With wire shelf risers, you can multiply vertical storage space, giving you even more room to store all of your dishware. See? Just because you're short on space doesn't mean you have to compromise your love of mugs, dishes, and cute bowls.
Give your pantry a supermarket makeover by following the "first in, first out" rule. Basically, put the newest boxes and containers behind what's already open. Keep things organized with bins, labels, and clear tupperware.
If you like to mix up your tea flavors throughout the day (good thinking!), then you probably have a drawer full of tea boxes. Reduce clutter — and keep your tea collection in tip-top shape — with this compact tea organizer.
Store your table linens — placemats, cloth napkins, or even the table runner you only use on Christmas — in durable plastic pins. The best part? They pull out so you won't have to dig for anything in the way back.
Ah, if only there was a parchment paper, aluminum foil, and plastic wrap hybrid. As we keep wishing that into existence, try this tiered organizer to keep all of your boxes of storage wrap and bags in one place.
Drawer dividers aren't just for forks, knives, and spoons: Adjust them to accommodate large, small, and oddly shaped utensils.
It seems like no matter how hard we try to keep our pots and pans organized, they're always a jumbled — and noisy — mess. Stack pans, cutting boards, lids, and baking sheets horizontally to limit any future frustration.
How many times have you stored food in tupperware only to find out that you somehow lost the correct lid? Guilty. For a smooth post-dinner cleanup, store all of your containers and lids in this sleek organizer.
You color-coordinate your clothes, so why wouldn't you carry that organizing style throughout the room in your house that you use most? Exactly. Color coding lets you reap the benefits of open shelving (flexibility) without the downside (visible clutter).
Although they look professional, knife blocks take up way too much beloved counter space. Instead, store knives and kitchen utensils on a magnetic strip on your wall.
When you store your pots and cooking utensils above your stovetop, everything you need is always at-hand.
The skinny space between your fridge and the wall is prime real estate for organizing canned goods (and a cute chevron surprise never hurts).
From the front, this piece looks like your average island — but from the back it's storage central for everything you want (cookbooks, holiday accessories), but never seem to have enough space for.
Easy-to-grab bins are great for corralling goodies on the tippy-top shelf.
Get wet sponges and scrubbers off your countertop by placing them in desk organizers hung on the side of nearby cabinets (an ever-underutilized space).
Breaking: Your shelves have two surfaces perfect for organizing kitchen clutter. Place tins and bins on top, and hang mason jars filled with nuts, seeds, and spices underneath.
Like the side of your lower cabinets. It's the perfect spot to hang heavy, clunky items that are annoying to store — like colanders or cutting boards.
A breakfast nook bench takes up less space than dining chairs, and works double-duty with storage under the seats.
Hang your most-frequently-used cooking utensils (like measuring cups and spoons, if you're a baker) on the back of a cabinet door, instead of cramming them into already-full drawers.
Confused by fake drawer fronts under your sink? Take back that space with clever hardware that creates a secret spot for sponges.
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