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Are you tired of emptying the contents of a kitchen drawer to find the utensil you need? Try this simple trick: Repurpose an over-the-door shoe holder as a catchall. The clear, roomy pockets are ideal for holding small items. Label each pocket to make restocking simple for every member of the family.
Make the most of the sliver of space beside a drain pipe with a narrow two-tier basket. This model features a top bin that lifts off and a bottom bin that pulls out for easy access. The portable caddy is perfect for holding kitchen cleaning supplies. To protect the cabinet from leaks or spills, line the base with a waterproof mat.
Open & Shut - For those who don't have extra drawer space, the backs of many doors can be hidden storage gems. Attach shallow wire shelving to closet, pantry, and basement doors. If there's space, line the adjoining interior wall with narrow shelves and hooks for items such as cleaning supplies, handy tools, or pantry goods. -- Julie Morgenstern, author and organizing expert