How to recreate this Kardashian’s Instagram-famous pantry
John Lewis & Partners’ new collaboration with The Home Edit means you can recreate the brand’s viral storage looks at home.
Image: The Home Edit
The world doesn’t just look to the Kardashian sisters for the latest fashion and make up looks, they’ve also become interiors influencers in more recent years.
And while Kim’s vast walk-in fridge may have been the latest viral story from the family’s empire of lavish houses, it’s Khloe’s perfectly organised pantry which is the original Instagram sensation.
Undeniably, Khloe’s super organised space is pantry goals, but she had help in its creation. It’s actually the work of Joanna Teplin and Clea Shearer, founders of The Home Edit.
If you’d love your pantry to look like this, but don’t want to shell out for a celebrity home stylist, the good news is that Joanna and Clea have just launched their storage collection exclusively at John Lewis & Partners.
Image: John Lewis & Partners
The range consists of 19 pieces, including baskets, canisters and shelves, with printed labels so that you can keep your space in order. All the pieces are transparent plastic, meaning that you can always see when your supplies need topping up.
And, of course, it doesn’t need to be limited to the pantry. The Home Edit storage system works equally well for the bathroom, or even in children’s rooms for toy storage.
Image: John Lewis & Partners
The de-cluttering experts have also given their top tips to get started on a re-organisation project:
“If you are new to organising, start small…and we mean it. The biggest mistake is getting too ambitious without the right tools – it will just leave you overwhelmed. A single drawer is the best jumping-off point because it’s manageable and will give you your first big win. It’s all about staying motivated. Start with a smaller project, then take the confidence and knowledge you gain from that and apply it to a slightly larger project.”
“Editing is a crucial part of our methodology that allows you to fully access the space and the items it needs to accommodate. The first step is to remove everything from the space (and we mean everything). From there, group the items by category and pare them down to only the items you want or need, and purge the rest. With a pared-down supply, it’s easier to decide on a functional system that fits the space and your specific lifestyle.”
“The easiest way to maintain a space is by following the system on a daily basis. If you’ve done it right, you should have a system that works not only for the size of your space and amount of things but the function of that particular space. This means that any upkeep should be minimal and as simple as putting things back where they belong, or what we sometimes refer to as a “mini-edit” every few weeks.”
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