33 Ideas For Your Most Organized Kitchen Ever

#11 is a total game-changer.

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If you've struggled to keep your kitchen organized, you're not alone. The struggle is all too real, but there's hope for your biggest (and smallest) problem spots. These practical ideas really work, so you won't be overwhelmed by clutter — or veer into organization overload, where you have a box for each individual item you own. And, if you need more inspo, check out our best cabinet and pantry organization ideas. Who has the most organized kitchen on the block? Oh, that'd be you.

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Driven by Decor
File Sports Bottles

Water Bottle Storage Rack, $20, amazon.com

Water bottles are a pain to store, often falling over (seemingly on their own!) in a cabinet — and then falling on your head when you open that cabinet. Instead, place bottles on their side in a repurposed magazine holder. You can also find stackable caddies specifically for bottles, which will stow them on their side too.

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IKEA
Hang Mugs

Shelf With Hooks, $29, amazon.com

Because of their shape and handles, mugs can take up valuable space in cabinets. Hanging them by their handles from a shelf solves the problem while also keeping them in reach when you need your next caffeine fix.

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For Rent via Megan Duesterhaus
Sort Utensils

Mason Jars, $19, amazon.com

Never burn your butter on the hot stove again, because you can't find a spatula among your tongs and whisks. This blogger made categories for her jars to make it easy to find what she needs for dinner — even when in a rush.

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The Frugal Homemaker
Stack Snacks

3-Tier Basket, $16, amazon.com

Not only do tiered baskets save serious counter space, but they can also help create systems within your household. For instance, you can put healthy snacks on the bottom and treats, which require parental permission, on top.

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Kathryn Wirsing
Use Risers

Risers, $9, amazon.com

These savvy organizers give your cabinet twice as much surface space and can be used for just about any collection, including bakeware (), dishes, food storage containers and more.

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I Heart Organizing
Use Wicker Baskets

Wicker Baskets, $50, amazon.com

If you do run out of drawer or cabinet space, baskets are your friend. As long as you use these organizers to corral items like towels in one place, the overflow should stay under control.

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rev-a-shelf
Customize Drawers

Food Storage Container Organizer, $202, amazon.com

Nothing makes post-dinner cleanup more frustrating than piles of storage lids and containers that don't match. But this organizer comes with adjustable dividers that allow you to customize your drawer to fit your needs.

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My So-Called Life
Store Tools Together

Cork Board, $26, amazon.com

Drawers can feel like black holes, especially if you suddenly realize you need a half-teaspoon halfway through a recipe. Use a corkboard to hang them on the door of your baking cabinet instead.

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The Social Home
Add Labels

Teal Labels, $18, amazon.com

Basic containers become way more adorable when you add teal labels on the front. Even better: They'll create a cohesive style for a space that's usually an abyss of neutral colors and Campbell Soup labels.

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Kathryn Wirsing
Mix & Match

Kitchen & Pantry Organizer, $11, amazon.com

Don't feel limited to just using one product per cabinet. , a hook, dividers and a hanging caddy ensure every inch of this tall and narrow space is being used to its fullest potential.

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DIY Passion
Add A Bonus Pantry

Slim Storage Cart, $42, amazon.com

Instead of packing your pantry so full you can't find the popcorn on movie night, nestle a savvy vertical organizer into the empty space next to your refrigerator.

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The Whoot
Use A Lazy Susan

Bamboo Turntable, $11, amazon.com

You can pack cans into the deepest corners of your pantry with the help of a savvy Lazy Susan that makes finding black beans and salsa for Mexican night a breeze.

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The Kitchn
Label Frozen Foods

A ground rule you should always follow: Label everything in your freezer. If you want to make your life even easier, make sure the label faces outward.

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Domestic Diva Domain
Try A Shower Caddy

Shower Caddy, $16, amazon.com

Even though this storage device usually hangs from a shower head, it's just as useful on a command hook in your kitchen and will keep fresh produce top of mind when whipping up dinner. (Nothing's worse than realizing you let the peppers for tonight's fajitas go bad.)

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The 2 Seasons
Use A Towel Holder

Towel Rack, $9, amazon.com

Apparently, these organizers can hold a lot more than just fluffy white towels. When mounted on the side of your cabinet, it becomes streamlined storage for clunky pots and pans.

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Kathryn Wirsing
Get Command Hooks

Command Hooks, $19, amazon.com

Instead of taking up valuable cabinet space with these clunky items, use Command Hooks to hang them on an unused wall, . Start by hanging the biggest items first, then incorporate the medium-sized ones and finish with the smallest items.

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One Lucky Pickle
Store Spices On Your Fridge

Magnet Sheets, $7, amazon.com

Don't take up valuable shelf space with short jars of spices. Instead, put them in baby food jars with magnets on the lid so you can grab and go with ease when you're cooking.

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Domestic Imperfection
Get Creative With Shelves

Mesh Drawer, $7, amazon.com

The narrow wall space between the pantry shelves and the door is usually totally forgotten — but narrow cubbies add extra storage for your favorite spices and sauces.

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White Tulip Designs
Use Wasted Side Space

Magazine Rack, $12, amazon.com

The side of your cabinet is just begging for a greater purpose: Enter a magazine rack for all those food reads packed with favorite recipes.

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Pretty Providence
Get A Shoe Organizer

Shoe Organizer, $9, amazon.com

Forget your sneakers. The pockets in these hanging organizers are just as useful for your favorite spices, snacks, and more.

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Tatertots & Jello
Use Cabinet Doors

Utensil Holder, $13, amazon.com

Don't store nasty dish scrubbers on your counter — stash them in utensil holders below your sink instead.

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The Hyper House
Hang Some Hooks

Command Hooks, $9, amazon.com

Oddly-shaped cooking utensils, like all the blades and whisks for your stand mixer, don't usually fit neatly into a drawer. To save space, hang them on small hooks inside your cabinet.

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IKEA Hackers
Hide Appliances

It's common sense: The more things out and about on your counter, the more cluttered your kitchen will feel. Hide big items (that don't move often) behind an appliance garage door.

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Classy Clutter
Invest In Pretty Containers

Plastic Jars, $27. amazon.com

The easiest way to keep your pantry tidy? Buy some pretty containers that make you want to keep your space in order.

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Kevin & Amanda
File Bakeware

Pan Organizer, $25, amazon.com

Instead of stacking heavy glass dishes on top of each other, stack them vertically or horizontally with the help of narrow wire organizers usually found in offices.

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A Beautiful Mess
Put Pans On Walls

Pegboard Panels, $50, amazon.com

Pegboards are super convenient when you don't have enough cabinet space for your pot and pan collection. Chalk outlines give each item a home, so you never have to hunt for your sauce pan when heating up a batch of marinara.

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Merrypad
Use Dowels

Dowel Rods, $25, amazon.com

Doesn't it seem like every time you go to grab a plastic container for your leftovers, the lid is missing? Use a sliding drawer and wooden pegs to keep all of your items in an orderly cabinet.

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IKEA Hackers
Add Extra Drawers

Drawer Tray Organizer, $21, amazon.com

If your shelves don't offer enough storage, add drawers stacked within the shelf to maximize what you can store in your space.

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Simply Organized
Make Everyday Tasks Easier

Paper Towel Holder, $12, amazon.com

Instead of letting your rolls of trash bags get tangled up under your sink, a dispenser lets you pull one off at a time. Bonus points if you use this tactic for your recycling bags, too.

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Daily Garnish
Shelve Your Door

Spice Rack, $17, amazon.com

Who says your pantry door can't keep up with the packed shelves inside? Here, two racks add storage for 30 tasty spices.

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