Felicity Meredith is 26 and she has 25,000 Instagram followers. Unlike many influencers her age, Fliss didn’t go on MAFS or The Bachelor. She is, however, very organised.
And gosh she’s clever about it.
When Fliss was unable to find a wooden spice rack that suited the sleek aesthetic of her pantry, she took matters into her own hands.
The Perth-based influencer purchased six “Large & Wide Bamboo Drawer Tidy” boxes from Kmart, turned them upside down, and tiered them into the sleekest spice rack that ever was.
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Finally finished my pantry makeover this weekend ???? I’m so in love! I’m so happy I decided to go with white containers and white labels this time ???? pictured here are our 3 main shelves in our pantry. We also have another 2 shelves not pictured (one at very top and one at very bottom) so I took some full length shots and will share those shortly too. ???? The items I used in my pantry makeover are: White containers – Denny range in sizes 1L, 1.7L and 2.3L from @kitchenwarehouse Container labels – Font 17 @pretty.little.designs Oil Bottles & Labels – Font Tulip @pretty.little.designs Salt & Pepper cannisters – @kmartaus Spice rack – DIY made from @kmartaus Bamboo drawers Spice jars and labels – size 75ml in Font 13 @little_label_co Plates, bowls and mug – @ecologyhomewares Electric salt and Pepper mills – @aldiaustralia White baskets – @ikea_australia • • • • • • • #styledbyfliss #collab #interiordecor #homewares #homedecor #interiors #pocketofmyhome #interiors123 #interiorsinspiration #interiorinspo #homestyling #interior #interior4all #interiordesign #mynordicroom #nordicliving #designinterior #whitehouse #realhomesofinstagram #instahome #konmari #minimalism #scandinavian #mariekondo #declutter #kmartaus #pantryorganization #organization #pantry #productstylist
Fliss stacked the boxes by putting three on the bottom, two on top of the bottom, and one at the back of the top level.
Speaking to Mamamia, Fliss said she has always been obsessed with organisation.
“My motivation for having an organised home comes from always loving organising and decorating. My partner and I are both pretty busy and are home bodies, we find that by having systems in place to keep our home organised saves us time and allows us to spend more of our down time enjoying our home and with our rescue kitten, Frankii,” she told Mamamia.
With regard to the time it takes to achieve peak organisation, Fliss says it saves time in the long run.
“Although it does take time to initially organise a space, it only takes us a few minutes to unpack our weekly groceries into containers or put away in the designated area. We find this is a huge time saver when we are looking for something and meal planning. We can easily see what items we are running low on and don’t overbuy because we can see everything we have,” she told Mamamia.