5. A pull-down spice rack for double checking you’re grabbing the bottle of cumin, even though you *already know* it’s on the third row, second from the left.
Promising review: “Being vertically challenged, this is a must-have in the kitchen! The rack brackets were fairly easy to install using a step stool. It’s simple to put together and use. If you have minimal cabinet shelf space, only the shorter spice bottles will fit on the top shelf of this rack when it is put up in position (ours have 9-inch between shelves). Two-inch spice bottles will only fit with five across each shelf, leaving room on the side for smaller bottles. Those that are 1.5 inches would probably have worked better, but I like the larger 6-ounce bottles for storage and larger labeling. The bottles do slide around a little when moving it, but that’s expected. I loved it so much that I bought a second one!” —JaStar
6. An adjustable drawer-organizing system that’ll grow with you and your kitchen utensil arsenal.
Promising review: “I have a really small drawer for mine and my son’s utensils. Couldn’t find anything that would fit the drawer. Baskets were too narrow, too big, not long enough…and a basket for forks, knives, and spoons was too much. THIS PRODUCT FIT PERFECTLY. I cut it to the size I needed and when I open the drawer, NOTHING MOVES.” —Katia Uriarte