wow, can you fit all the pasta in there ?! Amazing, "added another.

The containers in question are 3.5-liter Kmart push containers for $ 10 per piece, and according to Renee they have kept their pasta fresh for months.

The concept of using jars to store your pantry products is not new, although it is aesthetically pleasing, but a common complaint is that there are many "leftover" ingredients that do not fit in the containers.

So, what do you do with them?

If you are trying to be environmentally friendly, using these jars and buying at bulk food stores is a good way to reduce your additional packaging.

If you are trying to be environmentally friendly, using these jars and buying at bulk food stores is a good way to reduce your additional packaging.

If you are trying to be environmentally friendly, using these jars and buying at bulk food stores is a good way to reduce your additional packaging.

"It's definitely overwhelming at first, but it's worth it, these are my recharge tubs, where I keep all the leftovers," he said, sharing an image of the space beneath their shelves.

If you are trying to be environmentally friendly, using these jars and buying at bulk food stores is a good way to reduce your additional packaging.

It also makes it a visual gift every time you enter the kitchen.

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