Pulp Design Duel: The Organized Pantry | Jeanine VS Leela

Jan 30

We’re well on our way into 2013. Can you believe it?

Besides new workout routines and healthier diets (all made with the best intentions, of course), we at the Pulp Design Studios offices love to get organized in the New Year! Which is why we commissioned the help of two immensely talented ladies and favorite foodie bloggers to help us spruce up our pantries with a friendly design duel on just that topic… the organized pantry!

Please give a warm welcome to Jeanine Donofrio of Love and Lemons and Leela Cyd of Tea Cup Tea!!

Take it away, ladies…

 

JEANINE’S PANTRY PICKS

STORAGE: White Tiled Pantry // SMALL CONTAINER: White Porcelain Bottles, Vitrified Studio // LARGE CONTAINER: 1L Weck Jar Set, Terrain // LABELS: Old-fasioned Labels // LIGHTING FIXTURE: Harding 6″ Pendant, Schoolhouse Electric // RUG RUNNER: Draper Stripe Rug, Dwell Studio // APRON: Tea-and-Crumpets Aprong, Anthropologie // SUPER-COOL ORGANIZATION TOOL: Test Tube Spice Rack

LEELA’S PANTRY PICKS

STORAGE: EmersonMade Pantry // SMALL CONTAINER: Small Flip Jars, Jamie at Home // LARGE CONTAINER: Large Flip Jars, Jamie at Home // LABELS: Jar Labels, Williams-Sonoma // LIGHTING FIXTURE: White + Walnut Table Lamp // RUG RUNNER: Istanbul Rug, West Elm // APRON: French Linen Apron, Adler & Co. // SUPER-COOL ORGANIZATION TOOL: Martha Stewart Signature Recipe Box

 

If you enjoyed this duel, you won’t want to miss all the fabulous things that these two are creating on their own blogs. Take a look!!

Love and Lemons

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Tea Cup Tea

 

So, whose pantry are you most coveting??

One splendid comment below

  1. I love these “versus” posts! Although, I always see them as a tie, like this one. I love Jeanne’s overall look the most perhaps, but I also love Leela’s large containers with fun lids and beautiful recipe box. I would be happy in either kitchen. :-)

    January 30, 2013 at 10:29 am Reply

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