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Maybe it’s the longer days and crisp breezes, or the blooms and tender greens flooding the farmers market, but there’s something about spring that makes us feel fresh and rejuvenated. Yep, we’re ready to tackle anything—including (finally!) organizing our kitchens.
Thankfully, Amazon is here to help. Its latest spring sale has everything you need to get your home in tip-top shape, from smart storage containers and label-making machines to cleaning gadgets and more. Everything in the sale is up to 50 percent off, so we’re taking advantage of these impressive deals to tidy up and organize our kitchens.
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We don’t know how long this “spring event” will last, so browse through Amazon’s entire storage and organization sale here, and stock up your cart while you can. And if you’re looking for some guidance, we’ve gathered a few of our favorite kitchen organizing items to spring for.
DecoBros Kitchen Counter and Cabinet Pan Organizer
We all know how hard it can be to prevent your stacked up pans from scratching. Keep your cast-iron and nonstick pans spick and span with this sturdy rack, instead. It holds up to five pans vertically (or four pans horizontally), perfect for a sleek counter display or setting up in your cabinet.
Hefty Slider Storage Bags
With its characteristic extra-strong seal to maximize freshness, these storage bags are perfect for tackling your freezer or pantry. “I use Hefty Slider Storage Bags for everything—first and foremost for food but also for gadgets, electronics, power cords and chargers, etc,” one Amazon customer raves. “There's no limit to the uses for these storage bags. And they're easy to label too. There's no tangled cords. Amazon had a better price than the big box store, so I grabbed a bunch while I could.”
STORi Clear Plastic Drawer Organizers
Sure, you can use these handy bins for your utensils or junk drawer (we all have them), but they’re also a great way to keep our pantries and cabinets looking extra tidy. Use them to round up your jars and bottles as a DIY drawer. Plus, they’re stackable, meaning you can create your own see-through towers of tea bags, measuring utensils, and spice packets.
AmazonBasics 4-Shelf Shelving Unit
Running out of shelf capacity? Create valuable storage space wherever you need it with these basic shelves. (We think they’re perfect for walk-in pantries.) They take just a few minutes to set up and don’t require any tools. Plus, the best-selling units have more than 1,700 five-star reviews with users praising their versatility, durability, and affordable price point.
Brother P-Touch Label Maker
Ensure your hard work stays organized by giving everything a proper label (flours, pastas, jams, you name it). This user-friendly gadget lets you see how your label will look before you print, and accommodates a variety of easy-to-apply tee tapes. And with more 1,500 five-star ratings, you know it’s impressive!
Sharpie Color Burst Permanent Markers
Feeling a little more old school (and colorful)? Skip the label maker and spring for these bright Sharpie markers, which are 37 percent off. With 24 cheerful colors, you can keep everything in your freezer and cabinets neat and tidy.
These Are the Best Handbag Organizers for FINALLY Getting Your Messy Purse in Order
Marie Kondo is here to show you how organizing a purse is done.
If you've ever stuck a hand in your purse and shuffled through a sea of gum wrappers and lipsticks before finding exactly what it was that you were looking for, you're not alone. The struggle to keep a handbag in order is all too real &mdash which is why we dug up a few of the best handbag organizers we could find and asked Marie Kondo, author of The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up and star of Netflix's hit show Tidying Up With Marie Kondo, to help us finally master the mess.
To get started, Marie recommends taking everything out of your purse so you can see all the stuff you've been carrying around on your shoulder. The goal, per her KonMari Method, is to keep only the things that "spark joy" for you &mdash a.k.a. the items that make you happy and add a little something positive to your life.
Once you've decided what you definitely want to keep, you should sort those things by category. (Think: makeup and lotions in one pile, books and papers in another, electronics in a third, and so on.) Then place the smaller items in little pouches or purse organizers so they won't be left floating around the bottom of your handbag. As you place items inside, though, make sure to avoid stacking your things on top of each other try to file them all in vertically instead &mdash this will make it easier to quickly locate anything you might need inside.
Last but not least comes the most important part: actually packing up your purse. Place the largest items (pouches, books, etc.) in first and then slot smaller items (such as sunglasses) in around them. You'll know you've done a good job if, when you take a look inside, you can see everything.
Now that you're armed with the knowledge you need to master your handbag mess, all you need are the right tools: Check out the affordable organizers below, and then get tidying.
