Promising review: "I often write about organization, but I like a wee bit of clutter in my life. (I will never de-clutter to spark joy or whatever.) I have a place for everything and know where that is, whether it makes sense to my roommates or not. But a knife drawer requires order, because safety! Perhaps you are fortunate enough to have a kitchen with separate knife and junk drawers. I don’t! (I don’t have room for a countertop knife storage solution, either.) So when I spotted a drawer organizing system on my old job’s free table three years ago, I snatched it up. It’s been keeping my combo knife/junk drawer in order since.
The nonslip silicone base is lined in a grid, which makes cutting it to size with a pair of scissors easy. But it’s NBD if you cut too much (as you can see I did in the pic to fit the notches of my drawer). The little nubs, aka Divitz, stick securely to the surface and don’t budge when you’re rummaging through your drawer. Yet if you want to reposition them, it’s not an excruciating task. My kit came with way more than I could possibly use and I have the extras in a sandwich bag on a seldom-used kitchen cabinet shelf. More knives normally live in this drawer than in my pics, but they were on my drying rack, hence the empty sections. Granted, I could do a much better job at organizing the back part of this drawer, or even arranging it in a neater way for this demonstration, but I’m just living my truth here! (A safer truth in which I don’t accidentally cut myself reaching for a paring knife.)" —Elizabeth Lilly
Get it from Amazon for $39.99 (available in four colors).