Peek Inside Mandy Moore’s Ultra-Organized Pantry
You have to see how the organizing gurus at the Home Edit made over the star's space.
You may have already spotted that Mandy Moore is in the midst of a complete home renovation, offering up sneak peeks on Instagram of the drop dead gorgeous decor, courtesy of designer Sarah Sherman Samuel. But this time around, we’re getting a glimpse at her pantry, and the incredibly organized space is seriously inspiring.
Working with the organizing geniuses over at the Home Edit (one of our favorite professional organizing teams), the actress now has a Pinterest-worthy pantry. The Home Edit shared the big reveal moment on Instagram, showing Moore walking into the pantry, mouth open in wonder, and then dramatically falling on the floor. And if this were our pantry, honestly, we’d probably do the same. Originally posted as part of the company’s Instagram story, they later uploaded the short video to their account. In the caption, the Home Edit team writes: “@mandymooremm is one of our favorite people of all time, and her pantry is one of our favorite pantries of all time. We want to keep visiting both!”
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From the brief look at the pantry, there are several brilliant organizing ideas we spotted right away and can start using in our own homes. One row is dedicated entirely to dry foods stored in baskets, while the next row shows off the lazy susan trick for organizing spices and bottles: Keep spices and condiments stored on a turntable so you can simply spin it around when you’re looking for a specific ingredient. Commonly used appliances, like a KitchenAid mixer, are stashed where they’re easy to grab. Stock the bottom shelf with non-persishable staples you reach for often. We noticed that Moore's holds a seemingly endless supply of sparkling water.
For even more star-studded organizing ideas, follow the Home Edit on Instagram. They also recently worked with Lauren Conrad on a pantry project, and they taught us the best way to store jewelry in the December 2017 issue of Real Simple.