Best Overall: Kate Spade Rainbow Plaid Recipe Book
For a combination of fashion and function, this book by Kate Spade offers a couple of ways to store your favorite recipes. There are seven divided sections (labeled breakfast, soups, sauces, appetizers, entrees, desserts, and beverages) with an ample number of pages in each section to handwrite your recipes.
If you also collect recipe cards, this elegant book has 10 clear sleeves to hold a total of 20 cards. The rainbow plaid pattern is cheerful and chic. It’s a perfect gift for a bridal shower or for any friends who enjoy cooking and could use a stylish solution to document their cookery.
This Is the Most Wished For Gift on Amazon This Year — And It’s on Major Sale Right Now!
As the world’s largest online retailer, Amazon has about a bajillion wishlists and registries on file. So around the holidays, it’s always fun to take a look at their “Most Wished For” section to get a pulse on what everyone’s really hoping to see under their tree on Christmas morning. This year’s top gift in the kitchen and dining category is a little surprising, but also says a lot about the epic year we’ve all had. Drumroll please…the most wished-for gift for 2020 is none other than the Instant Pot, and it also happens to be on major sale right now!
Honestly, it shouldn’t come as a big surprise that everyone wants an Instant Pot this year! The countertop appliance is a versatile powerhouse that can seriously up your home cooking game and inject a little creativity into your recipe roster — which, after cooking much more at home this year, might be getting a little stale. (It me!)
And when it comes to picking the right one for you or your loved one, there are tons of sizes and options to choose from. If you’re cooking for just one or two or short on storage space in the kitchen, opt for the Instant Pot Duo Mini or the newer Instant Pot Duo Nova, which are both up to 26 percent off right now. Consider the 6-Qt. Duo (21 percent off) if you’re cooking for three to five folks and the 8-Qt. Duo (29 percent off) if you regularly cook for a crowd. But the absolute best deal happens to be on the souped-up 6-qt. Duo Nova that’s a whopping 40 percent off! Fun fact: It’s also one of our favorite Instant Pot models, with thoughtful additions like an Easy Seal Lid, “which automatically sets to seal when you close it (with older versions, you had to this yourself and it was easy to forget!),” adds Lifestyle Director Lisa Freedman.
So go ahead and snag your Instant Pot. And once it arrives, we’ll be right here waiting for you with a ton of recipe ideas to put your brand new appliance to good use! The only hitch? You’ll want to act fast before the reigning most-gifted kitchen item of 2020 goes back to full price.
Buy: Instant Pot 6-qt. Duo Nova, $59.96 (normally $99.99)
8 Best Smoothie Blenders to Kick-Start Your Day
Get healthy and happy with morning smoothies that are both nutritious and delicious. These top-rated blenders can help supercharge your day and put a spring in your step.
We all want to feel our best. Consuming whole fruits and veggies each day is a great way to get and stay healthy. It's easy, too, when you make fresh, nutritious smoothies a part of your daily routine. We've rounded up the top-rated smoothie blenders that will start you off on the right foot each morning.
Best Value: Ninja Professional Countertop Blender
With a name like Ninja, it's hard to go wrong. That's according to nearly 20,000 customer reviews, many of which profess a deep love for this top-rated (and very affordable) smoothie blender. There are multiple Ninjas on the market, but we're most enamored with the Ninja Professional Blender thanks to its sleek design, ice crushing that's aces and dishwasher-safe blades that make clean-up a dream. At 72 ounces, this powerful smoothie blender is the largest one on the list, making it easy to quickly concoct a fresh smoothie for two (or more).
Best for Serious Smoothie Makers: Vitamix 5200 Blender
Much like the Ninja, there are a variety of Vitamix blenders on the market, but none will run cheaper than three bills for this durable, high-quality blender brand. Yes, Vitamix blenders cost more than any other smoothie blender on this list, but the industry-standard quality practically ensures that the Vitamix will outlast all other blenders. An easy-to-use speed dial lets you easily adjust the speed of the blades, which, by the way, can tackle just about anything. "No chunks, no pulp, no fuss," notes one Amazon reviewer. This blender can clean itself in less than 60 seconds and can make hot soup too. It's everything.
Best for Beginners: Oster Texture Select Master Series Blender
With the Oster Texture Select blender, you can customize any blend texture with the touch of a button — whether thin, medium or thick — or use the manual settings for more control. It includes a dishwasher-safe, six-cup shatter-resistant glass jar, plus a 24-ounce Blend-N-Go cup.
