Seven Unique Kitchen Storage Finds That Will Declutter Your Pantry

Maximize your kitchen storage space with these unique decluttering ideas. From hanging pot racks and clear containers to repurposing office supplies, these storage finds will help take your kitchen from chaotic to functional in no time.

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ProKeeper Baker's Storage Set of 6

Keep your pantry staples fresh and organized with these clear food storage containers. Each airtight lid seals in freshness while the see-through container makes finding the ingredients you need quick and simple. Each container comes with accessories for easy use, such as a snap-out leveler for flour, a terra-cotta disk insert to keep brown sugar moist, and even a flip-out pour spout for sugar. ($45, usually $60; thecontainerstore.com)

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Williams Sonoma Roll-Out Lid and Tray Organizer

If you're constantly digging through your pantry for matching pots and lids, this organizer was made for you. Not only is it easy to mount inside of your cabinet, but it slides out smoothly so you no longer have to pull everything out to find the right lid. Organize your pot lids, baking sheets, cutting boards, trays, and pans once and for all thanks to system. ($50; williams-sonoma.com)

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Seville Ceiling-Mounted Pot Rack

The easiest way to make space in your pantry is to empty it! Do so by hanging your pots from a gorgeous mounted pot rack and put your kitchenware on display as part of your décor. ($188; anthropologie.com)

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Design Ideas Copper Wire Hanging Wall File

Turn empty wall space into extra storage with a gorgeous copper hanging file. Use it to store cleaning supplies, kitchen utensils, spices, or anything else you can think of. The possibilities are endless. ($10; bedbathandbeyond.com)

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Schmidt Brothers Acacia 24" Magnetic Wall Bar

Free up kitchen drawer or counter space with a hanging magnetic wall bar. Not only can you display sleek knives of all sizes thanks to its strong magnetic grip, but your cutlery will be easily accessible for use while chopping away in the kitchen. ($60; crateandbarrel.com)

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Enclume Eight-Tier Cookware Stand

If your kitchen storage is limited, then this cookware stand is what you need. Made from heavy-duty hammered steel, brushed stainless steel, or brass-plated carbon steel and traditional French metalworking, this cookware stand is designed to hold even the heaviest of kitchen pots, pans, and dishware. ($390; williams-sonoma.com)

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Kasia Wisniewski Hook

Coffee mugs usually take up fair amount of space in kitchen cabinets due to their handles. There's no right or wrong way to store them, but in order to avoid wasting space, why not try hanging them instead? Opt for hooks with a special detail, like these floral brass hooks by Kasia Wisniewski, which add even more interest to your kitchen. Hang them from under your cabinets or kitchen shelves to maximize space. ($17, usually $22; anthropologie.com)

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