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    The 28 Products You Need If You're Serious About Organizing Your Kitchen

    Time to show all those loose K-Cup pods and sandwich bags who's boss.

    1. A cabinet door organizer so you can really flex some "I've got my life together" vibes when you open a cabinet and pull out the aluminum foil without pulling eight of its friends out with it.

    2. A lazy Susan turntable for your pantry or fridge that will make storing and perusing your condiment stash so much more painless, since you can access the Sriracha without ketchup, mustard, and a half-eaten tub of frosting trying to vie for your attention first.

    A small white turn table in a fridge with condiments on top of it

    3. A slim, space-saving cutlery drawer organizer for anyone who is looking to tame the jostling mess of spoons and forks once and for all *and* make it that much easier to put their cutlery away.

    A rectangular silverware organizer that fits neatly into the side of a drawer

    4. A 3D-printed appliance cord organizer you can discreetly attach to the backs of your larger kitchen appliances to keep the cords from becoming a veritable jungle on your already limited counter space.

    A white cord organizer attached to the back of a white Kitchen-Aid mixer with the cord wrapped around it

    5. A popular pan shelf to instantly organize all those cabinets that are basically just an unhelpful void of space you keep shoving things into and hoping they don't fall back out on your feet.

    A rack holding up five different sizes pans in a cabinet

    6. A four-tier slim wheeled organizer for my personal favorite kind of storage: the ~sneaky~ kind. This easily navigates tight spaces and gives you some extra room to store go-tos like condiments, laundry supplies, and bathroom accessories.

    A slim white four-shelved organizer with wheels between a fridge and a counter

    7. A set of basic kitchen canisters perfect for whatever goods you use most, whether it's sugar, rice, coffee, tea bags, or leftover Halloween candy you've been using as your designated after lunch ~treat~.

    8. A two-shelf cabinet organizer with a ~~secret drawer~~ that slides out so you can both take advantage of the vertical space in your cabinets *and* grab stuff from the back without toppling everything else over.

    A reviewer pulls out their drawer to reveal three sponges, four magic erasers, two handheld scrub brushes, one dish brush, four folded dish cloths, and a folded drying pad all neatly arranged

    9. A sneaky little K-Cup storage drawer to neatly hide all your coffee pods and accoutrements, and also give your Keurig a little kitchen throne to put all the other appliances in their place.

    black drawer underneath a keurig holding various k-cups

    10. Plus a tea organizer to streamline all those bulky boxes and give you a nice, neat way to peruse your tea options in the morning without half the cabinet falling on you (curse you, Earl Grey Rose tea box, I will have my revenge).

    11. A set of customizable spice labels so you can have a much more organized, clear sense of what spices you actually *have*, both encouraging you to actually use them and saving you from accidentally buying repeats. Also......... this is a full LOOK.

    Three jars of spices with the labels parsley, garlic powder, and crushed red pepper

    12. A pair of air-tight cereal dispensers to tame the precarious pile of cereal boxes threatening to fall off the top of your fridge at any moment.

    Reviewer image of double cereal dispenser with transparent body and white base

    13. A set of stackable fridge drawers so you never reach in for a seltzer and have three bags of shredded cheese and an apple fall out on you again. The transparency of these is also great because it reminds you to eat your fruits + veggies before they go bad!

    reviewer's fridge with food organized in each shelf

    14. Or a set of produce saver storage containers designed with special vents to keep your fruits and veggies fresh longer — if you buy several of them and use them to store all your various produce each week, it gives your the contents of your entire fridge a *much* calmer, more streamlined look.

    Inside of a fridge with various clear containers full of vegetables and fruit

    15. Plus a set of fully customizable waterproof stickers designed for fridge use, so you can neatly organize all your fridge's contents (and gently remind anyone who might look to *disrupt* that fragile order that the cheese does have its own rightful drawer, DEAREST).

    16. A weekly meal planner you can use to map out all your meals and grocery needs in advance, making sure you only pick up what you *need* so you won't end up overbuying and cramming too many things into the pantry and fridge at once.

    A person writing on the notepad stuck to the fridge

    17. Plus a set of kitchen inventory printables to help you easily keep track of what ingredients you're working with in your fridge, pantry, and freezer, making it easier prioritize groceries and prevent cluttering up those spaces.

    The fridge, freezer, and pantry printables with lists for items, use by dates, and quantities

    18. A stackable cabinet organizer for your mug collection that seems to be expanding faster than your kitchen can allow, or for that one crowded corner of the pantry where everything is one light breeze away from crashing down.

    Two small metal shelves stacked on each other in a cabinet

    19. A set of glass meal prep containers you can use to streamline the chaos of your random takeout and leftovers, since they're so easily stackable in the fridge. Bonus: these are also safe in the oven and the microwave, meaning you can cook, reheat, and eat out of 'em without ever bothering to go find a plate (and these lids are tighter than the Pentagon).

    20. A six-outlet wall charger designed specifically for larger appliances, so you can finally settle on counter space for your electric kettle, toaster, *and* air fryer at the same time without having to fight for the only two outlets in your kitchen.

    21. A Baby Yoda dishwasher magnet so you'll always know whether the dishes in the dishwasher are "clean" or "dirty" and avoid any dirty dish-related mishaps, and be much more likely to keep the dish cabinet organized by putting things back right away.

    22. A stainless-steel roll top bread box, because as much as we all love bread, nobody loves the clutter of seeing every family member's favorite loaf strewn across the counter like every day is Breadpalooza.

    23. A magnetic hanging utensil set that includes (*DEEP BREATH*) a slotted spatula, spaghetti server, slotted spoon, solid spoon, and a ladle, all designed to nest into each other to save space and the hassle of looking for them.

    The utensils sitting upright and stacked in their holder in shades of blue and green

    24. An over-the-cabinet bag holder for all those "just in case" grocery bags you end up reusing — this holds up to 50 of 'em so you can get rid of Mount Grocery Bag under your sink and finally give them a proper home.

    bag holder over cabinet holding bags

    25. A sandwich bag organizer to finally tame what I like to call the "nonsense drawer," aka where I have indiscriminately shoved all the the kitchen items I like to use a lot and accidentally created a whirlpool of half-empty bag boxes in a zillion sizes.

    A wooden organizer with space for gallon, snack, sandwich, and quart-sized bags

    26. A container lid organizer so the next time you pluck out a container, you won't be searching for the lid in a giant pile for so long it'll feel like you're trying to reunite lost lovers.

    clear lid organizer holding various sizes of container lids

    27. A KitchenAid attachment mount that lets you click the attachments in and out of place in a hot second so you'll always have the proper tools for whisking, meringue-ing, and mixing up some cookie dough at the ready, and not buried with a bunch of random cutlery in a drawer.

    Three kitchenaid attachments hanging upside down from a cabinet from a thin black mount

    28. An adjustable can organizer to streamline up to 46 (!!) jars and canned goods, so you can rest easy knowing that your chickpeas, tomato soups, and green beans are tucked away safely and easily reachable.

    can organizer on counter holding various cans of food

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