Whole House Organization: Week 5
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Before emptying your pantry and cabinets locate a large open space to place things. A dining room table, a mudroom, a floor space that is out of the way are all great options. Next you'll need to:
NOTE: Make sure that you can complete this project within 7 days or less. If it lingers any longer than that you will run out of speed and abandon it.
RELATED POST: Small Pantry & Food Cabinet Organization
Now let's get to this Friday's Fix. In my previous post, I gave you a preview of an unused pantry that I'm working on with a client. As a reminder, below is the space we're working with.
For the life of me, I can't figure out why someone would put a laundry chute in a kitchen pantry. Yet this was the set up when the homeowner bought the house. Fortunately, this kitchen, although small, is equipped with two pantries. How fortunate for the homeowner! Since this smaller pantry wasn't getting much use, I suggested something fun.
Yep, you guessed it. Why not turn it into a coffee and tea bar?! The homeowner is an avid tea drinker and loved the idea. There are, of course, some obvious obstacles to this little vision of mine:
It's ambitious I know. The biggest challenge will be finding items to actually fit inside of the space without making it appear over stuffed. But I've got a few go-to solutions that I'm excited to see used in the space. Wish me the best!
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