The kitchen is the heart of a home. So, if your kitchen is a cluttered, disorganized, disheveled mess, what does that say about the health of the rest of your abode?
Whether you live in an apartment with a postage stamp-sized kitchen or a large home with a massive kitchen or somewhere in between, there are organizational tools that can make the room work and look better than ever.
This collection of potentially life-changing products could be the solution to getting your kitchen organized once and for all.
One of the most difficult items to store neatly is the conglomeration of food container lids that every kitchen seems to have. This product has three divided compartments, making it simple to store lids in a range of sizes in an orderly fashion.
You can nab two for about $20 at Amazon, where buyers have given it an average rating of 4.5 stars.
Reusable water bottles are good for your family as well as the environment, but they can be a chore to store. This product could be the answer. Space saving, stackable water bottle holders organize reusable containers vertically. You can also use them for bottled beverages in your refrigerator such as sodas and sports drinks.
A pack of two costs less than $23 and this product has been given the “Amazon’s Choice” seal of approval as well as near-perfect grades from buyers.
Stacking skillets or piling pot lids makes it challenging to find what you need when it’s time to cook. This organizer holds up to five pans or pot lids. You can use it vertically or horizontally, as well. Get it on Amazon for around $15, where it holds a 4.5-star average rating from buyers.
Trash cans and recycle bins can be unsightly and unpleasant. This storage item turns an ordinary cupboard into a place to stash two containers. Simply roll them out when you need them. For about $60, you get two bins and all the hardware required. This one has been a huge hit with Amazon users, who’ve given it an average score of 4.8 stars!
Spice racks require valuable counter or wall space, but spice jars can get lost on pantry shelves. This product enables you to store seasonings neatly in a drawer, without them rolling all over the place.
Cut lengths of the 10-foot roll of liner to size to create a custom spice drawer. This is about $15 on Amazon and it holds the “Amazon’s Choice” distinction, thanks to high reviews.
Much of the space beneath your kitchen sink might go to waste because of pipes, hoses or a garbage disposal in the way. This handy organizer works around those items, letting you stash cleaning supplies and more. The two-tier shelf is available for less than $25 and boasts an average review of 4.5 stars at Amazon.
6. In-Drawer Knife Block
A knife block kept on a counter can get dusty or grimy. This in-drawer alternative allows you to store knives safely and tidily inside of a drawer. Get it at Amazon for about $35. Buyers there have given it a stellar 4.9-star average grade so you should definitely be able to count on it.
7. Expandable Silverware Organizer
The borders of this bamboo utensil tray slide out. Not only will it fit your drawer perfectly, but it also makes use of the space alongside the silverware. This flatware storage product has up to eight dividers, costs a little under $20 and comes with the “Amazon’s Choice” stamp.
Soap bottles, sponges and other cleaning supplies quickly clutter a sink. This nifty piece hangs over the door inside the cabinet under the sink. Stash everything you need to wash dishes or clean up for about $20 from Amazon.
Have you ever wondered why sink fronts usually have faux drawers? This storage product turns them into a handy holder for sponges and other small objects. The trays start at less than $20 for a two-pack, and they get a rating of 4.6 out of 5 stars from more than 700 reviewers. The tray, mountain hardware and pair of hinges are included.
Make the most of all your shelf space, whether you’re storing dishware or pantry items. This expandable iron slat shelf organizer is $21.99 on Amazon, and it has a 4.6 out of 5 rating from more than 2,700 reviewers.
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