In Episode 29, our interview with Michelle Robinson, we geeked out a little over her organized tupperware cabinet! I wasn’t able to find the exact storage rack Michelle referred to in the podcast, but I did find lots of other great options.
I thought I’d share of few of my favorite cabinet organizers with you in case your food storage containers could use a little organizing love too!
If you are lucky enough to have a drawer dedicated to tupperware, Martha Stewart gives us some inspiration with this layout.
Martha Stewart’s website lists the divider above as one of her products sold at Home Depot, unfortunately I wasn’t able to find it. If you know where to find that divider please share in the comments below. I think it is a great size and could work well to corral your tupperware galore. Here is a similar divider from The Container Store and another option from Bed, Bath, and Beyond.
If you don’t have a dedicated drawer for tupperware, you can create a drawer with this mesh organizer from The Container Store. It comes with glides that you mount to your cabinet for easy access. You can also purchase the mesh organizer without glides.
Another option for either drawers or cabinets is this acrylic organizer from Bed, Bath, and Beyond. I always recommend separating out lids from containers and this organizer allows you to keep the lids sorted even if you have various containers types.
Bed, Bath, and Beyond also has an adjustable organizer similar to the acrylic one above.
If you are storing tupperware in a cabinet, try a simple dish/lid organizer like this Bamboo Rack*. As you can see, it is good for storing more than just lids.
Lastly, if you are ready for a major overhaul and have some money to invest, check out this full drawer organizer from REV-a-Shelf.