Kitchen storage can often feel bland and utilitarian — but take it from us: It doesn't have to be! In fact, the kitchen is the one room we save the most on Instagram, and we're even more drawn to kitchens that nail both the permanent decor and the accessories. So make the most of your open shelving and countertop space with this eclectic mix of kitchen storage helpers:
Add some warm, rainbow vibes to your kitchen with this colorful mason jar quartet, perfect for storing silverware on a table or utensils by a stove.
Take a minimalist approach to your sink accessories with this simple yet sleek caddy that will prevent your sponge from harboring moisture and bacteria.
Go old-school with your baked goods with a good, old-fashioned bread box.
Get double functionality out of these handsome spoon rests — they'll keep your counters clean during meal prep, and you can also store high-use utensils in them when you're not cooking.
Store coffee, tea, or other dry goods in this snazzy blush-tone metal pot. (It also comes in other colors — have a blast creating a scheme or matching your kitchen.)
If your kitchen has more of a country or farmhouse vibe, consider organizing your spices on this expandable wood spice rack, which takes inspiration from vintage kitchen pieces.
Already a fan of Pyrex containers? (We are!) Jazz up your food storage game by purchasing replacement lids in a cheery hue, which will make your fridge look Insta-ready.
This clever countertop organizer is great for small kitchens — you can use it to store anything from napkins to utensils to food, and the top is a functional surface you can place oils and spices on to clear up counter space.
We love us a good fruit bowl. This wire metal number feels distinctly modern and will have others wondering what high-end shop you found it at. (Hee hee!)
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