Kitchen Storage Options Under $50

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Overstuffed drawers, cluttered countertops, and overflowing refrigerators ... considering our busy lives, it's no surprise that the kitchen can quickly and easily become quite the mess. But, not to worry. You don't have to sacrifice your active social life to spend nights organizing your modern cook space, and you don't have to accept this disarray, either. Declutter your kitchen with these 12 beautiful storage options, which promise to hide your spices and simplify your silverware. And the best part is: Each of these kitchen wonders costs less than $50, so you don't even have to break the bank!


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1. Wayfair Basics Four-Piece Ceramic Kitchen Canister Set, $24.28

All-white kitchens are great, but today's design-savvy homeowners are eager to add a little drama to their culinary spaces. These black ceramic containers add depth to a minimal color palette — and offer plenty of room for tucking away baking supplies in the freshly organized pantry.


2. Magnolia Assorted Berry Baskets, $8

Give your garden's berry harvest a dedicated home in your fridge. These colorful ceramic baskets feature drainage holes that promise to keep your fruit fresh.


3. World Market Mango Wood Lidded Salt Cellar With Spoon, $12.99

It doesn't take a five-star chef to know that a pinch of salt can make all of the difference. So it helps to have this crucial ingredient right at your fingertips. Opt for this mango wood salt cellar complete with spoon for easy dispensing.


4. Aqua Bird Ceramic Butter Dish, $6.99

Guaranteed to blend seamlessly into your country kitchen, this aqua-blue butter dish is charming as can be. Topped with a bird-shaped handle, your butter will be oh-so-soft and spreadable every time you lift this sweet ceramic lid.


5. Sur La Table Porcelain Egg Crate, $12

Are you a hard-boiled egg superfan? Keep a week's supply in this streamlined white porcelain egg crate from Sur la Table.


6. KNIFEDock Bamboo Magnetic Knife Holder, $29.99

What's the point of having a fancy set of knives that you can't show off? Skip the standard, bulky block set for this sleek bamboo option with hidden magnets. Now your culinary prowess is finally getting the respect it deserves.


7. Planetary Design Ceramic Coffee Canister With Airscape Technology, $29.99

Coffee snobs may not agree on much — light versus dark roast or Colombian versus Kenyan — but everyone agrees that coffee beans must be stored properly. This ceramic canister's innovative technology keeps the air out to ensure that every last cup is uber fresh.


8. Anthropologie Lyon Stacking Spice Bowl Set, $32

When you have a tiny kitchen, you have to start thinking vertically to make the most of your space. Store your fave spices in these painted stoneware jars that are designed to stack one on top of the other.


9. Tovolo Ice Cream Storage Tub, starting at $19.95

Whether your ice cream is homemade or you pillaged your neighborhood Van Leeuwen, these storage tubs will keep your freezer neatly organized. And more importantly, keep your mouthwatering chocolate chip cookie dough tasting sweet as can be.


10. Madesmart Clear Drawer Organizer, $19.95

Add some order to your overstuffed drawers with this clear cutlery tray. Complete with non-slip lining and rubber feet, you don't have to worry about things jostling around every time you open and close the drawers looking for the corkscrew.

11. Paper Sushi Modern Typeface Recipe Box, starting at $34.99

Storing your recipe collection digitally might be easy, but figuring out the next step when your fingers are sticky with dough can be quite the challenge. Avoid a tragic tech mishap, and organize your recipes just like grandma used to do, with this beautifully handmade, curly maple recipe box complete with hand-lettered and watercolor-painted recipe cards.

12. CB2 Clasp Large White Ceramic Canister, $24.95

We know that counter space is limited, but these canisters are so gorg you won't mind giving up a little square footage to display these earthenware beauties with faux leather pulls.


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