If you were amazed at how (seriously, those Oreos have a Tetris-meets-M.C. Escher quality to them), just wait until you see how she organizes the rest of her cabinets.
In a , the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star takes you on a tour of her walk-in pantry, revealing all of the foods she has on hand at all times — and how she keeps it all looking worthy of its own museum exhibit.
"As you could tell, I like containers," she says in the clip ( ), as she introduces wall-to-wall rows of treats in clear plastic jars. "I like things to all kind of look the same and have some kind of fluid flow to it."
While you may not have the square footage—or time, energy and patience—to recreate Kardashian's pantry, there are a few takeaways you can borrow for your own home.
1. Think outside the box.
Kardashian buys the same container for each type of food — she swears by to hold her Frosted Flakes and Mini Wheats, for example — so that each area looks uniform, and it's easier to remember what goes where. All different kinds of plastic containers jammed together can look just as jumbled as a dozen half-opened boxes.
"I find a ton of really cool things at yard sales all the time, so you don't have to spend a lot of money in order to organize," she says. (This, of course, begets a burning question: Why haven't we ever seen Kardashian rummaging through "everything's a quarter" bins in people's front lawns on TV?)
She also takes pre-portioned snack packs, like Nilla Wafers, Hostess Cupcakes and Gushers — yes, Gushers, — out of their cardboard boxes and into clear cylindrical containers, so you can easily survey your options with laser-like precision, grab one and dash out the door to your puppy baptism or private jet to Martha's Vineyard. Or okay, to your coffee date at the Starbucks next to the mall.
2. Give everyone their own secret stash.
Bags of chips, pretzels and other flimsy packages are corralled in labeled baskets, so they don't form messy piles — and later, clutter avalanches.
Kardashian recommends designating a basket for each family member, where they can store their favorite snacks. It's especially handy if you live with a Tasmanian Devil, who has a tendency to tear through everything in the kitchen to get to the pita chips.
3. Have a back-up plan (err, bin).
Even when you get those plastic containers, what do you do when you inevitably have more Lucky Charms than will fit in the jar? You don't want to throw the extra food away, but keeping an extra, quarter-full bag next to the container pretty much defeats the purpose of having them.
Kardashian's got you. She keeps an overflow bin, where she stores bags of extra snacks, all clipped shut, on the bottom shelf of the pantry.
To see the video for yourself, you'll have to . But, if you find incredibly organized things and the day-to-day details of Khloe's life oddly soothing to watch, the expense may be well worth it.
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