Mum wows thousands with her perfectly organised board games cupboard

Is this the best games cupboard EVER? Mum wows with her perfectly organised collection – complete with colour coded boxes and custom labels

  • Mother shows off her perfectly organised cupboard filled with board games
  • Kerry shared pictures on social media showing 44 different board games 
  • Her cupboard features colour coded board games and personalised labels 
  • Thousands described cupboard as ‘storage goals’, ‘satisfying’ and ‘a dream’ 

An Australian mother has wowed thousands with her perfectly organised cupboard – complete with colour coded board games, puzzles and personalised labels. 

Kerry shared pictures on social media showing at least 44 board games, including multiple versions of Monopoly, Cluedo and Scene It?

‘Well UNO what?! That’s the best damn games cupboard I’ve ever seen. Everybody give her a round of applause,’ one person wrote on Facebook.

An Australian mother has wowed thousands with her perfectly organised cupboard – complete with colour coded board games, puzzles and personalised labels

The board games have all be placed individually on its own shelf, while playing games such as UNO are stored in see-through containers with personalised labels

The board games have all be placed individually on its own shelf, while playing games such as UNO are stored in see-through containers with custom labels.

The super organised mother also separated the poker chips into three different containers where she grouped them based on its colour.

Inside the Cluedo box, she stored all the pieces including tokens, cards and dice into its own container with a customised label.

Her post has attracted more than 9,400 comments, with thousands describing her cupboard as ‘storage goals’, ‘satisfying’ and ‘what dreams are made of’.

‘I would die for a cupboard like this,’ one woman wrote, while another said: ‘

Others tagged their family and friends in the post, with one suggesting: ‘With the 100 board games we got and the overflowing shelves, we need something like this.’

And another person added: ‘This is goals! I will happily give up a cupboard in the spare rooms for this beautiful thing.’

Instead of colour coordinating the board games, some even suggested they preferred organising the cupboard alphabetically.

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