The Most Beautiful Kitchen Organizers You Can Buy on Amazon

It’s no secret that we love a smart storage solution. A storage solution that looks smart too? Well, we just lose our minds over that kind of stuff.

And so explains our current obsession with YAMAZAKI home. Do you know the brand?

The line features all sorts of accessories (including shelf risers, cookbook holders, tool holders, and more) that puts other kitchen organizers to shame. Each item is made of sturdy steel (that’s painted white for a clean, airy look) and sometimes features a touch of wood, making them good picks for any type of kitchen.

Just look at some of our favorite items below. (It doesn’t hurt that the photography is amazing. Can we all just move into these kitchens? OK, thanks!)

This small spice rack attaches to the side of the fridge, and is great for holding a few bottles of oils, spices, salts, or other frequently used items that you want to be able to access quickly and easily.

A much bigger option, this magnetic rack has room for those oils and spices, plus a roll of paper towels, and some extra tools.

Although we could all probably afford to use fewer paper towels, it’s not a terrible idea to have some around. This holder keeps them within reach but not in the way.

Finally! A dish riser that’s pretty enough to sit out on open shelving.

Speaking of pretty, here is the world’s prettiest dish drainer. Seriously, raise your hand if you’d be totally fine with leaving this on your counter all the time. It’s not cheap, but some things are worth the splurge.

Sure, you can lean your cutting boards against your backsplash, but what’s the fun in that? This stand makes so much more sense.

This crock makes it super easy to find the tool you’re looking for.

What do you think? Do you love this stuff as much as we do? Would you be willing to pay up for some of the more expensive items in the line?

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