Giveaway – Organize Your Kitchen with YouCopia

organize your kitchen with YouCopia

organize your kitchen with YouCopia

Organize Your Kitchen with YouCopia

 

When I moved from a house to an apartment nearly four years ago I had to downsize a great deal because the space is so much smaller.  We sent two box trucks filled with stuff to a thrift store that supports men in recovery.  TWO. BOX. TRUCKS!  

Our new kitchen cabinets are the narrowest things I’ve ever seen.  That means that our pantry has become the dumping ground for stuff that doesn’t fit neatly in the cabinets.  Thankfully, YouCopia came to my rescue!  I was so excited to get my cabinets organized that I forgot to take before pictures.

SpiceSteps

 

 

First up is the SpiceSteps (10.8″D x 11.4″W x 3.7″H).  My cabinets about 12 inches wide and the SpiceSteps fit perfectly and it allows me to even put some items on the side.  Not only is my spice cabinet organized but I can actually see what spices are available.  I took two cabinet shelves filled with spices and other food stuffs and got nearly all of my spices on the four tiers of the SpiceSteps.  Rather than stacking my small spice bottles I’m able to keep them up front.  

Included with the easily-cleaned SpiceSteps are printed and blank labels to allow you to easily label your spice bottles for even quicker location.  SpiceSteps holds 24 standard sized spice bottles.  As you can see it holds a lot of spices regardless of the bottle size.  The back row has all of my large spice containers.  You can find SpiceSteps at YouCopia and Amazon.  

StoraStack

 

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Next up is my plasticware.  That stuff is always messy, falling over, and disorganized.  At least once a week I pull it out of the pantry and reorganize it.  When I come home my son has pulled it all out looking for something and put it back into the pantry in a mess.  

That being said, I had a cabinet that I wasn’t using because it was too narrow to really hold anything.  Enter the StoraStack (18.3-21.3″D x 7.4″W x 4.5″H).  It holds 12 lids and containers neatly in one place.  It has an adjustable  rack that allows you to hold whatever size containers you want.  As you can see in my picture I was able to stack multiple sizes of containers together.  There are more than a dozen containers.  I have a couple of larger pieces that hold the remaining lids.  You can purchase StoraStack at YouCopia, Target, or Amazon.  

StoreMore

 

 

The StoreMore Lid Holder (11.5″D x 7.3″W x 5.0″H) allows me to keep all of my pot and pan lids in one convenient and organized location.  Rather than stacking the lids, which inevitably fall over, or keeping each lid upside down on its pot, StoreMore keeps then standing up neatly.  Whether your lids are stainless steel or glass they’re protected and kept upright.   For me, it’s another small space that’s being used more efficiently.  While my pots and pans are on the longer bottom section of the cabinet, the StoreMore fits in the smaller upper cabinet.  

Whether your lids are stainless steel or glass they’re protected and kept upright.   For me, it’s another small space that’s being used more efficiently.  While my pots and pans are on the longer bottom section of the cabinet, the StoreMore fits in the smaller upper cabinet.  The coated metal separators are adjustable and work with any size lid as you can see in the photographs.  StoreMore can be found at YouCopia, Target, and Amazon.  

 

Enter to Win!

The YouCopia giveaway ends on December 21, 2016. Full terms and conditions can be read on the widget.  The giveaway is open to USA residents only. The prize is a product of your choice from the Youcopia range for a value of $40.00.  This giveaway is arranged and fulfilled by YouCopia.  

 

 

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About Sandy Sandmeyer

Lover of Jesus, Scott, my family, sea glass, eyeshadow, pretty toes, the stars & autumn. Theology school student. Doctor of Sacred Studies.

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