Win Your Spring Cleaning Game With These Kitchen Storage Containers

It’s a fact that all home owners face. You can wash and scrub as much as you like, but no room is going to feel clean until it is organized. Especially in your kitchen. When your mugs float around the counters and you don’t dare open your pantry for fear something will fall out on your head, you will never feel like you’ve finished your spring cleaning. Luckily, there are lots of options for kitchen storage that are so pretty, you’ll be glad you installed all those open shelves. Take a look at these 15 storage items that will help you win your spring cleaning game in the kitchen.

Chinese takeout holder

Every cook has those go to utensils that are the first out of the drawer. Keep your faves handy in a fun utensil holder that looks like a Chinese takeout box. It will only encourage you to try to make all those Asian dishes you’ve been pinning. (via Urban Outfitters)

Chalkboard canisters

When you’re in the cooking groove, you don’t want to have to think twice about whether that jar holds the flour or the powdered sugar. The chalkboard labels on these canisters will make it easy to tell which holds what. (via Crate and Barrel)

2-tier copper basket

Some kitchens are more of a closet than a kitchen. If you’re out of storage space in your cabinets and on your counters, use a hanging basket like these to increase your space. All your hanging fruits and veggies will act as decor as well as sustenance. (via CB2)

Spice jars box

Spice jars are almost a bad word. Everyone has that problematic shelf that’s loaded with stacks of the little jars that make it difficult to find anything. Get your spice collection under control by exchanging the little jars for sleek jars like these that all fit nicely in a box of their own. No more yelling at the spice cabinet. (via Crate and Barrel)

Wire baskets

Cookbooks, dish detergents, bags of chips, there are plenty of necessary kitchen items that you wish you could just throw in a basket and be done with. That’s what these baskets seem made for! In three sizes, there are lots of options for what will work best where. (via Anthropologie)

White Enamel Canisters

I found something necessary for storage in your rustic kitchen. These enamel canisters promise to hold all your flour and pasta and snacks prettily on the shelf. Plus, the durable material is perfect for holding kids snacks so you don’t have to worry if they drop them. (via West Elm)

Weck Glass Jars

Many people worry about food safe storage containers and making sure that nothing leeches into their leftovers. If that’s you, stock up on these jars that will keep food fresh in your fridge or pantry and keep you worry free. (via West Elm)

luna wine-stem rack

Apartment too small for a full fledged bar cart? Store your bottles and wine stemware all together on a wall rack like this. It’ll look chic while giving all those necessities a place to rest until they’re needed. (via CB2)

Berry Box Colanders

You might think that ceramic berry baskets are superfluous. But they provide such great storage options that you can’t live without one. They’ll hold berries and orange slices and vegetables and goldfish. In fact, they just might become your go to serveware when you host parties. (via Crate and Barrel)

Binz Organizers and Tray

Oh the fridge. All those unrecognizable leftovers and spare soda cans are the bane of our existences. It’s time to change that with some clear organizing containers. I promise that an organized fridge will help you sleep better at night. (via Crate and Barrel)

Natural canisters

Looking for some canisters that will fit your minimal style? You definitely need these. The simple colors will be a beautiful addition to your kitchen while doing the storage job. (via CB2)

Wall shelf cubby

Sometimes you just need storage on the wall in your kitchen. A wire basket like this provides lots of cubbies for cookbooks and succulents and candles as well as hooks for dishtowels and oven mitts. It is the perfect small kitchen storage solution. (via Anthropologie)

Patterned food storage

Aren’t these the prettiest containers you’ve ever seen? These patterned storage bowls will inspire you to take leftovers to work and keep your fridge clean so you can see all the colors. (via Urban Outfitters)

Utility Kitchen Canisters

Simple labeled jars and bottles are just what any kitchen could hope for in your spring cleaning process. No matter how you decorate, these storage items will match. And make your kitchen incredibly happy. (via West Elm)

Mountain caddy

Every kitchen has that area where the pens accumulate and the scissors end up. Keep that space clear with this mountain caddy set. It will keep all those essentials organized and can also act as book ends for your cookbooks and mail. (via CB2)