Mugs are cozy, mugs are cute, but often, you have so many that mugs are all you have space for in your already overcrowded cabinet. This week, we've found one that'll stack delightfully with all your others. Plus, five more items to make your kitchen the most "clever" part of your home.
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Area ware Confetti Cup
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Confetti Cups
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Confetti Cups

$22 each; areaware.com

So many coffee cups have handles that take up prime cabinet real estate. These chic stacking versions save space with raised grips.

Breakfast Cleanable Whisk
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Breakfast Cleanable Whisk

$30; williams-sonoma.com

The beaded tips help this tool beat eggs, mix marinade, and blend batter in a flash. A built-in slider cleans the tines.

Soap Dispensing Sponge Holder
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Soap Dispensing Sponge Holder

$21; oxo.com

Fill the holder with dish soap, then press your sponge on it to dispense the sudsy stuff. After the dishes are done, rest the sponge on the vented ledge for quick drying.

The Chef’s Press
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Chef's Press

$14; thechefspress.com

For evenly grilled fish or a fast sear on a steak, just plop this press on top. It helps the food maintain better contact with the grill or pan.

Cheese Knife
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Cheese Knife

$17; pamperedchef.com

Use the knife to cut soft cheese, like Brie, and the planer to slice semifirm cheese, like Cheddar. The fork tip moves the piece right onto your cracker, no fingers required.

Food Market Tea Towel
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Food Market Tea Towel

$26; lanasshop.com

Berries: fridge or counter? Just check this adorably illustrated towel that features storage advice for 18 fruits and veggies, plus eggs.