15 Useful Kitchen Products For People Who Love Being Organized

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1. An expandable cabinet shelf for twice(!) the space to group like with like — i.e., all the white mugs can live separately from the rando initial mugs people keep giving you from the Anthro sale section.

I mean, those mugs are great too! Has sturdy iron construction, expands from 15.75 inches to 30 inches wide, and can hold plates, bowls, cups, and other fine china.Promising review: "We bought four of these to increase shelf space in our small kitchen. They are sturdy and attractive, easy to clean, and quite functional. They are adjustable to different lengths, which turned out to be important (I measured one area wrong). One of the shelves is holding four plastic bins that contain about 6 lbs. each of dry goods when full. I would recommend these if you need a little more shelving." —Ms JudieGet it from Amazon for $23.09 (bronze) or Jet for $23.09 (bronze, gray).

I mean, those mugs are great too! Has sturdy iron construction, expands from 15.75 inches to 30 inches wide, and can hold plates, bowls, cups, and other fine china.

Promising review: “We bought four of these to increase shelf space in our small kitchen. They are sturdy and attractive, easy to clean, and quite functional. They are adjustable to different lengths, which turned out to be important (I measured one area wrong). One of the shelves is holding four plastic bins that contain about 6 lbs. each of dry goods when full. I would recommend these if you need a little more shelving.” —Ms Judie

2. A mountable stemware rack that can sidle up under shelves behind closed doors or behind glass cabinet doors.

Promising review: “My talented husband installed these in my china cabinet with excellent results! By securing two matching stained oak strips to the front inside edge opening and solid back before installing wine racks, I now have easy access to wine glasses and additional room on an upper glass shelf for additional small plates, smaller wine glasses, and containers. In addition, he replaced the old 1984 standard bulb with a string of plug-in LED lights in between the two added oak strips, complete with a toggle switch on the outside to turn lights on or off as desired and that dramatically increased lighting. The end result is simply awesome!” —Dodie Hall

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