Best Vitamix Alternative: Blendtec Total Classic Original Blender
There's much love and appreciation for the Blendtec Total Classic Blender thanks to extra-strong blades for smooth, consistent blends and easy, push-button blending control. It's also a snap to clean because, seriously, who wants to spend more time scrubbing out the blender than enjoying their juice drink or smoothie creation? Not us. Just add soap and water and the Blendtec cleans itself in less than a minute. This high-performance blender is hassle-free and easy to store until its next use, whether to pulverize ice for a margarita or get creative making soups, dressings, salsas or hummus.
Best for Quiet Blending: Breville Fresh and Furious Blender
Another top-rated smoothie blender with a cool name is the Breville Fresh & Furious Blender. One-touch, pre-set buttons, including Smoothie, Green Smoothie and Auto Pulse Ice Crush, make it a cinch to get going once you unbox the Breville. This highly-efficient blender is quiet (well, quiet-er than some of its fellow blenders), making this a popular pick. Whether you want to chop, crush, pulverize or macerate, the Fresh & Furious will serve you well.
Best for Single-Serve: NutriBullet Pro Nutrient Extractor
The NutriBullet has long been a popular blender choice. It's top-rated and has a clear fan base. Nearly 9,000 reviews tout its ease of use, durability and reliability, among other qualities. You'll also find loads of advice in the reviews, even "tips for smoothie grandmasters" from one five-star reviewer. The NutriBullet is a great entry-level blender that anyone in the family can use (ahem, and clean). A recipe book makes it a snap to get started with this blender. From here, several larger and more powerful blenders serve as ideal upgrades for those eager to level up but remain in the NutriBullet family.
Best Mini Multi-Tasker: Magic Bullet Blender
Go beyond smoothies, and make sauces, dips and more with the Magic Bullet. It can chop, mix, blend and whip so you can make practically anything, from breakfast to dessert. It'll be your new favorite kitchen assistant.
Best Portable Blender: PopBabies Portable Blender
This portable blender for smoothies and baby food is powered by a USB cord and powerful enough to blend small ice cubes. This budget-friendly option is a great pick for smoothies (or baby food) on-the-go since the bottle is about the size of an average water bottle and fits nicely in a purse or backpack.
15 Better Ways to Organize Your Pots and Pans
Wrangle these awkward pieces of cookware &mdash and so, so many lids &mdash once and for all.
Pots, pans, and lids are some of the hardest pieces of kitchen equipment to handle. They're big and bulky, but often used, so you have to find a lot of easily-accessible space for them. Here, see how to keep everything tidy and make use of some extra kitchen square footage while you're at it.
These organizers by Glideware let you hang the pots as if they were on the rack, but within a cabinet so you don't have to see the clutter.
Peel-and-stick 3M Command hooks can transform wasted space into open-air storage. Use them in awkward nooks, like between the kitchen cabinet and the wall.
It doesn't help if you have a beautifully organized cabinet of pots, but a jumbled mess of lids. This wall-mounted organizer lets you see all the variety of lid sizes at once.
Or, if you're just looking for a quick way to keep a stack of pots neat, keep the lids on your pots while they're in your cabinet &mdash but flip them upside-down, so the handle sticks inside the pot. Not only will you eliminate the need to search for the right-size lid, you'll have a flatter, smoother surface where you can stack the next pot.
A bare, blank wall gets a stylish (and functional!) upgrade with a black pegboard. Hang your pots and pans from hooks and outline them in chalk so you never forget where each item lives.
Don't let the side of your cabinet go to waste: Install a short rail to magically turn the empty space into storage. Since the bar probably won't hold your entire collection, opt to hang the items you use most often &mdash or the prettiest ones (like these copper beauties).
Add 1/4-inch pieces of plywood to your deepest drawer to create cubbies for all of your pots and pans &mdash and avoid epic stacking fails.
Replace the lazy Susan that usually lives in your corner with this savvy solution instead &mdash it's bigger than your average cabinet so you can keep your entire collection in one place.
Who knew you could find your MVP of kitchen organizers at an antique shop? This ladder gets a new life when it's coated with bright paint and hung from the ceiling as a pot rack.
Since each shelf gets shorter as this organizer gets taller, you never have to dig under the top of a cabinet to find what you're looking for. Sauce pans go on top, while bigger pieces go below.
