Unless you live under a rock, you’ve by now heard of Marie Kondo and her Netflix show, Tidying Up With Marie Kondo. This series has seriously taken the Internet by storm. I mean can you even believe the hottest thing right now is cleaning and storage?! Most listened to is her educating us on kitchen organization and decluttering as well as her best-selling book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up. It’s best known as the KonMari method.
So, if you haven’t yet watched, you may be unaware that she said her favorite storage items are these enamel containers. Well, imagine Noda Horo’s surprise when these went viral and out of stock once people heard this. This is bigger than Oprah’s Favorite Things. Be sure to check out how I organize my pantry and grab yourself some of her favorite storage containers to do it.
I found Marie’s favorite containers on Amazon!
I had to act fast to get my hands on some of these gems. The Noda Horo collection of reusable food storage containers is limited on Amazon but they still had a few when I grabbed mine. Marie’s favorite is the Nodo Horo 200g butter case. It’s stated to hold two sticks of butter. The biggest appeal of these, besides its sleek look, is that it stacks. It’s also microwavable takes up very little room. You need to run and grab yours now before they run out.
For those of us who believe bigger is always better, Noda Horo also makes a larger Butter Case. This has the same stackable, microwaveable features and is also selling super fast. If you want more of Marie Kondo’s wisdom, be sure to check out 15 Tips From Marie Kondo.
Marie Kondo style
Marie likes things that work and have a small footprint. In the case of Nodo Horo, she believes in the efficiency of this product and it’s aesthetic. Because I am a minimalist, I have very few kitchen products and I store mine with lids on but Marie Kondo stores hers separately. Marie and I have similar kitchen principles: ease of cleaning, counters clear as possible, cut down on items in the kitchen, and make it a happy place. For me, the happiest kitchen is the cleanest, clearest, minimalistic as possible. Don’t get me wrong, I have a few gadget and appliances. For me, they must be things often used. Those items you’ve moved house to house but doesn’t get used, time to toss it.