Gwyneth Paltrow has given fans a glimpse inside her perfectly organised fridge.
The Hollywood actress opened the doors to her kitchen as she invited US organising service, The Home Edit, to help her de-clutter her space and streamline her fridge.
Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin of The Home Edit gave Paltrow labels, mason jars and clear canisters that will allow her to identify her food properly and determine if she's running low on staples.
All products are meticulously stacked and positioned in places that allow a fluid flow when grabbing ingredients for cooking or baking. The children's food is positioned down low making it easier for Apple (12) and Moses (10) to grab food when they need it.
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And among the nuts, seeds, beans and fancy oils, fans spotted a few naughty treats propped up in wicker baskets, including Kettle crisps and popcorn. It seems the health food and lifestyle guru can't resist a few cheeky savoury snacks.
Teplin and Shearer said that it's important for people to think about the items they're using every day.
"If you only bake twice a year, keep your baking bin at the top of the pantry to free up valuable real estate on lower, easier to access shelves," The Home Edit duo told the magazine.
Also, be realistic: "If you're a busy parent who has a time-consuming job, you're not going to want to empty every box of pasta and cereal into jars when you get home from the grocery store." Instead, just use a few labeled bins so you can put items away quickly, but keep them sorted.
Gwyneth Paltrow has never been the shy or retiring type. The mum-of-two, Oscar-winning actress and self-styled lifestyle guru is prone to sharing, or perhaps over-sharing, every little detail about her life, from the type of moon dust she ingests to stay looking incredible to the fact that her late father once called her an a**hole.
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