This Pinay's Immaculately Organized Pantry Is #Goals

Even neat freaks would be jealous!

When Marie Kondo's Tidying Up With Marie Kondo premiered on Netflix in early 2019, the organizing consultant's methods and philosophy about keeping clean seemed to inspire nearly everyone to start decluttering and reorganizing their homes, but the task is no easy feat.

Perhaps one of the hardest places in the house to keep clean is the kitchen, especially as food is constantly coming in and out. If you're currently struggling with keeping your kitchen neat, we found some local inspiration: A Pinay named Lorelin Feliciano-Sia shared photos of her immaculately organized pantry through a Facebook post and it'll make you want to tidy up ASAP!

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As of writing, the post has over 11,000 shares on the platform and it's hard not to be inspired by Feliciano-Sia's commitment to keeping her pantry orderly. Below, we've compiled some of the photos from her post. Suffice it to say, Feliciano-Sia's pantry is #goals!

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Here's a closer look:

We love how those baskets are labeled!
Photo by Facebook/Lorelin Feliciano-Sia
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Here's a peek inside the baskets.
Photo by Facebook/Lorelin Feliciano-Sia
Even her canned goods are stacked to perfection!
Photo by Facebook/Lorelin Feliciano-Sia
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These neatly arranged food items are so satisfying to look at.
Photo by Facebook/Lorelin Feliciano-Sia
You'll never have a problem finding anything in a pantry like this.
Photo by Facebook/Lorelin Feliciano-Sia
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A heavenly sight for any neat freak!
Photo by Facebook/Lorelin Feliciano-Sia
Even the veggies have their own place.
Photo by Facebook/Lorelin Feliciano-Sia
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These glass jars make all her sweet treats look extra appetizing on the shelf.
Photo by Facebook/Lorelin Feliciano-Sia
Even from afar, the pantry looks immaculate.
Photo by Facebook/Lorelin Feliciano-Sia
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