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10 Products That’ll Help You Make the Most of Your Tiny Kitchen

Having a small space doesn't mean you should just skip cooking. These tiny kitchen ideas will help you cook up a storm anytime, anywhere.

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Collapsible Dish Drying Rackvia amazon.com

Collapsible Dish Drying Rack

Tackling the dishes as you go is a great way to limit clutter and mess in a tiny kitchen. Totally Bamboo’s collapsible dish racks (from $20) are designed to fit on a tiny patch of countertop, then stashed under the sink until dish duty calls again. Here are 12 simple ways to gain more counter space.

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3-in-1 Breakfast Stationvia amazon.com

3-in-1 Breakfast Station

Nostalgia Electrics Retro Series 3-In-1 Breakfast Station ($77) is a bit pricey, but boy, it’s a workhorse! Whip up some coffee, toast and a little something tasty on the griddle. You’ll be telling everyone to “Kiss my grits!” with the sass and ease of Alice herself.

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Colorful Nesting Bowls & Measuring Cupsvia amazon.com

Colorful Nesting Bowls & Measuring Cups

Who knew measuring could be so stylish? Joseph Joseph’s mixing bowls and measuring cups ($22) all nest together to save on storage space. The whole set is dishwasher safe, making clean-up a breeze.

Use this handy set to make any one of these best-ever healthy desserts as a celebration of being both practical and fun.

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Collapsible Colander & Microwave Plate Covervia amazon.com

Collapsible Colander & Microwave Plate Cover

With limited storage, the more a piece can do the better! This colander and microwave plate cover ($17) helps you strain your spaghetti and then nuke the sauce, all without missing a beat (or making a mess). Just make a batch of our Italian meatballs to finish the meal.

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Magnetic Knife Stripvia amazon.com

Magnetic Knife Strip

You can install magnetic knife storage in all sorts of places other than the wall. This highly rated magnetic knife strip ($15) can be installed under your cabinets to keep counters clear and knives out of sight.

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Magnetic Spice Tinsvia amazon.com

Magnetic Spice Tins

Do you like to have everything at your fingertips? We feel you. Try Talented Kitchen’s magnetic spice tins ($16). Smart, affordable and complete with two easy-to-read label options, they make a great housewarming gift.

Once your spices are in place, celebrate with a warm and cozy mug of hot spiced cider.

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Under-Cabinet Stemware Rackvia amazon.com

Under-Cabinet Stemware Rack

The theme is clutter-free. For less than a trip to the movies, get an under-cabinet stemware rack ($14). It keeps your wine glasses clean, protected and out of the way. This little chrome number has the capacity for up to nine glasses.

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Rabbit Houdini Expandable Wine Rackvia amazon.com

Expandable Wine Rack

At only 8″ tall, this small yet mighty wine rack ($13) can easily be tucked in your fridge or displayed on your dining room table. Received a new bottle as a gift, but no room left in the rack? What a pity! Looks like you’ll just have to make a batch of mixed berry sangria.

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Single Serve Blendervia amazon.com

Single Serve Blender

With this pint-sized powerhouse, blend for a few seconds and voilà, you have our best shakes and smoothies. This Hamilton Beach blender ($15) even has a blending jar that doubles as a travel cup, reducing clean-up time. (If you have a little more room, consider our Test Kitchen’s favorite blender.)

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Airtight Container Setvia amazon.com

Airtight Container Set

Having a tightly packed pantry results in frustration when you can’t find what you’re looking for. Instead, try using clear containers with easy-to-read labels ($55). Take a peek at these pantry organization tips from the experts, too.

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Note: Every product is independently selected by our editors. If you buy something through our links, we may earn an affiliate commission.

Jennifer Schwarzkopf
Half Chilean, half Irish descent and all joie de vivre, I'm a food writer/photographer who loves to share stories about different cultures and the magic that is sharing a meal together. When not doing that, you'll find me working on my culinary degree, hanging with family & friends, and just trying to "live deep and suck out all the marrow of life." Salud!
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