When it comes to being house-proud Loose Women star Stacey Solomon certainly has the X-Factor.
The mum-of-three stunned fans with her ingenious way of organising her snack cupboard yesterday – revealing on her Instagram that she hangs them in colour-coordinated order from a curtain rail using miniature clamps.
But that isn’t the only helpful housework hack 30-year-old Stacey has up her sleeve.
She saves space in her crockery cupboard by using special racks to stack her plates in size order.
Even her pantry is a thing of beauty with pasta, rice and even herbs and spices decanted into matching pots with handwritten labels.
And nothing gets her more excited than a delivery from Ikea, posting a video of her stroking a cardboard box arriving from the store with the caption: “When you get a delivery and you’re extremely grateful no one was in to see your issues.”
Inside the box was another of domestic goddess Stacey’s space saviours – a peg board which she attached to the inside wall of her cupboard under the stairs to hang items from using elastic bands including umbrellas and sweeping brushes.
After completing her handiwork, Stacey posted: “I am actually sitting in my cupboard now because it’s nice and clear.
“I know it is not the most beautiful thing but it is so practical, and it is for under the stairs so it is solely for practical purposes.”
But in her dressing room she has managed to turn one of the peg boards into an actual thing of beauty, displaying her favourite lotions and potions, again colour-coordinated.
Even the family’s shoe cupboard is in order, with everyone’s shoes and trainers stacked neatly in pairs on shelves.
And Stacey has got fans going wild for her Insta stories which she calls “Tap to Tidy” where she posts one picture of a kitchen full of pots, pans and dishes, followed by another of a her kitchen gleaming like a show home after she has set to work with her rubber gloves and cleaning products.
Stacey could have a whole new career ahead of her as the next Mrs Hinch.
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