5 Unexpected Ways to Simplify Your Kitchen

Small glass jars with silver caps filled with spices, grains, and other food.

Cut the clutter in your home with these five kitchen organizers. From an over-the-door storage rack to simplified cabinet storage, you'll be able to find exactly what you're looking for without making a mess.

Three-tier compact kitchen cabinet pull-out drawer placed inside of a white cabinet and filled with wine bottles and canned food. photo

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Kitchen Cabinet Pull-Out Drawer Organizer

Fit more snacks in your cabinet when you install this sliding pull-out organizer. With three wire shelves you'll have room for extra goodies, canned food, and even the bottles of wine you stocked up on when they were on sale. Note: This cabinet organizer comes with installation hardware and is ideal for bottom cabinets with at least a 9-inch opening.

To Buy: $46 (usually $60); wayfair.com

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Rhodes Kitchen Crock

This ceramic kitchen crock may not be the first thing that comes to mind when de-cluttering your counters, but it works wonders for storing everyday utensils. Fill the small size with short utensils like a pizza cutter and whisk, and use the large size for tongs and ladles. We recommend placing these vintage-style containers next to your stove for easy access.

To Buy: $30–$39; potterybarn.com

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White adjustable wrap organizer with eight racks holding sandwich bags, plastic wrap, and aluminum foil. photo

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Adjustable Wrap Organizer

Don't let your aluminum foil, plastic wrap, and sandwich bags take up an entire drawer in your kitchen. Instead, save space with this wrap organizer. It comes with eight racks that can be adjusted to fit exactly what you need and neatly tucks inside almost any cabinet.

To Buy: $15; containerstore.com

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White over-the-door-storage rack for the kitchen hanging on a white door filled with candles, lotions, and a plant. photo

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Over-The-Door Storage Rack

When you think of an over-the-door storage rack, you probably envision it in the bathroom or in your bedroom—but it can also be used as extra storage space for your kitchen. Place it over your pantry door and fill it with canned food, spices, or cleaning products, and hang your apron on the bottom rack.

To Buy: $69; urbanoutfitters.com

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Wooden organizer for food storage containers placed in a white cabinet filled with red lids for clear tupperware. photo

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Rev-A-Shelf Storage Container Organizer

If your food storage containers are piled in a heap in one of your cabinets (and are always missing a matching lid), this handy device could be your solution. Install this wooden container organizer in a cabinet between 15 and 21 inches wide. It features two shelves to separate lids from containers, and the top shelf has wired sections to ensure the lids stay together with their coordinating sizes.

To Buy: $380; bedbathandbeyond.com

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