If you have a tall backsplash, affix a pegboard to hang pots and pans above your counter. This way, they'll be easy to reach, and if you have a colorful collection (like this blue one) it'll double as art.
If you have a walk-in pantry (lucky you), make the most of the back wall by hanging your bulky kitchen accessories on it &mdash now items are quick to find, use, and store.
These oversized shelves are stylish, too. Pots live on the bottom, and &mdash since now you don't have to deal with doors or sides of cabinets &mdash you can pull out your go-to scrambled eggs pan without any obstacles.
The wall next to your stove doesn't have to stay blank: Use two rails and S-hooks to hang pots and pans, and store lids safely between the rails and the walls.
This wire rack holder for your cabinet gives every item a designated place: Lids go on top, pans go in the back, and pots go up front. Oh and did we mention it can fits snuggly under a standalone stovetop? How convenient.
These 38 Kitchen Storage Ideas Are Serious Game-Changers for Any Size Kitchen
If you're lacking on kitchen storage space, it's time to trick out the cabinets, drawers, and island with a few space-saving solutions . You just have to rethink those the little nooks and niches, and you'll discover the untapped resource of counter space. And because designer-approved inspiration always helps, we're spotlighting the most stylish and strategic kitchens we've ever seen. So whether you're anticipating a demo day ahead or you just want a quick idea you can DIY today, you'll want to bookmark this batch of creative, clever kitchen storage ideas.
When it comes to finding genius storage and organization inspiration, there's nowhere better to look than the Williams Sonoma test kitchen, where the brand tries literally thousands of products. This is the designated cutting board cabinet complete with vertical slot separators to prevent a messy pile-up.
BUY NOW Cabinet Dividers, $18
In this kitchen designed by Emily Henderson, spices, dry goods, and other cooking essentials are stored in a pull-out "pantry." This keeps then tucked away but still provides easy access.
BUY NOW Pull-Out Organizer, $75, amazon.com
Store lesser-used gadgets in higher cabinets. If you don't already have some, add them in above your hood and windows to squeeze in as much storage space as possible. In this kitchen designed by Hecker Guthrie, the cabinets stretch almost all the way to the ceiling.
BUY NOW Wall Cabinet, $150, amazon.com
Another zone in Williams Sonoma's San Francisco test kitchen, this walk-in pantry/ closet is stocked with all the baking essentials imaginable. Employees test every single product they sell, so there's inevitably an expansive collections. These shelving units provide ample surface space for all.
BUY NOW Black Wire Shelving Unit, $128
"The whole room has a sexy, smokey vibes," interior designer Michelle Nussbaumer says of this kitchen. But it's also practical! The coffee maker, water dispenser and speed oven are all built in, which makes for a far less bulky appearance.
BUY NOW Thermador Automated Coffee Machine, $3,999
No matter the size of your kitchen, every little inch matters when it comes to storage. A simple shelf above a window increases display space for plates, bowls, and art.
BUY NOW Wood Bracket, $11, amazon.com
If you weren't already convinced that the Williams Sonoma test kitchen is the most organized kitchen on the planet, here's additional proof. Clear tops and labels make for easy identification in the spice drawer.
BUY NOW Label Maker, $24
In this deVol Kitchen, the prettiest items are displayed on the exposed wall-to-wall reclaimed wooden shelves and cubbies so the less attractive essentials can be tucked away in the cabinets. The color-coding adds a soothing sense of rhythm to the space, too.
BUY NOW Anthropologie Shelf Bracket, $28
Instead of keeping your appliances, like a toaster or microwave, out in plain sight, work with yoru contractor and designer to come up with cool ways to hide them. Here, Mick De Guilio created a sliding quartzite door on the counter to hide a pull out tray for the toaster. It blends in with the rest of the backsplash beautifully and maintains the sleek aesthetic when not in use.
BUY NOW Smeg Toaster, $160
Don't ignore the power of a good container system. Store your food in labeled containers and glass jars for a more polished and organized approach.
BUY NOW Storage Bins, $29, amazon.com
The clay-hued enclosed cabinets ground this kitchen designed by Dries Otten. The brass shelf underneath with a sliding perforated door allows for a few special items to stay out in the open.
BUY NOW AYTM Curva Shelf, $99
Line up old filing cabinets or work tables in a row as a makeshift buffet/ console table. Leanne Ford elevated this kitchen by hanging large-scale artwork near the exposed storage pieces. The mounted wine rack is also a stylish storage solution.
