Mommy’s “impossibly” organized and neat kitchen cabinet envies thousands of tired parents

“That’s not a pantry, it’s a room”: Mum’s VERY organized kitchen is jealous of thousands of tired parents – as she reveals the budget tricks she used to make it

  • An Australian mom has put her incredible kitchen cabinet on Facebook
  • It features a number of black baskets, labeled storage containers, and jars
  • She has bought a number of containers from Big W, Kmart and House & Home
  • Parents expressed envy, saying it looked more like a “room” than a pantry

An organized Australian mom has become jealous of parents across the country after sharing her incredible pantry renovation complete with matching printed labels and perfectly aligned glass jars.

The Melbourne woman posted several photos of her huge pantry on a Facebook page of a dry ingredients organization with their own labels, chic baskets for snacks, and a row of appliances on marble countertops.

“I went to Big W for the plastic clip pots and black metal baskets, Kmart for the plastic baskets, bigger glass jars, spice rack, step boards and cutting board organizer, and House for the glass clip pots,” she wrote.

An organized Australian mom has become jealous of parents across the country after sharing her incredible kitchen cabinet on social media, complete with matching printed labels and perfectly aligned containers

An organized Australian mom has become jealous of parents across the country after sharing her incredible kitchen cabinet on social media, complete with matching printed labels and perfectly aligned containers

The Melbourne woman posted several photos of her recently refurbished pantry on a Facebook page of the dry ingredients organization with their own labels, package snack baskets, and a row of appliances on marble countertops

The Melbourne woman posted several photos of her recently refurbished pantry on a Facebook page of the dry ingredients organization with their own labels, package snack baskets, and a row of appliances on marble countertops

The Melbourne woman posted several photos of her recently refurbished pantry on a Facebook page of the dry ingredients organization with their own labels, package snack baskets, and a row of appliances on marble countertops

“I went to Big W for the plastic clip pots and black metal baskets, Kmart for the plastic baskets, bigger glass jars, spice rack, step boards and cutting board organizer, and House for the glass clip pots,” she said

The black printed labels were all ordered online from Lifestyle Labels and shipped to her home to set up the pots.

The photos caught the attention of thousands online, who said they were ‘exhausted’ just by looking at the pictures and asked how long the tidy pantry would last.

“I imagine royalty would have a pantry like this. I’m jealous, that pantry is bigger than my kitchen, ‘wrote one.

“Sorry, but that’s not a pantry, it’s a room. Looks so neat and tidy. Don’t let the man or children in, ”added another.

How did the pantry come together?

* From Kmart the woman bought plastic baskets, large glass jars, a spice rack, stair boards and a cutting board organizer.

* She visited Big W. for $ 5 plastic clip jars and black metal baskets.

* House provided her with glass clip jars.

* She bought for $ 200 Lifestyle labels for the kitchen, living room and bedroom.

The black printed labels were all ordered online from Lifestyle Labels and shipped to her home to set up the pots

The black printed labels were all ordered online from Lifestyle Labels and shipped to her home to set up the pots

The black printed labels were all ordered online from Lifestyle Labels and shipped to her home to set up the pots

The photos caught the attention of thousands online, who said they were 'exhausted' just by looking at the pictures and wondered how long the tidy pantry would stay like this

The photos caught the attention of thousands online, who said they were 'exhausted' just by looking at the pictures and wondered how long the tidy pantry would stay like this

The photos caught the attention of thousands online, who said they were ‘exhausted’ just by looking at the pictures and wondered how long the tidy pantry would stay like this

“The Kmart and Big W stuff wasn’t too expensive, it was between $ 5 and $ 12 for pots and baskets,” she said

The mom said she had most of the glass jars for sale for $ 5 and the rest of the items from budget stores.

“The stuff from Kmart and Big W wasn’t too expensive, it was between $ 5 and $ 12 for pots and baskets,” she said.

“Labels were pricey … about $ 200 in total, but I did my whole house, including a few other rooms. Definitely worth it. I have traveled to each store several times for more pots so it was spread out. ‘

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