20 Things That’ll Make Your Kitchen Feel Like It Doubled It In Space

A magnetic stove shelf on which you can stack your go-to spices, oils, and kitschy salt and pepper shakers. It's also a convenient place to dry out a turkey wishbone if your family is into that tradition.

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A set of two cabinet shelf organizers so you can elevate your mug collection and make room for more because look, you *will* be buying at least one next time you go to Target.

A three-tier corner shelf you can arrange in whatever fashion fits your space best. That way, you can utilize the extra inches between your countertops and cabinets and give random bits and bobs a place to call home.

A set of wire baskets where you can store your bounty of fresh produce and — in the back — the processed snacks that you absolutely love but aren't as eager to show off.

A slide-out pantry to utilize the dead space between your fridge and wall (or any appliance, really).

A set of adjustable mug organizers so you can confidently open your cupboard knowing an avalanche of mugs isn't about to fall on you.

A nonskid three-tier pantry organizer ready to save you from buying yet another thing of paprika because yours is seemingly off exploring Narnia.

Or a 30-spice door rack if there's simply no getting around the fact that your collection has outgrown its designated cabinet.

A wall-mounted pot hanger where you can suspend your entire collection in plain view. If cabinet space is scarce, this is an easy way to add extra storage.

A space-saving yogurt organizer if you're so grown that you simply can't resist a BOGO Chobani sale.

A set of super-strong magnetic strips to elevate beer and soda bottles so you can nix the annoying cardboard holders they come in. Plus, now you can free up an extra few inches underneath where you can slide in your XL bag of string cheese.

A magnetic kitchen organizer you can slap to the side of your fridge and not have to think about again. It's a great option for renters since you don't have to go drilling any holes or YouTubing any videos on how to use a stud finder.

A macramé fruit hammock so your bananas, apples, and oranges can enjoy their last days on Earth in comfort. Little do they know they're about to be devoured.

A cutlery organizer with a unique design to create extra space, even in those small drawers you never know what to do with.

An expandable, two-tier organizer because every time you put a cleaning product back in the cabinet under your kitchen sink, you have approx. one millisecond to slam the door shut before everything falls out.

A cabinet- or drawer-friendly lid organizer so you don't have to go through 27 Tupperware lids next time you're being responsible and trying to put away leftovers.

A bamboo burner cover ready to transform any teensy-tiny kitchen and give you 20 to 30 more inches of counter space! That might not sound like a whole lot, but my fellow NYC dwellers know it's nothing to sneeze at.

A rack that hangs from the side of your fridge if your cabinets are already at capacity and you're looking for an ~aesthetic~ option with room for your mugs, spices, and other frequently-reached-for goods.

A set of stretchy nesting silicone lids so you can finally go through your drawer and throw away any lids that don't have a matching container. Or, just throw them *all* away since these babies do their job and take up less space.

A cabinet door organizer with room for cutting boards, plastic wrap, baking sheets, and whatever else plagues your kitchen cabinets.

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