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Storage is a never-ending conundrum in a kitchen, regardless of whether yours includes a pantry, or you're currently storing your canned goods in the oven. There never seems to be enough space for what you need, and placing items out on the counter in dingy plastic container just isn't an ideal option. Picking something that's visually pleasing and functional can be a bit of a dilemma. More
When it comes to home organization, one place that tends to get overlooked is the refrigerator. I love the idea of using trays and bins to keep the refrigerator tidy and neat. Plus, if anything opens or spills, these will keep the mess contained.
I'm all about clearing out the cluttered mess that makes up my cabinets, and these nifty wall-mounted dispensers could do just that. I envision them replacing my canisters for flour and sugar and freeing up some valuable counter space.
These oversized apothecary jars are a more elegant version of mason jars. Perfect for storing rice, pasta, nuts, jellybeans, flour, sugar and much more, they will prettify any pantry.
I cannot rave enough about these glass canisters. I have looked for sturdy glass canisters to store my sugars, flour and oatmeal in on the counter, and I am thrilled with these. For less than $10 each, they are exactly what I was looking for.
Oh dear, Mrs. Fields has been reading those cross-marketing books again. What's next? Cookie dough antacids.
I'd like to line a few of these basic canister jars holding some cooking essentials and grains along the countertop.
One of each, please! I love a white kitchen as much as anyone, but these colorful canisters are sure to add a little personality and fun to the countertops.
Get the rustic look along with a little charm, courtesy of these nesting herb crates. Fill with plants, cookbooks, or whatever you like for added storage space in the kitchen.
A nice size glass display jar for items like lentils, pastas, legumes and the like. We have to say that seeing these items sitting out in the kitchen does provide a welcome reminder to cook with them...
I love these stackable crates. They're a great way to get a farmers'-market feel in your own kitchen.
Stackable Fruit Crates
As a baker, I am in need of flour, sugar and oatmeal regularly, but I also enjoy a clean and well-organized counter. These white ceramic crocks look wonderful and store a large amount of any ingredient I might need.
Everything looks better in glass jars. I'd love to get my hands on about 20 of these. Using these will make any pantry or cupboard look less cluttered and far more pretty.
Spice Carousel Collection-Spins on ball bearing swivel - 3 1/2" glass bottles, caps, sifters & labels included. Maple wood w/ a lacquer finish. Spices not included
Don't stash fruits and veggies in the fridge — you'll forget about them! Hang 'em up for easy access. This would also be great for planting herbs; just line the baskets with burlap first.
Porcelain Tin Can Storage Jar
Hanging baskets are super versatile and can be used almost anywhere. I would make this copper beauty into a hanging herb basket and keep it right next to the grill.
This crate is great for keeping your eggs from rolling around while you start a recipe, but it works just as well for holding jewelry or organizing other small trinkets. Dishwasher safe. Comes in Sky or White. 5.5"L, 7.5"W.
Farmer's Egg Crate
Preserving Herb Jars
These wing canisters are a modern twist on vintage ceramic containers. Any cabin has to have a safe place to store baking supplies, so no uninvited pests get into your sugar and flour.
Red Wing Stoneware Canisters
These reusable bags are perfect for keeping potatoes, ginger, onions and garlic out of the way and out of the light. I think the drawstring bottom is ingenious. I won't be throwing away sprouted potatoes or shriveled garlic anymore.
This almond-colored steel bin is perfect for storing your bread or other carb treats. I love the simple and sturdy design.
Garden Trading Bread Bin, Clay
I'm not much of a coffee drinker, but that doesn't sway me from loving this cute container. Perhaps I'll have to keep some beans on hand just to justify it!
Streamline Coffee Canister
This colorful option is perfect for a family of four and is easily portable if your picnic is off the beaten path.
I like to think of the fruit basket on my countertop as a display piece as much as a storage item. This galvanized tin, two-tier storage tray is rustic yet modern and minimal.
Tiered Tin Basket
This kitchen was transformed using Waypoint Cherry Java Cabinets accented with Top Knobs Sanctuary pulls. Notice the hardware has a slight bow in the handles as opposed to a straight line which adds character. We used Cambria Quartz Southhampton for the countertop and the backsplash is a glazed...
Design+ Home offers a unique line of fruit holders perfect for holding an array of fruits. A stylish alternative to that boring fruit bowl while adding an artistic element to any decor.
Design+Home Fruit Holder
I own quite a few coolers of different sizes, shapes and colors, but I also have one very similar to this that gets used every time I entertain. First of all, it's on wheels. Second, it's much more stylish than the typical cooler. Third, it has a bottle opener. Lastly, it can hold a lot of ice and...
What do you do when you bring your farmer's market purchases home? Why not bring the market feel to your kitchen with this display?
Wood Display Baskets
If you're a keen baker, you'll need somewhere to store those homemade muffins every week. Lose the old plastic containers and go midcentury chic with an Orla Kiely cake tin.
Orla Kiely Cake Tin
A chic new sort of picnic basket! This one works for an elegant picnic, where the menu calls for wine and cheese.
Sea Glass Containers
Lacquer Bento Box