Christina Haack Posted A Photo Of Her Perfect Pantry That Left Fans Drooling

Even design expert Christina Haack, host of the HGTV show "Christina on the Coast," gets excited over her new organization systems in her own home. Haack posted photos on her Instagram account showing how she keeps her new house in Dana Point, California, looking model perfect. Ryen Toft, professional organizer and founder of SimplyLuxe, helped Haack set up the butler's pantry, kitchen storage, and bedroom closets in the 6,000 square foot home. Haack bought the home in July 2021 in the gated community called The Strand at Headlands, per House Beautiful

The new butler's pantry features closed, custom storage units which open to reveal tempered glass shelving lined with clear storage containers. Haack uses clear bins with multi-use handles for categorizing and storing snacks, packaged goods, and jarred items that fit perfectly in each container. There are also tall, air-tight containers for pasta, grains, cereals, and flour which have a convenient pour spout recessed into the lid design. White, stepped risers hold cans of tuna and chicken. 

Christina pantry is model perfect

It's not just fans who are left drooling over the pantry. Apparently, Christina Haack feels the same way! She posted about it on her Instagram account, saying that she appreciated that SimplyLuxe made her space organized and even esthetically beautiful. She pointed out that "...this investment was so worth it!" In other parts of the kitchen, drawers have been outfitted with dividers that contain everything neatly. Haack posted a photo of the drawer next to her Wolf gas range that has insets for 15 glass spice bottles and four separate, drawer-length spaces that hold cooking utensils like spatulas, wooden spoons, and tongs. On the gorgeous, veined, white countertops, she keeps a cookbook holder, a simple butcher block cutting board, and a white candle in a glass holder. 

Let's face it, in a 6,000 square foot home; the master bedroom will have a huge walk-in closet. Haack posted photos showing that hers is designed to hold clothes by category in their own hanging space. Sweater, jackets, shirts, and so on, hang in stacked closet cubes, as posted on Haack's Instagram account. Hats are displayed on an adjacent wall. There's probably lots of space for shoes, jewelry, and any other new clothing additions.