BUY NOW CB2 Wine Bar Console Table, $999
Hang cooking tools and cutting boards above the stove so they're easy to access but out of the way when not in use. Jenn Feldman Designs keeps everything organized on a tray so whatever you need is easy to find and in one place. The blue color-coordinating makes a cohesive look.
BUY NOW Urban Outfitters Organizer Bin, $20
In this modern monochrome kitchen designed by Arent & Pyke, the dinnerware is stored in sleek drawers rather than hidden away in enclosed cabinets.
BUY NOW Yamazaki Home Lid & Pan Organizer, $38
Designed by Matthew Ferrarini, this kitchen is bursting with ingenious small-space solutions. He used folding wood pocket doors to conceal the entire counter and cabinet area against the wall. This would be a major game-changer in a studio apartment in particular.
BUY NOW Urban Outfitters Kitchen Storage Station, $299
Get the most out of a kitchen island by adding drawers on both sides for extra storage space. Inn this kitchen designed by Leanne Ford, the backless stools help transition the kitchen to the dining room and are easy to move when necessary.
BUY NOW BD Studio Trent Kitchen Island, $2850
When your kitchen is minuscule, you'll have to surrender the dream of a kitchen island (for now, at least). The next best&mdashand most proportionally appropriate&mdashthing? A bar cart! It provides a little more storage and you can also opt for a little rolling cart with a butcherblock top for cooking.
BUY NOW Yamazaki Home Slim Storage Cart, $60
For a fresh kitchen storage idea, try a floating cubby that blends into the wall instead of floating shelves. Here, Dries Otten mixes whimsical style with industrial features in this unique kitchen. The stainless steel hood and exposed piping pop against the navy walls, while the striped blue fabric lightens the mood.
BUY NOW West Elm Shelf With Hooks, $143
Keep usable surface space clear by securing a glassware drying rack to the wall above the sink. It also spruces up the white wall and provides extra storage.
BUY NOW Lostine Iron Pot Rack & Brass S-Hooks, $90
No space goes unused in this DeVol kitchen. To expand a tiny kitchen, add extra shelves in places they'd be most functional, like above the stove. And then use your windowsills for plants or other extras and hang a rod at the tippy-top of the wall for pots, aprons, and other kitchen essentials.
BUY NOW Pottery Barn Customizable Brackets & Shelves, $15
An awkward corner can be maximized by adding in easy storage. Glass shelving , tucked underneath cabinets, gives you a space to stow glassware&mdashand since the glasses match the shelf, the effect is nearly invisible.
BUY NOW Glass Shelf Kit, $22, amazon.com
A plate rack and pot racks show off your collections while also keeping these items out of the way. Bonus: They're easily accessible when you need to grab them.
BUY NOW Plate Rack, $10, amazon.com
Floating shelves on either side of a window offer space for dishes and glassware. Don't worry if you only have a small amount of wall space to work with: Petite shelves can still get the job done.
BUY NOW Mini Shelf, $24, amazon.com
When the space under your kitchen sink is exposed and you don't want to splurge on new custom cabinetry, repurpose old linens and hang it as a curtain. then add extra hooks to hang things like mugs. You could also attach the hooks to the floating shelves to get some use out of the underside and save the walls from damage.
BUY NOW Rejuvenation Iron Hook Rack, $69
Dedicate a draw in the kitchen to random tools and essentials so you always know where to find. In this drawer in a kitchen designed by Emily Henderson, there are extra chargers, a lint roller, office supplies, and even a section for keys and sunglasses. Use lucite organizers so everything has a place.
BUY NOW Mebbay Drawer Organizer, $25
Don't limit storage to areas within arms' reach. A sliding ladder helps you reach ceiling-height cabinets, which are perfect for that breadmaker you never use.
BUY NOW Slider Ladder Set, $1,191
Declutter an open-shelving mess with a grid of woven boxes. In this Los Angeles kitchen, paper tags keep each baskets' contents organized.
BUY NOW Woven Baskets, $31
This copper-pipe shelving holds hooks for coffee cups and cookware, keeping the countertop free for actual cooking. Plus, it looks seriously chic and adds some cohesion.
BUY NOW Copper Pipe Shelf, $54, etsy.com
Built-in bread baskets will elevate any kitchen. This way they'll stay fresh, easy to access, and tucked away.
