If you're anything like me (i.e. living with a tiny kitchen that has hardly any storage space), then you already know how hard it is to find room to stash stuff. But what if we told you we discovered an accessory that offers up extra kitchen storage opportunity and helps you keep your cooking tools organized to boot?
This stylish Umbra Float Kitchen Organizer at Amazon mounts directly under any old kitchen cabinet (or onto the wall) for easy access to your most used cooking tools. Designed with flexible grippers on the inside, this sleek aluminum space-saver holds up to four utensils at once, in a wide range of sizes (from chopsticks to large wooden spoons). Simply screw the mounting hardware below the kitchen cabinet of your choice (or use the adhesive strips to attach it to the wall) and voila: You have a place to store and set your go-to cooking tools in a pinch.
Not only is this clever kitchen organizer surprisingly chic, thanks to its elegant floating design, it instantly frees up counter and drawer space so you score more room for storage—and cooking.
Just read what Amazon customer P. Daniels had to say in their five-star verified review of the savvy kitchen streamliner:
"Float makes it easy and fast to grab just the utensil you need when you need it. Say goodbye to jumbled drawers and the overloaded canister next to the stove. A brilliant design."
And along with opening a little extra storage space, this floating wonder makes cooking and food prep go a lot more smoothly (and forget ever needing a spoon rest again). As Amazon user Melanie Williams explains, "A terrific solution to give me immediate access to the utensils that I want to keep handy! I can now grab the gadget that I need during food prep without having to dig through an overcrowded drawer of clean utensils!"
Still not convinced you need a floating utensil holder for your own kitchen? Don't forget that this snazzy uni-tasker is frequently priced at $15 bucks. Which means you can forge more storage and food prep space in your kitchen in seconds, for less than the cost of the pizza you planned on ordering to avoid having to cook.