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If you just can’t stand having your kitchen gadgets and utensils jumbled in a disorganized heap in the drawer, then you’ll probably breathe a sigh of relief when we tell you there’s kitchen storage solutions for that. Drawer organizer options aren’t just limited to a cutlery tray and drawer dividers. There’s plenty of ways you can create a place for everything. Read on to find out how drawer organizers can declutter your kitchen space: More 
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How do I begin my kitchen organization process?


First thing’s first, take inventory of the items you currently store in your drawers, write them down on a sticky note and label each drawer. This is a perfect opportunity to clean out unused and unwanted items; you should also scrub down the insides of your drawers for a fresh start. Keep in mind whether certain items need to move closer to the stove, refrigerator or other locations. These steps will help you formulate a plan and group like items together. Once that’s complete, take measurements of your drawers — don’t forget to measure the depth! — and browse your options here on Houzz.

What kind of drawer organizers do I need?


A cutlery tray is perfect for dividing up forks, knives and spoons. You can also use one to separate odds and ends, and many are even expandable or come with adjustable dividers to allow you maximum customization. Drawer boxes are also a great option for mixing and matching different sizes and heights. Use drawer dividers for larger items like spatulas, tongs and stirring spoons. You might also be able to add a spice organizer to one of your drawers, which frees up valuable counter or cabinet space.

What are my kitchen drawer organizer material options?


There are a variety of material choices out there, so consider durability, ease of cleaning and aesthetics. Wood is always a great choice as it will most likely match your existing drawer material. Plastic tends to be easiest to clean as you can simply pop it in the sink or dishwasher, and it’s fairly durable, too. Metal or wire organizers can be aesthetically pleasing and durable as well.