26. Cabinet Organizers
Just like refrigerators, cabinets and pantries full of food can get messy very quickly, especially with bags of chips and snacks that simply can’t be stacked or organized tidily on their own. You can resolve this by using plastic baskets to categorize like items. “Lazy Susan” rotating cabinet organizers are another great option because you can spin it around to find the category of items you need while maximizing space. These range from $10 to $30, depending on the type you get, with spinning storage being the most expensive due to the complexity and higher cost of the moving parts.
Cabinet organizers come in a whole host of shapes and can be used to help organize odd-sized objects like soup or drink packets, ramen blocks, odd-shaped boxes like instant rice, and more. For those who like to eat healthily and buy bulk products like bulk whole grains, cabinet organizers can be ideal for storing your dry goods in clean, labeled containers for the healthiest and tidiest storage. While food storage containers can sell at a premium in some stores, check dollar stores and places like HomeGoods and TJ Maxx for more affordable alternatives, especially for dry goods that aren’t at risk of leaching chemicals from plastics.