Decant what you want into glass jars or Tupperware, but don’t get carried away with swapping packaging in order to create a photogenic Insta-moment. ‘You don’t need tins of baked beans in wicker baskets,’ laughs Vicky. ‘This is about making life as logical as possible.’ Meaghan adds, ‘Glass jars work well for things that you want to keep air-tight (like coffees, teas and dried goods), whereas wire baskets work better for fruit or veg, where you don’t restrict the airflow.’ Disappointing as it might be for lovers of Kilner jars, square containers are more space efficient on a shelf. Vicky recommends Oxo Pop Cubes as they come in different sizes and depths and can be stacked. For fiddly items such as bags of crisps, Vicky recommends baskets. ‘Empty a multi-pack of crisps into a basket so they are easy to access,’ she advises.