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Australian mother-of-five uses budget items to create her dream kitchen pantry

An Australian mother-of-five has offered a glimpse inside her incredibly neat and tidy pantry, which she arranged using affordable containers and labels.

Kerry created her ultimate walk in butler's pantry for her family-of-seven after their home renovation was completed.

The kitchen space features perfectly aligned storage containers, personalised food labels and items placed in its own categories, ranging from canned goods to pastas and grains of all shapes and sizes. 

Posting images to the Mums Who Organise Facebook group, Kerry said she's only recently organised the pantry after a home renovation was completed

'It turned out exactly how I envisioned it two and a half years ago, now all I'm waiting on is the butler to appear,' she captioned the social media post

'It turned out exactly how I envisioned it two and a half years ago, now all I'm waiting on is the butler to appear,' she wrote in Mums Who Organise Facebook group. 

The kitchen is 3.2m long by 2.4m wide and the storage containers are from several different stores including Kmart, Big W, Woolworths, Cheap as Chips and IKEA. 

The pantry has been arranged into different categories on separate shelves, including pasta, oils and vinegar, cereal, spreads, breakfast, bread, snacks and spices.

One unique container that seemed to capture the attention of others online was the $29 cereal dispensers on the kitchen bench besides the toaster.

Kelly also made each label herself using a Silhouette Cameo label maker, which likely would have been a time consuming process.

The pantry seems to be arranged into different categories on separate shelves, including pasta, oils and vinegar, cereal, spreads, breakfast food, bread, snacks and spices

Kelly also made each label herself using a Silhouette Cameo label maker, which likely would've been a time consuming process 

'The used by date is written on the bottom of the container in a liquid chalk pen that doesn't wipe off unless it gets wet,' Kelly said.

'The cabinets are from IKEA, the benchtops are from Bunnings Warehouse and the flooring is from Solomons Flooring Trendtime Six.'

The kitchen was also designed with enough space to fit a sink and designated areas for kitchen appliances. 

The kitchen itself is 3.2m long by 2.4m wide and the storage containers are from several different stores including Kmart, Big W, Woolworths, Cheap as Chips and IKEA

'The used by date is written on the bottom of the container in a liquid chalk pen that doesn't wipe off unless it gets wet,' Kelly said

After sharing the images online, the post was 'liked' more than 4,900 times by others who admired the kitchen space.

'Loving the labels and cereal dispenser,' one person wrote, another added: 'You've done an amazing job!'

'Wow! Next level amazing!! Well done,' a third added.

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