Renei Koko Reveals Her Spectacular Pantry Makeover With Budget Buys From Kmart

Organization Queen Reveals Her Pantry Makeover With Budget Buys From Kmart — And Lists The EXACT Items She Used To Do It

  • A woman gave a peek into her perfectly organized pantry
  • Renei Koko, from Queensland, shared a TikTok video featuring an enviable closet
  • The 29-year-old revealed her two-day pantry makeover after spending just $285

A woman has given a peek inside her perfectly organized pantry — complete with perfectly labeled containers, neatly stacked spice jars, and shelves arranged by category.

Renei Koko, from Brisbane, Queensland, shared a now viral TikTok video showcases her enviable kitchen cabinet, with rows upon rows of glass jerry cans, each with its own label.

The 29-year-old — who is a full-time office worker — revealed her two-day pantry makeover after spending just $285 on Kmart kitchen storage products.

“I’m so happy, I get so much work to see it every day,” Renei told Daily Mail Australia.

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Renei Koko has given a peek inside her perfectly organized pantry - complete with perfectly labeled containers, neatly stacked spice jars and shelves arranged according to categories

Before and after: Renei Koko has given a peek inside her perfectly organized pantry — complete with perfectly labeled containers, neatly stacked spice jars, and shelves arranged by category

What did she buy for her pantry?

Tall Grain Containers: $8 x 4 = $32

4L glass jar with lid: $12 x 2 = $24

3L glass jar with lid: $10 x 2 = $20

2 liter glass jar with lid: $7 x 3 = $21

1.5 liter glass jar with lid: $5 x 12 = $60

Large glass canister: $6 x 3 = $18 $

2-pack mini glass canisters: $4 x 6 = $24

Pantry Labels: $3

Bamboo spice rack: $10

Bamboo tray: $10 x 2 = $20

Snack Storage Tub: $5 x 6 = $30

Pull Out Drawer Slide Organizer: $25 x 2 = $50

Total: $285 at Kmart

The three-minute video shows Renei washing all glass cans and lids thoroughly before placing them on the counter to dry.

After the storage containers dried, she began filling each jar with staples, including pasta, rice, sugar, cocoa, flour, baking soda, nuts, and seeds.

She filled the larger canisters with coffee and tea bags, while the small jars were used to hold 24 different herbs and spices.

One of her favorite products was the $25 slide-out drawer organizer, which she used to store all of her family’s snacks in one go.

“It’s definitely a game changer. I love that it can be taken out and that I don’t have to bend over to see what’s in the back – everything is accessible and functional and they are so cheap and affordable,” she told the Daily Mail Australia.

Renei said she stores excess supplies in two baskets, which are on the bottom shelf, while canned foods are kept in the white baskets with lids.

Before the transformation, she already had items from Kmart — including the $12 LED bulb with sensor and the rattan baskets.

One of her favorite products was the $25 slide-out drawer organizer, which she used to store all of her family's snacks in one go.

One of her favorite products was the $25

One of her favorite products was the $25 “game-changing” slide-out drawer organizer, which she used to store all of her family’s snacks in one go.

After the storage containers dried, she began filling each jar with staples, including pasta, rice, sugar, cocoa, flour, baking soda, nuts, and seeds.

After the storage containers dried, she began filling each jar with staples, including pasta, rice, sugar, cocoa, flour, baking soda, nuts, and seeds.

After the storage containers dried, she began filling each jar with staples, including pasta, rice, sugar, cocoa, flour, baking soda, nuts, and seeds.

Renei said she decided to make the video in hopes that her pantry makeover would inspire others to do the same with their kitchen.

Renei said she decided to make the video in hopes that her pantry makeover would inspire others to do the same with their kitchen.

Renei said she decided to make the video in hopes that her pantry makeover would inspire others to do the same with their kitchen.

Renei said she decided to make the video in hopes that her pantry makeover would inspire others to do the same with their kitchen.

“I’ve always had something to do with organization,” she said.

“I was inspired to deliver a great end result and inspire people as others have inspired me. I also wanted to let people know that you can get the ‘expensive look’ at an affordable price with products from budget stores.”

Her video has since been viewed more than three million times, with many describing her “dream” pantry as “satisfying” and “stock goals.”

“This video was more than satisfying to watch, it was really relaxing for me. I’m happy for you, your hard work looks absolutely amazing,” one wrote.

While another added, “The buzz of happiness that came over me when the pantry lights came on.”

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