did your weekend fly by as fast as ours did?
we had the perfect weekend.
relaxed in park city, hung out with friends, and went to the most darling super bowl party.
way to go giants.
not only was it a great weekend, it was also a busy week.
lots to do for organizing.
i have a client in alpine that needed her kitchen pantry done.
she sent me these photos.
is it weird that these pictures make me so excited?
i got to work.
the hardest part about organizing is purging the spot.
cleaning it, and prepping for new move ins.
that doesn't mean you throw everything away.
it just means that the spot needs to be completely empty in order for things to be put back in better order.
this house was a big deal, but SO FUN!
purging, cleaning, arranging.
the finished product makes me so happy.
categorized shelves help with unloading groceries and cooking. SO much easier.
big baskets are used to store onions, potatoes, and bulk items.
we moved her dishes that were in a side cabinet in the main kitchen to the funky diagonal shelving.
this enables everyone to see all the dishes and not wonder what food is tucked deep.
her baking goods were put in cute wire baskets so she could pull them out all in one container.
one shelf was used for her appliances that are daily or weekly used.
the hidden shelving to the right help all paper and plastic goods that no one needs to see, but need to be easily accessible.
the "quick foods" were placed besides the fridge so her kids can have a good grab and go spot.
i usually put cereals in their own bins, but this family goes through cereal so quickly that it wasn't something my client wanted to do.
and that's cool.
appliances she rarely gets to were placed on the top of the pantry in order so she can see what she has instead of having them buried in dark places.
our give-away pile.
i rarely throw everything out.
we just find better places for things.
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have a great day!