A sprinkle of paprika or a dash of red pepper can elevate the most basic dish, but a jumble of spice jars on your counter can also really drag down your kitchen. Tame your collection of seasonings with these genius storage options that fit drawers, cabinets, and countertops — or secure your bottles to the fridge or cupboard door if you're really short on space.
The genius of this compact swiveling design is that it displays spices at eye-level when you stash it on a upper shelf or cabinet. You can buy different-size units based on the amount of bottles you have, ranging from 12 to 30 full-size jars.
Attach this chicken-wire rack to the back of your pantry door or a kitchen wall for easy vertical storage. The four shelves fit most standard bottles you'd find at the grocery store.
Joanna Gaines dreamed up this countertop-worthy display for her Target collection. A sturdy matte-black metal handle also means you can tote it from pantry to island when it's time to start cooking. (Psst: You can get those adorable , too.)
An IKEA classic, this versatile birch shelf will only run you $5, so feel free to get creative with wood stain or paint. You'll have to purchase the glass jars separately, but at , you can load up on those too for a steal.
If you're more inclined toward storage that spins, give this countertop design a twirl. Bonus: The 16 containers come pre-filled.
Here's another "custom" drawer option for under $20. Trim the soft foam liners with basic kitchen scissors to fit perfectly — no permanent mounting or installation required.
The idea behind this genius design is that you install it in an existing, underused cabinet space. The included mounting hardware allows you to attach it to a 5- or 8-inch-wide door.
Whether you just stick them on your fridge or , these clever containers display your most colorful spices front and center. The space-saving hexagonal shapes fit together like honeycomb, and strong magnets keep jars from sliding out of place.
Who says test tubes have to stay in the lab? Since kitchens are pretty much the home's experiment center, we think they're just as appropriate for your various flavors of salt.
Isn't it amazing that a coat of black paint takes an average pallet from rustic to sleek almost immediately? Even better: This wooden shelving unit features four shelves for spices — not to mention hangers for a cheese grater and more below.
You don't need to invest in expensive jars to organize your different spices. Just hold onto the containers your kid's baby food comes in — or ask a parent buddy to keep a few for you.
Who knew a vintage soda crate could be the most adorable spice rack of all time? Jars with black-and-white labels make it quick and easy to find the flavor you need for your tomato sauce.
Vertical storage for the win yet again. Step organizers make it simple to see when you're working with a deep shelf. Non-skid pads on each level ensure that bottles don't go tumbling when you reach for the vanilla extract in the back.
The expands to fit any standard cabinet, and you can customize the height of each shelf as well.
Hang one of these whiteboards in the kitchen for jotting down your grocery list.