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    36 Products That'll Get The Clutter Off Your Counters

    Organizing your surfaces makes life much easier, leaving clutter around is simply counter intuitive.

    1. A cabinet hammock — a fun fruit bowl replacement for folks who love having produce ~hanging~ around within eyesight (and extra, uncluttered counter space on top of that). 

    Hammock hanging on bottom of cabinet with several pieces of fruit on it
    Far shot of kitchen counter with two hammocks on either side of the cabinets
    Macra-YAY Macrame / Etsy

    Lesli Lenover's shop has all things macrame...even mini plant hangers for your car! The shop is based in Indianapolis.

    Promising review: "I was so excited to clear off counter space by getting rid of my fruit bowl. The quality is great, thank you!" —Melinda Myrick

    Get it from Macra-YAY Macrame on Etsy for $32.

    2. A CovoBox that's hollow on the inside, so you can cover your Wi-Fi router with elegant "books" instead of leaving it out on display. What a *novel* idea! 

    before and after showing how what looks like a bunch of gold and tan books actually hides a wifi box and Alexa device
    Amazon Handmade

    Before adding this to your cart, you have the option to customize it, including selecting from 14 lengths and 15 colors (including custom colors). The CovoBox is made from reclaimed books and sustainable wood.

    BTW — Covogoods is a family-owned small business creating home decor in Utah!

    Promising review: "I’m pretty sure I’ve never loved a purchase from Amazon as much as I love this one. This product is EXTREMELY well made and very unique. Plus, it does the job of hiding the ugly routers and cords. And the customer service was great and responsive. I was a little hesitant to spend the money on this but after years of living with the husband’s pile of technology, the money was well spent!" —AmazonEmme

    Get it from Covogoods on Amazon Handmade for $29+ (available in customizable sizes and colors).

    3. A two-tier cabinet turntable great to organize medicine bottles and products. Grab this and keep yourself from doubling up on the lotions and potions you have taking over your counters.

    4. A water bottle and tumbler organizer that has made the rounds on TikTok for a reason! Your emotional support water bottle is gonna be safe and snug in here, instead of always sitting out on your counter.

    5. A spice jar set with 18 different bamboo lidded jars. With this, you'll be able to display your eclectic spice collection on the counter...without it looking like a cluttered catastrophe.

    Several jars of spices with matching labels

    6. An under-cabinet drawer with a shelf on top — that vertical storage space can help you neatly pack away products that would otherwise end up on display on the top of the fridge or counter.

    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

    7. A clear cereal dispenser that'll organize your kitchen and prove it's what's on the inside (of the cereal box) that counts. Who knew cereal could look so lovely?

    Three containers filled with different types of cereal

    8. A 10-piece set of drawer organizers to maximize the useful space inside drawers so you can get stuff off the counters. That random coffee cup full of pens may actually be filled with COFFEE soon, once the pens have a proper place.

    9. A roll-up drying rack made with metal grates covered in soft silicone that'll prevent scratches and take up basically no storage space. Roll this on top of the sink when in use and tuck it away in a drawer when the dishes are done! It dries fast, so no worries about drippings in your drawers.

    reviewer's sink with the rack over half a side of it
    reviewers tea set and peppers on the rack over a sink

    Promising review: "This is very sturdy and it allows air into cups, pans, etc. to dry easily – unlike a drying pad. It holds heavy pans with no problem. The color is soft and goes great with my white and gray countertops and it's extremely functional. It's easy to clean, just roll it up and store it under the sink. Highly recommend. 👍🏻" —Denise

    Get it from Amazon for $24.98+ (available in three sizes). 

    10. A cabinet door organizer so your awkwardly shaped plastic wrap and cutting boards won't get left out when your roommate can't find an obvious place to put them.

    11. An over-the-door organizer with clear pockets that'll make finding things (whether in your pantry, garage, or bathroom) as easy as it is to put them back in their place...keep that tidy flow going!

    12. A garden drying rack that's gonna look like a darling display on your counter when it feels like your home is being taken over by baby bottles.

