11 Genius Ways to Store and Organize Water Bottles
With all of the beautiful water bottles on the market, it's no surprise you need a place to store 'em! We've rounded up the best organizers for bottles big and small.
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Wine and Water Bottle Organizer
To add a pop of color to your kitchen, try this wine and water bottle organizer. Its stackable design and size make it a smart solution for storing slimmer water bottles. Although you can stack this organizer in your pantry or cabinets, we think it’d be a great refrigerator drink organizer, too—especially as a place to store chilled wine.
Rectangular Wire Storage
Instead of trying to cram all your favorite water bottles into your kitchen cabinets, line them up neatly in this wire storage bin. This is the easiest and most budget-friendly water bottle storage idea because you can buy these holders one by one as your collection of water bottles and tumblers grows. Speaking of organization, you need to see this genius lid storage solution.
Adjustable Cabinet Organizer
Water bottles come in all shapes and sizes, and that’s why some of the best water bottle storage ideas are adjustable. This water bottle and travel mug organizer is a great organization hack that enables you to place all your water bottles inside your cabinets. There are both two- and three-shelf versions to suit your needs.
Scoop Wire Basket
Here’s another great wire basket option that even has extra room for pot and pan lids, as well as other kitchen tools. This scoop wire basket is tall and deep but still able to fit within your pantry or cabinet. Line up your water bottles by size, and you’re good to go!
Over-the-Door Pantry Organizer
An over-the-door rack is the perfect pantry organizer for when you’ve run out of shelf space. This six-tier pantry organizer is no exception, and it doubles as a clever way to organize your spices, too.
Under-Shelf Hanging Basket
Another ingenious water bottle storage idea is to use your under-shelf space. This wire storage basket has enough room to store water bottle and tumbler tops, as well as skinnier water bottles. If you buy more than one storage basket, you can store other tools, such as KitchenAid mixer attachments or kitchen wrap, in there, too.
Slim Storage Cart
If you have a gap between your fridge and the rest of the cabinets, why not use that space to solve your water bottle storage issues? This slim storage cart will slide into the thinnest of gaps in your kitchen. We’d recommend the three- or four-tier option.
Storage Bin with Handles
When it comes to organizing everything from spices to cleaning products, baskets are always a good kitchen storage idea. These woven storage bins come in a variety of sizes, so you can use the large size for bottles and the smaller version to store lids, straws and other accessories. Add a label to the bin’s side, and you’ll never lose the top to your favorite Starbucks cup again.
Lazy Susan Turntable
In terms of convenience, this pantry and cabinet staple tops the list. A Lazy Susan eliminates the need to reach to the deepest, darkest part of your cabinet or pantry. With a spin, you’ll have access to all your water bottles and tumblers without knocking everything over and creating a water bottle apocalypse. Find more Lazy Susan ideas.
Sure, these over-the-door organizers are typically meant for your shoes. However, this 24-pocket hanging organizer will fit any Starbucks cold cup or Thermos. Hang this organizer over your pantry or mudroom door, and you’ll have all your to-go cups ready, well, to go!
Expandable Drawer Divider
You don’t have to rely on your countertops or shelves to organize water bottles. If you have deep drawers, use this expandable bamboo drawer divider. Whether you place your water bottles flat or upright, these dividers will keep things sorted. The dividers also work as a utensil organizer. And we love this expandable cutlery tray from the Pioneer Woman, too.
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