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23 Things That Will Make Your Kitchen So Much More Organized

Get your spoons in order.

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1. A set of magnetic buttons that keep your towels off the floor.

A cute solution if your kitchen doesn't have a good place to hang your towels. Get the set for $15.99 here.

2. Two dowels for mounting rolls of trash bags under your sink.

See how to do it here.
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See how to do it here.

3. And two smaller dowels for your foil and parchment paper.

Get the tutorial here.
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Get the tutorial here.

4. These DIY drawer dividers made from foam board and wrapping paper.

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5. A fruit basket that adjusts to hold whatever fruit you're currently stocked up on.

Or whatever basket mood you happen to be in. Get it here for $20.
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Or whatever basket mood you happen to be in. Get it here for $20.

6. A drying rack that rolls out to sit over your sink.

You can use it for drying dishes or for washing vegetables. Get it for $9.27 here.
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You can use it for drying dishes or for washing vegetables. Get it for $9.27 here.

7. A coffee measuring spoon that doubles as a clip for your bag of beans.

Get it for $8 here.
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Get it for $8 here.

8. Magazine holders for filing away your pantry staples.

If you're worried about storing your potatoes and onions right next to one another, put them on separate shelves. From here.
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If you're worried about storing your potatoes and onions right next to one another, put them on separate shelves. From here.

9. And a second set of magazine holders for organizing your re-useable water bottles.

See the rest of this incredibly organized kitchen and pantry here.
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See the rest of this incredibly organized kitchen and pantry here.

10. A healthy snack drawer in the fridge so you (and your kids) always have something tasty to grab.

From here.

11. An airtight container that will keep sprinkles or baking soda fresh.

And it comes with a leveler and shaker, so you can bake or sprinkle perfectly every time. Get it here for $5.95.
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And it comes with a leveler and shaker, so you can bake or sprinkle perfectly every time. Get it here for $5.95.

12. An inclined paper sorter that makes it easy to grab the baking sheets you need out of your lower cabinets.

Get a similar one here, and read more about the idea here.
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Get a similar one here, and read more about the idea here.

13. Or if you have a bigger baking supply ~collection~, a few tension rods to divide your cabinet into easy-access sections.

From here.

14. A spaghetti canister that also measures out the perfect number of noodles.

If you need only one serving, you open the smallest part of the lid; if you need four servings, you open the largest part. It's $26.99 here.

15. An empty tissue box to store all of your loose plastic grocery bags.

It's easy to mount to the inside of a kitchen cabinet, too. From here.
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It's easy to mount to the inside of a kitchen cabinet, too. From here.

16. A dishwasher magnet that tells you whether the dishes inside are dirty or clean.

This social media-y one is $7, here, and the hand-painted one is $15, here.

17. An old Gatorade bottle to keep your chocolate chips in check.

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18. A set of magnetic spice tins that you can hang on the side of your fridge.

Get the set for $22 here.
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Get the set for $22 here.

19. Stretchy silicone covers that can save your fruit and veggies or your canned food.

$10 for a set of four, here.

20. A few sets of hooks to make all of your baking tools easy to grab when it's time for a batch of cookies.

From here, and you can get similar hooks for $3.69 here.
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From here, and you can get similar hooks for $3.69 here.

21. A wine rack that converts to only take up as much space as you have wine.

And in three-bottle mode, there's a convenient handle. It's $24.99 here.

22. A cute homemade recycling center so you don't have to sort your trash on trash day.

Get the how-to here.
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Get the how-to here.

23. Or an insanely divided trash can that sorts your trash, recycling, and compost all in one container.

It's a splurge at $250 and you have to have a pretty big kitchen for it, but it just might be the solution to all of your waste woes. Get it here.
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It's a splurge at $250 and you have to have a pretty big kitchen for it, but it just might be the solution to all of your waste woes. Get it here.