Tiered Cabinet Organizer
Yesterday I went to The Container Store, as I’ve been known to do. In between scouting things for my clients, I scouted for myself, as I’ve also been known to do.
I unwittingly stumbled upon their spring organization sale, which made appealing items far more tempting. I picked up a few products, yadah yadah, one of which was just the thing to share with you all.
This tiered cabinet organizer isn’t particularly glamorous– it’s just plastic, after all. But don’t let that fool, it’s a winner.
See, tiered shelves are hugely helpful for keeping cabinets and pantries organized. Except most versions have a downside: they’re just platforms at varying levels. As such, any items sitting atop them are often prone to toppling over. No one wants to be that dexterous when removing a canned good.
The reason this guy is superior is owed to the fact that it’s technically a spice rack. This means that it has edges which prevent things from falling.
I got busy (giddy) trying it out with a multitude of items, firstly: vitamins.
Here’s a sexy profile shot, which will hopefully clarify what the hell I’m talking about:
See? See? See those edges? Bottles ain’t going nowheres.
Then I got sick of the vitamins and I was all, “Tea! Drinks! Let’s just find out what this baby can do!” And then it did it.
Then things got really crazy (nail polish was involved; don’t worry), but I’ll trust you get the point. Basically, it’s a tiered plastic organizer that’s superbly handy in the kitchen and elsewhere.
It normally retails for $12.99 and is on sale for $9.99. At that price you ought to buy like five. Believe me, I’m kicking myself for not doing so while I had the chance.
P.S. Other products I’d recommend scooping up at the sale price if you have a need for them:
1. Pantry Binz (great for organizing both pantry and fridge)
6. Heavy-Duty Triple Storage Bin (great for the garage, sports equipment, etc)
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Annie Traurig was born with the ability to see order through clutter. As a child, she spent playdates organizing friends’ closets and packing their duffle bags for summer camp.
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