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Buying Guide: This unique silverware organizer is a game changer for small kitchen drawers
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Buying Guide: This unique silverware organizer is a game changer for small kitchen drawers

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Keeping a small kitchen organized is always a struggle, but when you can’t even fit standard cutlery organizers in a narrow drawer, it’s even more challenging. Fortunately, this smartly designed silverware organizer is a unique solution for tiny kitchens.

How It Works

This cutlery organizer has a stacked design so you can fit more silverware in the drawer without adding extra width. The small tray measures 15.55 by 4.33 by 2.24 inches and fits up to 24 pieces of cutlery in the angled compartments. The tray allows you to store a full set of silverware in less than half the space of conventional drawer organizers.

Smarter Storage

In addition to the unique angled design, this silverware organizer has multiple features that make it a smarter storage option for small kitchens. The non-slip feet on the bottom stop the drawer and your silverware from sliding around in the drawer, and the durable plastic is easy to wash by hand. Each storage compartment also has cutlery icons to keep things organized.

Why Customers Love It

Amazon customers with small kitchens have finally found the perfect solution to their storage woes. With an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars and more than 31,000 reviews, it’s safe to say this silverware organizer has some serious fans. Customers loved that the design doubled the amount of space in their drawer and that unlike traditional silverware organizers, this design kept silverware from sliding out of place.

Joseph Joseph Drawer Store Kitchen Drawer Organizer available from Amazon

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