This Genius Home Buy Takes Even the Most Cluttered Closet or Pantry From Drab to Fab in Seconds

Say goodbye to wire racks and visual clutter — this home buy might seem like a splurge, but it will solve one of your biggest aesthetic problems

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As content creator @arinsolange rightfully says in her now-viral TikTok: When it come to home renovations, you need to be honest with yourself about when to buy and when to DIY. When is it worth it to try and fix the problem yourself and for less? And when is it worth it to splurge, knowing you saved time and effort in the process?

Take, as is the case in Arin's video, the aesthetic problem of wire shelves in a kitchen pantry. There is nothing wrong with wire shelves, unless you dislike the look of them. And if that's the case, you could always remove the shelves and install something you found at one of the best home decor brands instead; this is the DIY option. Or, you could buy. It's a bit of a splurge, sure, but you'll have the problem solved in a quick-and-easy instant — and can hold onto the solution for years to come.

In this case, Arin chose buy — and I'm honestly quite blown away but what she was able to find to solve the problem.


♬ original sound - Arin Solange | Amazon Finds

If you can believe it, these are easily installed and instantly removable wire rack covers that can be customized to the size of the shelving you're looking to hide. Just choose from one of multiple stains — or hey, try multiple if you feel like mixing and matching — then call it a day.

In a busy, cluttered closet or pantry, these covers would add a sleek uniformity and order to the chaos, instantly elevating a tired space. Whether you're a renter looking to hide some dusty shelving or a home owner looking to upgrade your laundry closet, this is a simple and worthwhile way to get it done fast. Totally worth the investment if you ask me!

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Style Editor

Brigid Kennedy is a Style Editor at, where she is responsible for obsessively combing the internet for the best and most stylish deals on home decor and more. She was previously a story editor at, where she covered both U.S. politics and culture. She describes her design style as colorful and clean, and in her free time enjoys reading, watching movies, and curating impossibly niche playlists on Spotify. She lives in New York.