Meet the Australian woman finding fame through her perfectly organised pantry.
Iryna Federico describes her style as mostly "functional" and "neutral"... on the outside, that is. While most of her Adelaide home would fit that description, there's one place Iryna let's her flair run free: the kitchen pantry.
Opening the pantry in Iryna's recently constructed house is like stepping into the brain of a Care Bear. It's Katy Perry's teenage dream. Martha Stewart meets a unicorn. In short: a pastel paradise.
But the stunning styling plays second fiddle to the pantry's most impressive feature: its organisation.
Oils and vinegars are colour coordinated. Snacks and sauces are filed away in pristine, white boxes. Pastel calendars and shopping lists are mounted on the walls, and everything is labelled with custom designed stickers.
"I think my passion stems from the fact that I like to be efficient in anything I do and a clear space means a clear head," Iryna told Lifestyle.
As for her sense of style, Iryna says it all comes from Pinterest.
"I saw a picture of a kitchen on Pinterest one day and it belonged to a baker. Everything was so fun and pretty and I just fell in love with all the colours," she said.
According to News.com.au, she sourced most of her storage from Ikea, Kmart, Target and Myer. The labels she had custom made from Pretty Little Designs. All up, the project cost $2855.
For others wanting to get organised, Iryna says the easiest place to start is with big baskets or containers, but it really all depends on personal taste and individual needs. She recommends everyone doing research to figure out what will work best for you.
While Iryna holds a full-time job in business development at an aerospace engineering company, in her spare time she shares her very best tips and craft ideas on her blog, From Great Beginnings.
All images supplied by Iryna/fromgreatbeginnings.com.