Shea McGee just shared a genius hack for keeping your kitchen organized

Netflix’s Dream Home Makeover host and Instagram star Shea McGee is full of interior design inspiration (#goals). But turns out, her tips and ideas go beyond just making your home look good — she’s all about hacks to help your create a neat and tidy space, too.  She recently shared a top tip for keeping your kitchen area clutter-free, and we are all ears.

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Shea recently published an interview with Neat Method on her website, which included the useful hack. It simply involves using a storage basket to house pantry supplies you buy for different meals each week. Anything that isn’t going in the fridge should be dropped into the basket when you get home from the store to make meal-prepping easy, and help maximize pantry storage.

When Shea asked Neat Method about the best way to store food that doesn’t need to go in the fridge, they said, ‘If it’s produce for meals to be made throughout the week, place it in a woven basket, for air circulation, and add it to your pantry.’

‘We frequently create ‘Dinner Prep’ baskets for client pantries. All the shelf-stable ingredients for the week’s dinners

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10 Things That Make Shea McGee Happy

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Shea McGee is adjusting to the spotlight. Her feed of soothing neutral interiors and detail-driven renovation ideas have always grabbed the attention of followers, but after the launch of her and husband Syd’s new Netflix show, Dream Home Makeover, in October 2020, her fan base skyrocketed. “The thing that’s so wild about being on Netflix is that it’s an international platform,” McGee tells Domino’s editor-in-chief, Jessica Romm Perez, on this week’s episode of Design Time (out today on Spotify and Apple Podcasts). “We have people following us from all over the world now. It’s been really fun to see our audience grow in new ways.” 

In their conversation, McGee shares her first step in any renovation project (she lets the home speak to her) and the perfect hues to accent white walls (anything warm and cozy), as well as the 10 things inspiring her right now. Take a sneak peek, below. 

Design Heroes

I’m always very interested in following architects because they’re so closely associated with design, but it activates a different part of my brain. Bobby McAlpine, Jeffrey Dungan and Gil Schafer…I just love following architects.


Favorite Colors

I can’t get enough of creamy, beigey gray.

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The Target Spring Refresh line designed by Studio McGee

Target’s refreshing your home decor with a new collection called “Spring Refresh” that’s debuting with Threshold and Studio McGee. If you’re not familiar with Studio McGee, it is a popular home design studio and has over 2.3 million followers on Instagram. Studio McGee also has a TV show called “Dream Home Makeover” on Netflix. The collection features over 300 items, including home decor, organizers, kitchenware, patio essentials, and much more. Plus, it’s budget-friendly with prices starting at $7 and going up to $900 for select furniture. Target also has free delivery on orders of $35 or more. Head below the jump to find our top picks from Target’s Spring Refresh Line, and be sure to check out our latest guide to Le Creuset’s Valentine’s Day Collection.

“I am a huge fan because of this partnership because I love that Target cares about bringing good design to everybody, which aligns perfectly with my goal to build a brand that makes good design feel approachable. I’m excited that through this partnership, anyone can walk into Target and create a Studio McGee look in their own homes.” – Shea McGee

Kitchen & Dining Items

Everything in this collection is classic and

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