Mum uses an old wardrobe to make epic larder in her kitchen and people are keen to make their own

EVER wanted your own larder in your home but don’t have the room?

A savvy woman has shared how she made her own pantry using an old wardrobe, and people are seriously impressed. 

Taking to the Facebook group Mrs Hinch Made Me Do It, the thrifty woman wrote: “Me and my partner made larder out of oak wardrobe what do you guys think.”

She showed how the wardrobe doors open up and have been modified to store her jars and oil bottles. 

Meanwhile, the main wardrobe section is now filled with immaculately-labelled containers of cereals and staple supplies like rice. 

And she’s even added a Lazy Susan filled with her spice jars. 

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Since being uploaded less than 24 hours ago, her post has racked up over 3,000 likes, and many people seem keen to copy her idea. 

One Facebook user said: “Fabulous idea.”

Another added: “WOW!!! No other words needed.”

Previously, a mum shared her clever ‘six category’ house hack which has turned her home into a ‘chaos free’ zone.

And mums are obsessed with this game-changing lunchbox hack that will guarantee your kids eat everything.

Plus a mum shows off the chore chart she made for her toddler to help with the cleaning & parents are copying her idea.

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