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Mum reveals how she de-cluttered her butler's pantry and turned it into a streamlined space

A mother with an eye for interior design has revealed how she de-cluttered her pantry and turned it into a streamlined space on a tight budget.

The Australian woman posted on Facebook, where she explained that by tidying up and re-organising her pantry, she now gets to enjoy a 'much more functional and stylish' space.

Sharing before and after photos, the woman revealed how Kmart, IKEA and Aldi items were instrumental in improving the look and feel of her room.

BEFORE: A mother with an eye for interior design has revealed how she de-cluttered her butler's pantry and turned it into a streamlined space on a tight budget

AFTER: The woman posted on Facebook, where she explained that by tidying up and re-organising her pantry, she now gets to enjoy a 'much more functional and stylish' space

'A massive thank you to everyone who gave me great advice on de-cluttering my butler's pantry,' the woman called Rebecca posted.

'Here are some TLC and organising tips and now the space is much more functional and stylish.'

A butler's pantry is basically a kitchen within a kitchen that allows preparation and for you to clean up after meals without actually dirtying your main kitchen.

Rebecca said she used lazy Susans from Kmart as a way to easily access highly used jars placed in front of each other.

'I also put labels from Pretty Pantry Labels on my cooking supplies,' the busy mum said.

Having labels on everything from flour to sugar, pasta and rice means Rebecca can quickly and easily see where each item in her home is.

The woman chose an on-trend pastel pink colour for her pantry makeover, spray painting many of her appliances that weren't already pink

She also used $3.99 trays from IKEA (pictured_ for organising things like coffee pods at home

What are the budget items Rebecca swears by?

1. Kmart Lazy Susans

2. Pretty Pantry Labels labels

3. IKEA pink tubs

4. Kmart and Harris Scarfe jars

5. Kmart clear containers 

The mum also swears by $3.99 pink tubs from IKEA for organising things like coffee and tea bags, as well as jars from Kmart and Harrie Scarfe.

To ensure that her home was uniform and all matching, the woman said that she spray painted both her Thermomix and her ALDI coffee machine pink.

'I also bought clear containers from Kmart for bread, snacks and onion and potatoes,' Rebecca said.

Rebecca said she bought jars from Kmart and Harris Scarfe to organise various different food items so she could always see them

Thousands online were impressed with the pantry transformation, writing that she has improved the space by '100 per cent' (pictured after)

Thousands online were impressed with the pantry transformation, writing that she has improved the space by '100 per cent'.

'Amazing transformation!' one person wrote.

'Looks absolutely beautiful. Great job, you must be very happy with the change,' another added.

Some asked where she puts any of the leftover food that can't be fit into jars, and Rebecca said she has soft containers from IKEA that she keeps in the cupboards below and fills with any remaining food.

Others praised her choice of pink for her appliances - saying it's a 'very on-trend' shade to go for this year.

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