BUY NOW CB2 Knot Gold Bread Basket, $10
An open shelving unit adds more storage, but doesn't take up too much floor&mdashor visual&mdashspace (thought it does add height, accentuating the high ceilings). An antique étagère placed on the counter of this kitchen holds books and bowls.
BUY NOW Shelving Unit, $51
Antique cabinets aren't limited to dining rooms. Add one into your kitchen for a vintage feel that's still fully functional. The lived-in look breaks up the monotony of built-in cabinet rows.
BUY NOW Armoire, $1384, amazon.com
In this Michelle Nussbaumer kitchen, mini refrigerator drawers by Thermador make entertaining prep work a cinch (and they provide extra food storage space).
BUY NOW Sur La Table Marble and Glass Conche, $60
In this kitchen, all the chaos is hidden behind closed doors, which open to reveal an expansive pantry. And if that's not impressive enough, check out the pull-out willow baskets hold fruit and vegetables.
BUY NOW Basket Organizer, $20
These drawers in a kitchen designed by Krysta Gibbons are outfitted with movable pegs, so they can accommodate various sized dishes as your needs and serveware collections change.
BUY NOW Peg Board Drawer, $123, amazon.com
Vintage swivel stools are playful, but, most importantly, practical, since they almost disappear when not in use. This makes them especially well-suited for small spaces.
BUY NOW Swing Stool, $500
Inspired by a vintage printer's desk, the cabinets in this California kitchen were made to look like drawers. This creates some visual contrast without having to compromise your storage needs.
BUY NOW Drawer Pull, $7
In this kitchen by Alice Lane Interior Design, the pull-out cutting board has a hole, which makes it easy to brush the scraps straight into the trash bin just below. It's a total veggie-chopping game-changer.
BUY NOW Cutting Board, $50
This tiny apartment's kitchen is camouflaged from the living area with folding doors. It can be opened up for cooking, then closed off when guests arrive. If you look closely, you can see the track.
Everything You Need to Get Your House Organized Right Now
You go there to clean up so, you might as well make it the cleanest rooms in the house first.
The cabinet under the bathroom sink is a catch-all for cleaning products, spare toiletries, and extra rolls of TP. Stick the products you reach for regularly in the sliding drawers for easy access.
Everyone in the family deserves their own space, especially in the bathroom. Mount this toothbrush holder and organizer set on the wall to keep your countertop clear of day-to-day clutter, especially toothbrushes, toothpaste, and razors.
Skip the trip to the nail salon and turn your at-home manicure into a luxury experience with 48 (!) color options all stored in this grab-and-go container.
As a parent, bathtime takes on a whole new meaning. Give your bath that spa feeling you crave (okay, at least get closer to it) by sticking your kid's toys in this mesh organizer that suctions onto the wall.
This little shelf is practically magic: Just take off your old outlet cover, screw this one on, and place your most-used electronics on top.
There's a million of them out there but Amazon reviewers agree that this shower caddy by simplehuman is one of the best. It's secure, high-quality, and worth every penny, according to reviewers.
Your Ina Garten-approved kitchen awaits! Now it's time to brush up on your cooking skills &hellip
While we have intentions to use reusable bags, some days plastic is the only option. Mount this bag holder to the inside of a cabinet or closet to neatly store plastic bags, reminding you to reuse and recycle them.
This metal organizer, which holds up to five pans at a time, has racked up (get it) more than 1,500 reviews on Amazon."When I need a skillet I pull one out in a matter of seconds versus digging through hazardously piled pans that my family carelessly threw back in after they were clean," wrote one reviewer.
Store your plastic wrap, aluminum foil, parchment paper, wax paper, and storage bags in this three-tiered organizer. Now if only cling wrap was as easy to use as it is to store .
Don't skimp on flavor just because you don't have enough space to store all of your favorite spices. Instead, add this space-saving organizer to your cabinet and store up to 30 full-size and 60 half-size spices.
You can use this vertical stackable holder in or out of the fridge to hold reusable water bottles and bottled drinks. This makes it easy to grab exactly what you want and keep tabs on what you need to re-stock.
Dream pantry comin' right up! Give your pantry or kitchen cabinets an overhaul with these customizable storage containers, perfect for pasta, dry goods, cereal, and basically everything else.
Because you go in here to do work &mdash not search high and low for that file from two weeks ago.
