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1.A divided lazy Susan that you should buy for both your dining table and refrigerator if you're a true condiment-lover. It'll keep all your favorite dressings and sauces visible and accessible.
3.A three-tiered cabinet organizer if you'd like all of the benefits of installing shelves in your cabinets without *actually* having to install shelves in your cabinets. This thing will eliminate that precariously high stack of dishes you've got in there, replacing it several smaller stacks — ya know, so your plates won't come tumbling down on top of your head the next time you reach for one.
4.Floating wooden shelves that'll look like minimalistic magic on your kitchen walls. It'll be like you hired David Blaine as your interior decorator.
5.A spice-organizing drawer liner – it'll probably shave a decent amount of time off your meal prep. No more digging through the spice cabinet looking for the paprika.
7.A bottle rack, because maybe a pretty display for all of the many, many water bottles you've collected over the years will encourage you to stick to your hydration goals. Chug-a-lug, baby! You've got this!
8.Or wall rack for excessive mug collectors — let's be honest, you drink way more coffee than water.
9.A weekly meal planning pad to make life in the kitchen more efficient. Seasoned chefs may be able to whip things up on the fly, but you know you need a little more preparation than that.
10.A magnetic utensil set that'll take up minimal space on your kitchen counter *and* free up some space in the drawer you usually use for utensils. Talk about bang for your buck!
11.An airtight ceramic canister with a press-down vacuum seal to keep your coffee beans as fresh as possible. The canister's opaque sides also keeps them from drying out in the sun.
12.Refrigerator storage bins to save you some space *and* maybe a little bit of grocery money as well, since you'll actually be able to see what's in there and won't mistakenly buy things you don't need.
13.An adorable handmade ceramic egg tray that comes in a bunch of different colors. My suggestion would be to buy up an entire rainbow's worth of trays, because who doesn't love a gay fridge?
14.A wall-mounted grocery bag dispenser for those of us who've participated in the longstanding family tradition of having one designated plastic bag to hold all other plastic bags.
15.A set of coffee pod drawers if you're still working remotely and thus looking for ways to make your home feel more like an office — I present to you, everyone's favorite part of the break room.
16.Or a drawer set for tea-drinkers that'll make their daily ritual that much more satisfying.
18.An over-the-door basket to store the things you reach for most frequently, like cutting boards, cooking sheets, and various kitchen supplies.
19.Or a vertical organizer to keep your pans, lids and sheets easily accessible — that way you'll no longer disturb the entire house up with incessant banging every time you dig through your cookware cabinet.
20.A handmade ceramic utensil crock that's so quaint and charming in an arts and crafts sort of way that I absolutely would not blame you if you lied and told all your friends you made it yourself.
21.A kitchen cabinet pull out drawer to store anything from canned goods to cutting boards. It'll create a nice little presentation whenever you pull it out.