6 Ways Magnetic Storage Could Save Your Organizing Life
Of course I know how magnets work (ok, I kind of know how magnets work), but somehow they still seem a little bit like magic: these wonderful surfaces that things mysteriously stick to, seemingly in defiance of the law of gravity. Turns out this magic is something you can put to work in your home — and in all kinds of ways you might not have imagined. Here are some of our favorites.
This set of 24 magnetic spice jars ($140 from Etsy shop Gneiss Spice, spices included) could be a real boon in a small kitchen.
A magnetic strip mounted on the inside of a drawer or cabinet door is the perfect spot to corral bobby pins, nail clippers or any other tiny metal tools floating around your bathroom. Get this one on Amazon for $13.
A magnetic knife rack, as seen in Mariana & Mark’s Artistic Melbourne Home, is a great way to organize your knives while also saving drawer space.
→ On Kitchn: 10 Places To Hang a Magnetic Knife Rack
The blogger from Keeping Up with the Souths used a magnetic knife rack to organize her son’s toy car collection.
In this example from The Cavender Diary, magnetic knife racks hold painting supplies and tools in the garage. Bonus points for the use of the soup cans.
Here’s one final idea from The Family Handyman — a magnet, stuck to a metal bracket on the inside of a cabinet, is perfect for keeping track of small pieces, like drill bits, that might otherwise get lost.