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15 Easy (and Pretty) Ways to Organize Utensils

Kitchen drawers can quickly become cluttered with cooking tools. Most of us have loads of utensils — from wooden spoons to whisks and more. And if you’re anything like me, they’re a jumbled mess in the drawer… or several drawers. Get your utensils in order once and for all with these easy and pretty organization ideas.

Smart Ways to Organize Utensils

Store your utensils inside the cabinet door to avoid taking up valuable drawer space.

Make your own rotating utensil caddy with a wooden circle, a lazy susan and some stylish stainless steel cups.

Install a Lazy Susan under your cabinet to hang and organize your utensils. You can easily turn it to get whatever you need… no more digging through drawers!

You can also make the most of your drawer space with the help of diagonal drawers. They give you space for extra length!

Install a pegboard on the wall to hang your utensils. It’s also an excellent way to clear pots and pans out of your cabinets!

I love this utensil crock idea because it would make such a great housewarming gift! Write your favorite cookie recipe on a cookie jar, and use that to hold your utensils.

Install a towel bar and shower curtain hooks to hang your utensils on the wall or inside cabinet doors.

Or, combine a towel bar and canisters to hold loads of utensils and kitchen tools. Gorgeous!

Clean and paint tin cans to serve as utensil holders. Aren’t they charming?

Clamp mason jars to a wooden plank to create this charmingly rustic utensil holder.

We love this deep drawer that allows for upright utensil storage. Isn’t that smart?

If you’re going for the farmhouse look in your kitchen, this rake utensil holder would look amazing!

Can’t find drawer dividers to fit your needs? Build your own to accommodate your specific utensils. It’s easier than you might think!

Attach a cheese grater to an old board (upside down) to serve as utensil storage or a planter.

Attach a dish towel to a wooden cutting board for the perfect utensil holder for your outdoor cooking space. Won’t it look great by the grill?

And if all else fails, you can simply pull everything together in a pretty basket!

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