You could have a phone stand, pen holder, business card holder, and so on cluttering up your workspace. This multi-functional organizer stores it all in three separate compartments.
Filing cabinets aren't necessarily the prettiest addition for your home office. Instead, store your most important paperwork in this cascading, color-coordinated organizer.
This bamboo monitor stand has two major benefits: 1. Its adjustable height reduces neck and eye strain and 2. It stores all of your office supplies in divided sections.
Your desk is slowly but surely becoming a maze of cords and cables. Keep 'em organized and easily accessible with these six adhesive wire holders. Psst, you might want to keep a few spares for your nightstand, too!
Every organized home needs a label maker. This bluetooth-enabled one is super high-tech, enabling you to connect it straight to your phone and use an app to customize font styles and colors.
Some people are totally paper-free. Others are slowly coming around to the digital world. If you fall into the latter, this acrylic memo board will give you the best of both worlds by attaching sticky notes with reminders and tasks to your computer monitor.
Sure, your kids will turn this room upside down in a matter of minutes but it doesn't mean you can't (try to) implement these simple organizing strategies.
Convince your kids to tidy up their Legos by placing their little bricks inside this massive stackable one.
Everything to Buy from Target's Memorial Day Sale
Get your backyard ready for summer without spending a ton of money.
Memorial Day weekend marks the official start of summer. It's also the perfect time to shop kitchen sales. Target's Memorial Day sale starts May 24 and runs through Monday, May 31. With a variety of kitchen tools on sale including large appliances, small appliances and dinnerware, this is the time to revamp your patio, tabletop and more. Here are the best deals to shop this weekend online and at Target stores.
Beyond Outdoors Wooden Bean Bag Toss
No outdoor party is complete without a game of bean bag toss. This set is perfect for backyards of all sizes and sets up easily.
Igloo Wheelie Cool 38qt Portable Cooler
Snag this Igloo cooler on sale this weekend, and bring it to the beach with you all summer long. The wheels make it easy to transport all your snacks and drinks from the car to your beach blanket.
Pit Boss Wood Fired Deluxe Pellet Grill Model Bronze
Been eyeing a pellet grill forever? This is the weekend to buy. Get this Pit Boss model on sale when you order online for same-day pickup or delivery, so you'll get it right in time for the barbecue.
Char-Broil Performance 4-Burner Gas Grill
This grill is already pretty affordable, and this weekend it's on sale with same-day delivery or pickup after you order online. Don't forget a tank of propane to go with it.
Shark Rocket Ultra-Light Corded Stick Vacuum
Shark is known for powerful vacuums and this one is on sale for Memorial Day weekend.
Koji Ice Shaver
Make this summer all about frozen treats with this super-affordable ice shaver. Kids will love it for DIY desserts. Supply some flavored syrups so everyone can customize to their tastes.
Electric Ice Cream Maker 1.5qt
This mid-sized ice cream maker is great for churning DIY pints at home. The angular shape means it'll easily find room on yout countertop, plus, it's fast. The company claims this unit churns out soft serve ice cream in just 30 minutes.
Whirlpool 4.3 cu ft Mini Refrigerator Stainless Steel
Whether you're in need of some more fridge space for entertaining or have a kid going to college, you'll want to consider this mini fridge for less than $200. With plenty of room for drinks or leftovers, this will come in handy.
72" x 60" Fruit Picnic Blanket - Sun Squad™
This summer is all about time spent outside with friends. This foldable blanket is easy to tote to the park or the beach and is machine washable for easy cleanup.
2gal Plastic Cactus Beverage Dispenser - Sun Squad™
Get your backyard ready for entertaining with this cute cactus-themed drink dispenser. It's perfect for iced tea, flavored water or something a little stronger, like margaritas.
15+ Brilliant Ways to Manage All Your Cords
This level of organization will melt your stress away.
Our friend Marie Kondo has taught us that we should only keep things that #sparkjoy &mdash and I'm sure that your annoying headphone wires that always get tangled don't exactly scream "joy."
But don't toss those headphones just yet! Kondo also taught us that everything can be easily maintained as along as every item has its own home. That means those jumbled mess of wires, whether they're attached to headphones or stuffed behind your TV, should all have homes to stay nice and neat (and save your sanity).
These 15 cord management products will keep your wires neat and make you feel a little more zen every day. And couldn't we all use that?