    Person drying bottles and tops on cactus-and-grass designed drying rack

    13. A set of food storage containers for anyone who wants a pantry that looks like Pinterest perfection (and a clutter-free countertop). If your kitchen has been so disorganized you have to play a game of Eye Spy every time you look for your potato chips, these are here for you.

    14. A KitchenAid attachment organizer that's easily gonna fasten under your upper cabinet so you no longer have to dig through drawers to find the gadget you need. In all honesty, at this very moment I have THREE of these attachments sitting on my counter beside my KitchenAid. I...need this.

    The attachments and organizer hanging from a cabinet

    15. A magnetic stove shelf since you always have your go-to spices and condiments out on your countertop anyway. This'll free up space and make their placement look neat, tidy, and intentional.

    The shelf on top of the back of a stove range holding oil, salt and pepper shakers, other spices, and a mortar and pestle

    16. An adjustable over-the-toilet storage shelf to give you useful shelf space in a previously useless spot. Store bottles and brushes on their own or throw them inside matching baskets for a more uniform look. Either way, it's better than using your bathroom counter space.

    17. A Growlight frame shelf that'll keep your plants healthy, happy, and off your counter tops if there's no longer space on your windowsills for your growing plant family.

    A product shot of the light frame hung up and holding three small potted plants

    18. A clever storage cube so you can keep 96 pens, pencils, markers, brushes, and other tiny tools upright and organized.

    19. A walnut bath caddy so you have all the essentials by your side during a relaxing bath *and* know they won't fall off the edge of the bathtub.

    An Etsy shop owner's photograph of their wood caddy, with a slot for and iPad, a smartphone, and a cup holder. The wood is a flat piece that's long enough to extend past both sides of the tub.

    20. An outlet shelf — this'll hold anything up to 10 pounds and keep things off your counters when they need a quick charge.

    21. An over-the-sink dish drying rack sure to please anyone living with a tiny kitchen who knows a lack of counter space is a big problem.

    22. A rotating utensil holder — a useful ~spin~ on storage you're gonna be glad you have around.

    A stainless steel rotating dispenser

    23. A cutting board prep station so you can slice, dice, and store your meal prepped masterpieces all at once. A cluttered counter while cooking can end in catastrophe! 

    a person chopping watermelon on the board
    sliced fruits in the containers

    Promising review: "I purchased this product because I do a lot of food prep and have challenges placing prepared cuttings into containers. This unique cutting board allows me to cut various foods and slide them through an opening directly into a sealable plastic container. the time savings and organization allows for faster prep time. The bamboo board works well for this purpose." —N Hara

    Get it from Amazon for $59.98.

    24. A 3-in-1 wireless charger to rid your side table or countertop of pesky charging cords. Charge your iPhone, Apple Watch, and AirPods all at the same time, and all in the same place! No tangled-up collection of cords needed. 

    Promising review: "I love this charging station! I‘m one of those people who has all the Apple things, so being able to charge my phone, watch, and AirPod Pros at the same time is a total game changer for me. I can’t even guess how many times I’ve misplaced my AirPods because I didn’t have a dedicated place for them. Now there’s no question where they are every morning. Not only that, but the charger is pretty fast (especially for the watch and earbuds) and the station itself is easy to set up and use." —Anonymous

    Get it from Amazon for $35.99+ (available in four colors).

    25. A pack of eco-friendly hair, face, or body bars so you can enjoy a bath or shower without plastic bottles getting all up in your personal bubble.

    A pack of three different bar samples, some heart-shaped and others square

    26. A set of apothecary jars, an aesthetically pleasing solution for keeping things you need by the sink lookin' cute.

    27. A metal desk organizer that'll keep those pesky work products (pens, sticky notes, paper clips, and the like) from staying scattered around your laptop.

    review photo showing laptop organizer

    28. A slide-out storage tower you can hide in any tight crevice to give yourself some serious extra storage space.

    29. A magnetic tool set so your garage stays organized and your shop doesn't end up looking like a ~tool~ uses it.

    30. A marble organization tray — this is gonna organize every tiny tool you have laying around. And it's gonna do it so well you're sure to ~marble~ at it every time you see it!

    A cube tray with four square storage spots placed at different heights. One has room for brushes, another toothpaste, and the last two are large enough for nail polish and small serum bottles