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Other People's Pantries #133

From Sandra, in Cumming, Georgia:

I was having a luncheon and I was looking for a photo to use for the event I set up on Facebook. I came across a file of photos from when we were house hunting and our house was completely empty and new.

Here is a photo of the pantry. It reminded me why we all love fresh starts. Oh, the possibilities!

Sandra's pantry

I thought you would get a kick out of this.

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No after pic? lol

5 years ago my pantry was empty as yours, when we moved into this house. Now it's such a bottle neck that I need to take everything out and start from scratch!

Come on Sandra - I've seen your pantry. You need to share it with the world - especially after your most recent "project."

A before always need an after.
Your photo did make me wistful for a new start, however. After living in the house that I love, if I were able to househunt again, I'd make sure I had a proper pantry and not just cupboards.
Thanks for sharing.

Hi! Yes, this WAS my pantry. But I've been working on it. So stay tuned! http://birdiesandra.blogspot.com/2010/09/check-out-this-article-about-my-pantry.html

I immediately see a need for better lighting! That is an area often overlooked - maybe I am just getting old!

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