Having an organized kitchen isn't always easy. Finding a spot for every single appliance and tool can be difficult because there's so much to squeeze in to one kitchen! Also, trying to find enough counter space for prepping meals is an ongoing struggle, especially if you're like me and you do not like clutter!
Silverware is one of those things that you think you'll never run out of because you try and buy a lot of it, but you always seem to run short on. Keeping it all organized can also be a challenge. I don't know about you, but if I didn't have some kind of container or drawer organizer for all of my silverware, I know it would be all over the place!
Having a certain spot for the forks, knives, spoons and other utensils makes life a lot easier, especially when entertaining. Here is a list of ideas for different ways to help keep your silverware in order.
1. OXO Good Grips Expandable Utensil Organizer
This utensil organizer has up to seven compartments and adjusts to the size of the kitchen drawer. It also has non slip feet, so the forks and knifes stay put in this silverware organizer.
2. Wooden Caddy
Rustic and sturdy, this caddy is the perfect solution if you are tight on drawer space and looking for a storage solution with style. Place this flatware caddy on your kitchen countertop.
Bonus: there are three different compartments and even space for napkins, plus it's compact enough to sit in small spaces.
3. Stackable Bamboo Drawer Organizers
Mix and match with these individuals containers to fit just right into your drawer. These kitchen drawer organizers are also stackable for deeper drawers, making this both functional and a great idea. You'll be able to get the perfect custom fit with this kitchen storage.
4. Ceramic Caddy with Wooden Tray
Modern and simple and perfect if you're tight on drawer space for silverware. The tray design makes it portable from the counter to the kitchen table. There's nothing better than an organized home.
5. Mason Jar Containers and Caddy
This is another rustic design with glass jars and chalkboard tags. Either write the name of each utensil or bring out your inner artist and draw a picture! This flatware organizer comes with handles to easily transport to any table.
6. Vintage Wooden Box
This vintage and elegant box will take great care of your silverware while keeping it organized and looking pretty! Leave it out on the counter or store in a utensil drawer.
7. DIY Drawer Dividers
This is a simple and inexpensive project to separate your silverware (or any drawer for that matter) using cardboard and decorative contact paper.
This blogger uses the dividers for her son's dresser drawer, but you can certainly use the idea in the kitchen!
8. DIY Mason Jar Caddy
Another easy, personalized project. All you need is a wooden box, paint, letter stencils and mason jars. You really can't wrong with the rustic feel of mason jars.
9. Spinning Wire Utensil Holder
This is the perfect utensil holder to leave on your dining room table. It spins so you and your guests can easily reach for whichever utensil you need. No drawer space necessary!
10. Flower Pot Holder
A fun project that can be displayed indoors and even outdoors. Easily paint flower pots the colors of your choice and tie a tag around each one.
11. Marble Tray
Clean and modern, this cutlery tray would look beautiful in a kitchen with rustic farmhouse touches. It's also sturdy and easy to clean.
12. Metal Wall Baskets
I love this industrial and vintage styled basket hanger. It has three sections for forks, knives and spoons and will hang up right on the wall, saving you counter space and drawer space.
13. DIY Hanging Wood and Mason Jar Utensil Holder
I really love the idea of these wall pieces to store silverware, and mason jars! It gives a lot of extra space around the kitchen and your friends will be impressed with this DIY project!
14. Under Cabinet Silverware Drawer
This is a great way to save space because it attaches to an existing cabinet. You can also choose the wood you want to match your kitchen.
15. Hanging White Bins
These hanging bins have a lot of country charm and would be a great match in any kitchen. Buy as many bins as you need and hang on the railing. It's also great for storing other kitchen tools.