10 Great Organizational Tools for Your Kitchen

When it comes to cleaning and organizing, there is a lot to recommend gadgetry. One can turn her empty cupboards into super organized spaces with just a few tricks. After all, if you’ve ever searched through stacks of sheet trays, pots and pans looking for the right sized lid for your saucepan only to crash and bang and drop them on your toes, you’ll know the importance of having everything in view and in easy reach.

It is all about maximizing storage space, setting things up so you can see into the void and keep your kitchen clean and neat. And with everything so easily accessible, it will minimize food wastage and help you plan your family meals a little more easily.

I have scoured Amazon for the best tools for the job, and I present them here for your pleasure.

Cabinet Organizers

1. 6 Piece Cabinet Organizer Set – $20

This bit of kit will help you to organize your cupboards in such a way that nothing is lost and everything is in easy reach. Make better use of shelf space and optimize all available cupboard real estate!

kitchen pantry organizer rack

2. Kitchen Pantry Organizer Rack – $12.47

This rack will allow you to store long pans or cutting boards vertically to cut down on germs and allow easy access.

kitchen wrap organizer wrap

3. Kitchen Wrap Organizer Rack – $11.57

This little rack allows you to easily store all of your various kitchen wraps – foil, plastic baggies, cling wrap, wax paper, etc – without getting lost in drawers.

Pot lid organizer

4. Pot Lid Organizer – $12.99

This genius bit of kit is totally adjustable, and it allows you to more easily store the lids to your pots and pans.

organize it all can rack

5. Organize It All Can Rack – $26.96

This is a brilliant piece of equipment for storing cans. If you have a pantry or cupboard with tall shelves, you are usually stuck stacking cans on top of each other, hardly able to see exactly what you have. This solution offers you the ability to see at a glance exactly how much of each can you have.

Under shelf basket wrap

6. Under Shelf Basket Wrap Rack – $10.87

This is another brilliant invention. Simply slip the little rack onto the existing shelf in your cupboard, and you have an extra shelf to store random bits that wouldn’t otherwise fit!

Wall mount grocery bag dispenser

7. Wall Mount Grocery Bag Dispenser – $9.99

Perhaps you are like me, and you save your grocery bags. Who wants to send tons of plastic to the landfill when you can reuse them for other things? But storage is a problem, and it’s hard to keep them all separate. So this handy dispenser allows you to keep your bags and have them easily accessible for any possible use.

Broom and Mop Organizer

8. Magic Holder 5-Position Wall Organizer – $15.43

In my home, I have no place to store my brooms and mops, so they are out in the garage. It makes it so difficult to clean up spills easily. But with this little gadget, you can have all of your cleaning supplies right there with you, out of the way of others and yet ready to go at a moment’s notice. Hang it inside your pantry for an even more discreet hiding place.

Organizer Spice Rack

9. Organizer Rack 20 Cabinet Door Spice Clips – $8.95

Again, maximizing available space, this handy organizer allows you to hang your spices inside the door of your cupboard. It keeps them off the shelves, and it allows you to find what you need with minimal effort.

Fancy Chalkboard Stickers

10. 22 Fancy Rectangle Chalkboard Stickers – $10.95

Maybe you’re stuck with some plain storage solutions – old cannisters of flour or sugar or pasta. Maybe you can’t afford to buy a whole lot more, but you want to jazz up what you’ve already got. Well these are perfect for you. A selection of cute peel and stick tags that you can personalize with chalk! And if the contents change, just erase the tag and start again. Makes any space instantly cuter.

There are all sorts of ways to make your kitchen work better for you. I hope you’ve found something interesting here.


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Katie Reed

Katie Reed

Katie Reed is a 38 year old mom blogger from Salt Lake City, UT. She is married to the man of her dreams and together they have four beautiful boys. Dexter is 9, Daniel is 7, Chester is 5 and Wilder is 2. She writes about living with mental health issues while navigating motherhood. Her blog focuses on tips and tricks for moms, information and parenting news, kid-friendly recipes and crafts. She loves to reflect on the humorous side of parenthood and shares the reality of her life, with a "warts and all" attitude.

7 Responses

  1. Perfect timing, so glad I came across this post as I was just weeping silently about the state of my pantry. I love the storage containers. Thanks for sharing! (visiting from SITS Comment Love!)

  2. Now I just need someone to come over and do the organizing for me 😉
    Thanks for sharing on the #HomeMattersParty . I hope you will join us again next week.

  3. love all the gadgets still trying to tame my cabinets thanks for sharing pinning and sharing have a great week

  4. I need the rack for holding foil and all those goodies.

    Thank you so much for sharing at Thoughts of Home on Thursday. Pinning. 🙂

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