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Friday, September 28, 2012

Pantry Makeover Reveal

It's been a while! I have been so busy being a mommy, keeping up with my domestic duties and of course enjoying my new pantry that I have not had a chance to snap pictures. Our pantry has been finished for at least 6 months.  Some big changes have happened around here. The biggest being sending our youngest off to Kinder this year! Of course it was a bittersweet moment.  I will no longer have my little gal pal running around town with me for impromptu mani-pedi dates, lunches or shopping but I will have more time to dedicate to making my house look more like the model homes I dream of. Without further ado here is our brand new pantry...

I'm totally in love with it! It's so easy to maintain and everything is easily accessible. 
On the upper top left is a Vase that I found at HomeGoods that was damaged in the back. It was just perfect to glam up this space because nobody can see that there are a few glass tiles missing.  Inside  the vase I stuffed a feather duster that was just too pretty to clean with.  On the second shelf I have some airtight glass bottles that store my agave nectar, syrup and soy sauce. I found mine at Ross for $2.99 ea.  but have seen the exact same ones at Crate&Barrel for $4.95. To the right of the glass bottles I have a collection of Candy Jars that I found at an awesome divorce sale for a dollar a piece. On the third shelf I   have my flour, sugar, oats, rice and hot cocoa mix stored in the Anchor jars from Target. I think they were about $8.00 each for the four larger ones and about $6.00 for the smaller.  On the fourth shelf I have two Charlotte lined wire baskets on each end from Cost Plus World Market $12.99 ea. The center basket is from HomeGoods. It is a size in between World Markets Medium and Large baskets and was $12.99.  It fits in perfectly and you really cant tell it 's not from the same collection. On the fourth shelf I have a collection of Better Homes and Gardens Flip-Tite storage containers. I purchased two of the boxed 4 piece storage sets for $15.97 each and a few of the 2.7 liter containers that are sold separately. They are the perfect size to fit a whole box of cereal. These containers stack neatly onto one another and fit all kinds of snacks. I love them for things like wheat thins, Rice cakes, marshmallows, nuts craisins etc. On the very far right end of the fourth shelf I have a cute little Kvarnvik linen box that I found at Ikea for $7.99. It stores my bouillon cubes, cooking packet and dip mixes nicely. On the floor is a wine crate that I scored from BevMo for free!  I use it to hold all the pouch lunch drinks. As you enter the pantry there is a chalkboard that I made from a cute $1.00 frame that I got from my favorite newly divorced couple. It had a lot of detail but was ugly and dusty. I gave it a glam makeover and Voila!
No Clutter here! On the top shelf sitting next to the Pellegrino are two penny jars from Target $4.99 each. I use one to store tea bags and the other for drink mix packets. They had a cheap little plastic knob but I replaced them with some cute knobs that I ordered off eBay. In the corner of the shelves I have a double tier lazy susan that I found long ago on clearance at Walmart for about $3 each. I didn't need them when I purchased them and just saved them for a rainy day. They work perfect for my canned goods and I don't have to dig around to find anything any more! 



I now use my aborable Charlotte Lined Wire Basket from World Market $24.99 to hold all of the kids bagged lunch chips.  I had a stockpile of cake / bake mixes that I did not realize I had... What can I say? We like to celebrate in our house! I had been eyeing this basket at Target and happened to stumble upon it at Goodwill of all places.  It was unraveling a bit but was brand new with tags. It retails for $39.99 and I got it for $12.99. My glue gun fixed the unraveling and I was lucky enough to score this awesome basket. 

My favorite part of the pantry is the faux wallpaper stencil painting.  It was quite a bit of work but I am so glad I did it. My pantry looks so glam now!

7 comments:

  1. I love how it turned out. It is so organized!

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  2. This is so beautiful and I think I now know what to do in my pantry. My shelves go straight across and are deep. The storage is nice, but not terrible accessible. Easy to accumulate and then not even know what is in there. Lovely job you've done.

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  3. Wow! It does look glamorous! I love the wallpaper and the neat containers. It looks light and organized and ... yes, glamorous! Love it!

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  4. looks great! I have just started collecting the BHG containers. I LOVE them! your paint job is awesome too!

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  5. Your pantry looks great and those baskets are super cute! I've got this linked to my post on pantries too today, you've sure done a great job with yours!

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  6. This looks so pretty, by far the nicest pantry I have seen around;)
    Thank you for sharing!
    You have a new follower now;)
    Please visit my blog too, if you like;)
    Love from Germany...

    http://pudel-design.blogspot.de/

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  7. Please let me know how you did the stencils? I'm interested in doing something very similar. mrsnball@yahoo.com

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