Dealing with a tiny kitchen? Make the most of it with these smart organizers.
If your small kitchen isn't big enough to hold all of the pots and pans, spatulas, and wine you've been collecting, it's time to get creative with your storage solutions. Wall-mounted racks that free up counter space and hanging baskets that open up fridge space are a tiny kitchen's best friends. Shop the brilliant organizing ideas below, and your little kitchen will suddenly feel a whole lot bigger.
JK Adams Burnished Wood Wine Tree
Keep your wine collection close at hand, but without taking up any counter space, with this wall-hanging wine tree. It holds up to seven bottles, so you're always ready for an impromptu gathering with friends.
To buy: $49 (originally $70); crateandbarrel.com.
Wooden Magnetic Knife Rack
Forget the bulky knife block that takes up space on your counter, and opt for a magnetic wall-mounted option, like this handmade wooden design spotted on Etsy.
To buy: $41; woodallgood.etsy.com.
Metal and Wood Skyler 2-Shelf Wall Storage
Use the shelves to store ingredients you reach for all the time (salt, pepper, balsamic), then let the hooks hold dish towels or tools.
To buy: $100; worldmarket.com.
Copper and Rope 3-Tier Hanging Baskets
Don't let bananas, apples, or oranges take up an inch of valuable counter space. This hanging basket organizer will hold it all, while making use of vertical space you never even knew your kitchen had.
To buy: $35; worldmarket.com.
Yamazaki Over-the-Cabinet Towel Hanger
Don't have a dedicated space for your dish towels? Our solution: this handy bar that hooks onto a cabinet door. You'll never search for a missing dish cloth again.
To buy: $13; westelm.com.
Cuisinart Octagonal Hanging Cookware Rack
If there's no way you're fitting your collection of pots and pans in your teeny-tiny kitchen cabinets, this hanging rack can help. Plus, the octagonal shape adds a modern look to the space.
To buy: $95; homedepot.com.