5 Easy and Inexpensive Ways to Organize Your Spices

04 January, 2021

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Are you constantly digging through your cabinets looking for a certain spice jar? Do you end up buying duplicates of spices because you couldn’t find the one you were looking for? If this sounds like you, it’s time to organize your spices, my friend.

Organizing your spices is one of the easiest organizing projects, and it doesn’t have to be expensive. In this post, I am going to share five of my favorite ways to organize your spices. None of the solutions are permanent, so they’re easy to move if you’re a renter or modify if your spice collection expands.

Remember, everyone’s cabinets and drawers are different, so make sure to take thorough measurements before purchasing any of the products recommended below.


Turntable or Lazy Susan Organizer

Turntables (or Lazy Susans)

I love using turntables to organize spices because they allow you to see everything you have with just a quick turn. You’ll never go digging into the back of your cabinet again. They come in many different colors and sizes, so there are plenty of options for you to choose from.

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Tiered Spice Jar Organizer

Tiered Stands

Tiered stands are also great for storing spices inside of a cabinet. The extra levels help you see all of your spices at a glance, so nothing will get lost in the back.

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In Drawer Spice Organizer

Drawer Spice Organizers

This gray drawer liner may not look like much, but the tiny ridges ensure that your spices stay in place as you open and close the drawer. The liner can be trimmed to fit any drawer, making this a very versatile solution.

I’ve included some additional drawer organizers below in different colors and styles.

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White Wall-Mounted Spice Rack

Wall-Mounted Spice Rack

If you’re limited on cabinet and drawer space, a wall mounted spice rack may be the way to go. If possible, mount the spice rack near your food prep area to make your cooking process as seamless as possible.

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Over the Door Pantry Organizer

Over the Door Organizer

The back of a pantry door can provide a lot of additional storage! You can use this space to store spices, grains, and other dried goods. Just be careful not to store anything too heavy here, as it will weigh down the door. This solution saves kitchen cabinets and drawers for your dinnerware and utensils.

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