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Teen Mom Chelsea Houska and husband Cole DeBoer show off renovated kitchen pantry featuring snack drawers and wine shelf

CHELSEA Houska and Cole DeBoer have proudly shown off their newly-renovated kitchen pantry at their $750,000 mansion.

Teen Mom 2 alum Cole, 33, shared a video of the finished space, which boasted chic wicker baskets, a wine shelf and sleek black containers.

Chelsea Houska and Cole DeBoer proudly showed off their new pantryCredit: Instagram
They had organizers come in to revamp the space (pictured after)Credit: Instagram
Chelsea described her pantry as a 'hot mess' (pictured before)Credit: Instagram

Chelsea and Cole had a team of professional organizers revamp their pantry after Chelsea complained that it was a "hot mess".

The shelves boasted perfectly organized tins, cans and jars, with cereal and chips placed in Tupperware containers.

On the top shelf, the family-of-six's belongings were neatly tucked away in large wicker baskets.

A sleek white kettle and matching toaster were placed in the container, while condiments were positioned on round mats on the shelf above.

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Cole shared a video of the pristine room on his Instagram Stories and captioned it: "Pantry looks amazing!"

The transformation comes after Chelsea complained that their pantry was an "absolute disaster."

She said: "We had good intentions when we moved in. We were organized and going to do all that. I just accepted that's not who I am as a person." 

The former MTV star "called up" the organizers and asked them "to do our pantry."

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She took some "before pictures" because the pantry is "a hot mess."

Chelsea also promised her followers that she will share "after pictures" to compare the differences.


The pantry had tons of canned goods, jars, boxes, and a vacuum cleaner sitting in the corner. 

Chelsea said: "Say goodbye to the chaotic pantry," and Cole replied: "Goodbye, pantry."

His wife concluded: "We won't miss ya!"

Chelsea and Cole, are the parents of daughters Layne, three, Walker, one, and son Watson, five.

She also shares Aubree, 10, with her ex Adam Lind, 32.


Back in April, the Teen Mom star shared a video of the outside of her South Dakota property.

The clip caught wild deer grazing in the backyard of their $750,000 farmhouse.

The Warren Zeiders single, "Outskirts of Heaven," played in the background.

The couple finished the construction of their farmhouse back in 2020.

The duo is currently in the middle of filming their new HGTV show, which is titled Farmhouse Fabulous.

Set to debut in 2023, Farmhouse Fabulous will follow the duo as they help families renovate their homes.


Recently, Cole shared a rare picture with his older brother, Brock.

Cole posted a picture of himself and his big brother as they showed off their wide grin and toned physique.

Brock teased his long hair, which is a noticeable difference from his younger sibling.

Fans jumped to the comments section as they were shocked at the pair's likeness and described them as “twins."

Back in February, Chelsea and Cole were sued by the consulting company Envy for about $3million for allegedly withholding money made from social media promotions. 

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The couple filed a counterclaim in May 2020 and accused Envy of allegedly withholding over $150,000 from them

Recently, the Sun exclusively revealed that mediation was “unsuccessful” at reaching a settlement.

All their tins and cans were arranged neatly
Their snacks are arranged in wooden holdersCredit: Instagram/@coledeboer
Chelsea and Cole live in a $750,000 farmhouse in South DakotaCredit: Social Media - Refer to Source
Chelsea and Cole pictured with their kidsCredit: Social Media - Refer to source

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