Even if your fridge is neat and tidy and your countertops are spotless, your cabinets might be the one area of your kitchen that is lacking organization. Not only do they house everything from food and utensils to pots and pans and appliances but, since the interiors are usually hidden, it's easy to shove everything inside, close the doors and pretend they are just as clean as the rest of your kitchen. If your New Year's resolution is to finally bring some sanity to your kitchen-cabinet chaos, head on over to Amazon. The mega-retailer has tons of organizers from one of their most popular brands, YouCopia, on sale right now, so you can declutter your shelves without breaking the bank. To help you get started we've rounded up the nine best deals happening now.
StoreMore Cookware Rack Adjustable Pan Organizer$39
StoraLid Food Container Lid Organizer$27$30Save $3
UpSpace Water Bottle Cabinet Organizer$25
RollOut Caddy Under Sink Organizer$30
ShelfSteps Can Organizer$20
StoraBag Drawer Food Bags Dispenser$20
SpiceLiner Spice Drawer Liner$17
SinkSuite Under Sink Turntable with Adjustable Dividers$30
TeaStand Tea Bag Organizer$30
One shopper called the StoreMore a “game-changer” before adding, “Once in a while, you come across a product that actually deserves that descriptor. I read about this in a blog, and I got it yesterday, and it's "Wwhere have you been my whole life?" I'm able to organize our huge frying pans, lids, splatter shields, and I don't have to worry about damage to the nonstick surfaces.”
“I wish I had bought something like this sooner,” wrote one rueful but raving reviewer. “Initially I wished it were bigger, but it can actually fit a lot of lids in it. I brought a new set of 30 storage containers, and all of the lids perfectly fit in it. It seems sturdy enough, so I am happy with my purchase so far.”
“What a difference this made in organizing and storing our water bottles,” noted one hurrah-ing hydrator. “Easier access, and much neater storage. I was able to get 15 bottles stored (and had room behind for less-used bottles that I prob should just donate). But anyway, super happy with this product!”
One (now) happy homemaker gushed, “It's perfect under my kitchen sink. Holds more than I expected. My under-sink cabinet is now much more useful and I can find what I need faster and easier. I didn't think I needed a rolling organizer, but the rollers make it super easy to get the less-used items that I want to keep toward the back.”
“I was tired of my canned goods going past expiration dates because they were getting lost behind other things in my pantry,” wrote one conscientious consumer. “With this system, everything is clearly visible, and I stack them with the newest items on top and the ones that need to be used next on the bottom. It also makes it easier to see at a glance what I need to add to my shopping list.”
One reviewer called it “a real problem solver.” Then added, “It's great having all of my bags in one well-organized place! No more smashed-up, sloppy boxes to deal with.”
“This is perfect if you want to keep your counters clear and don’t want to dig through cabinets for the spices needed,” said one tasteful reviewer. “Love how being able to open the drawer and there are all spices laid out for easy access. Easy to organize by alphabet or just set them in; it saves the time of digging through a cabinet.”
“Perfect for under-the-sink storage, fits large items, turntable makes everything accessible. Very easy to assemble and item is sturdy. Will be purchasing more of these for all of my bathroom cabinets,” said one customer.
One shopper described it as “clean and functional” before adding, “This tea organizer is so pretty, yet functional. I wasn’t looking for a big tea display holder. But something with clean lines, simple, with functionality. It has checked all my boxes and then some. It looks perfect in the kitchen but would be great in an office or a coffee nook.”
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The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.