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5 Must-Have Products to Keep Drawers Organized

Last year, a OnePoll survey found that almost 90% of American households have a junk drawer. Junk drawers allow us to keep items out of sight and out of mind but make it hard to find what we need quickly. Fortunately, numerous products exist to keep our junk drawers organized, and by stocking these items, you can become a go-to spot for storage and organization for your customers. 

The Wilsonart® Interiors collection won’t keep drawers organized but will add personality and a decorative touch. The collection includes Thermally Fused Laminate (TFL) designs and finishes for the inside of drawers, as well as cabinets and closets. 

To keep knives from cutting up, the Cook N Home Bamboo Knife Storage in-Drawer Block has 11 slots for knives and is made of natural bamboo. The natural wave design makes knives easy to access and protected when not in use. 

Made by Lynk, the Spice Rack Tray Insert is a large capacity 4-tier system that expands up to 26 ½ inches to fit even the widest drawers and to organize spices, essential oils, nail polish, herbs, medicine and more. 

Expandable to fit a variety of drawers, the Royal Craft Wood Expandable Drawer Dividers include four wood dividers that are easy to install, fully adjustable and spring-loaded. They come in several colors including natural bamboo, black, white and gray.

The Joseph Joseph DrawerStore™ Large Cutlery Organizer has a unique design with angled compartments that layer on top of each other to store more pieces of cutlery in less space. The organizer has nonslip feet, and the compartments are labeled. 

About Carly Froderman

Carly joined the NHPA staff in 2021 as an associate editor. Born and raised in Indiana, Carly earned a B.A. in English from Indiana University Bloomington. She enjoys reading, hiking, and cheering on the Indiana Hoosiers.

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