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An over-the-door organizer so you can see your inventory and save pantry space, perfect for people who need to maximize small spaces.
Or, a set of spice-gripper clips that’ll free up that spice cabinet space for a water bottle holder or more packs of ramen.
A storage cabinet if your apartment has a beautiful view but virtually no kitchen storage. This is a great option for you! Attach it to your door hinges and put all of your go-to foods here for quick and easy access.
A stackable countertop egg rack perfect for the daily egg eater so you can see your beauties on the counter every morning and make sure you’re stocked up for your breakfast omelet.
A sworn-by airtight storage container set to not only keep your food fresh, but also add visual appeal to your kitchen.
Or, a set of color-coded nesting storage containers that’ll only take up space when in use. If you’re not using them, they can ~nest~ inside of each other giving room to other things you need in the moment.
Clear bins so you can keep things organized but not hidden. Clearly, you have enough cans of corn.
A stackable can rack if you’re done blindly reaching your hand into the cabinet to feel around for the last can of chicken noodle soup.
A magnetic visual grocery list that you can stick on your fridge to keep track of your grocery needs and a quick glance will tell you that you don’t have everything you need for ~Taco Tuesday~. And, if you have kids, it’s a great way to include them in the grocery shopping.
A collapsible storage bin to pop out when you need it and pop down when you don’t. They’re great for holding your produce.
A tea bag organizer so you can easily see when your stash of peppermint tea starts to get low and realize that you never need to buy English Breakfast for the rest of the year (you have more than enough).
A four-tier rack for a slim stylish storage solution to hold your beverages, coffee, wine, or snacks.
Or, a sandwich back organizer for your kitchen drawer. Seriously, how do we not think of this sooner?
A stackable organizer because you buy in bulk so you need twice the space to stack your canned goods.
A wall-mount broom holder if you’re tired of knocking over all the cleaning supplies in the corner of the closet every time you reach for a broom. It’s also great for people who live in studio apartments who need to maximize every ounce of space they can.
A lid holder caddy because every pot has a lid, and despite not finding any in the cabinet, every Tupperware container has a lid, too. Now you can keep track of yours with room to spare for your other kitchen knickknacks.
Pet food storage complete with wheels that lets you and your furry companion notice when the food is getting low. I’m sure your pet will notice before you do.
A mess-free storage bin with a spout because I, too, am one of those people who spills rice all over the counter every time. This container is clutch because not only does it have an easy pour spout, but it also comes with a measuring cup.
A lazy Susan so you don’t have to blindly stab at unknown bottles hoping it’s the teriyaki sauce. Just swivel this tray around and find exactly what you’re looking for.
A set of custom vinyl clips to clamp onto storage baskets to keep track of what’s inside, even if you can’t actually see what’s inside.
A set of shatter-resistant, leak-proof, air-tight containers that are great for leftovers or meal-prepping and won’t absorb the smells of the food they hold.
A pack of reusable chalkboard labels because putting salt in your tea is a mistake we only want to make once. Labeling your storage containers can not only tell you what they are, but they can also hold expiration dates.
An adjustable bakeware rack that’ll allow you to slide out your cookie sheet without causing all of the other pans to slide out and all over the floor.
Wall-mountable baskets for added kitchen decor or a kitchen catch all. Truly the possibilities are endless. You can fill it with jars of food, your farmers market produce, or a notebook and pen for jotting down ideas.
Wall-mounted sponge caddies you can hang inside of your pantry to hold the little items that often get lost in the shuffle like packaged seasonings.
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