Celebrity closets and wardrobes are often extremely elaborate, with systems in place for clothes, shoes, watches, accessories, and more. But in At Khloe Kardashian palatial residence, it is its pantry that makes the news.
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Exclusive preview on sister Kourtney Kardashian’s website Poosh.com, Khloé has revealed her walk-in pantry at her Hidden Hills mansion, which does justice to the nickname she’s given herself – Khloe-CD. the keeping up with the Kardashians alum admitted that she was a freak of neatness and organization.
Each pantry cupboard and shelf is neatly organized, complete with its signature collection of cookie jars and everything labeled in the same white font. According to Poosh.com, the lower two shelves are for canned and canned goods like noodles, crackers, extra cookies. Then the condimentsauce and Vinaigrette shelves – all of which are presented on turntables. In another part of the room, she stores cookbooks and stocks “of her favorite snacks in assorted baskets. The top shelf is where she displays her beautiful cheese and dessert glassware.
When I say I want my house organized and clean, I expect NO LESS than Khloe Kardashian’s pantry pic.twitter.com/wqMnHVcgXE
— Liz Kardash (@lizpkardash) March 8, 2022
But, Twitterati isn’t impressed with this elaborate pantry. One of the users pointed out, “She does a lot of backstock. In one netflix show called ‘The Home Edit’, an organizing team did his garage and I believe they did his pantry or closet as well. She said she likes having lots of extra stuff so she never runs out.
Others responded saying it was “unrealistic, “disconnected” and “a waste of space”.
I just wonder why two people need so much food. Look how many pots of PB. Vinaigrette. All that packaged food. Looks like a concession stand. Each his own.
— shoppergurl1 (@Shoppergurl1) March 8, 2022
In my opinion, this seems excessive and out of touch with the state of the world and even poverty levels in the United States. I’d love to read that she donated half of her pantry to kids receiving free lunches in the LA area🤷🏽♀️
— La’Tina Spears (@Spears2010) March 8, 2022
Many people have also pointed out the uselessness of the many spices, dressings, snacks, etc.
I think that sounds completely ridiculous. I’m all for a good pantry, but this looks like a small grocery store in a bland, upscale strip mall in Costa Mesa. It’s uninspiring and filled with stuff you know they’re not really eating. Bottled dressing? I do not think so…
— Mark Garrison (@MarkGarrison1) March 9, 2022
Nobody needs 30 cans of cranberry sauce.
— Evil Nick (@SoulfulOfNick) March 9, 2022