September 28, 2022

Joseph Joseph CupboardStore Spice Organizer Review

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Let’s be honest, no matter how big your kitchen is, chances are your cabinets are overcrowded. And here at Kitchn, we are there with you! I mean, with so many delicious items to stock these days – we’re talking Fly By Jing’s best-selling trio, new-wave canned fish collaborations, and groundbreaking rubs we can’t get enough of this summer — our kitchens are brimming with fun ingredients and essentials. That being said, there’s nothing worse than a mess of spice jars falling out every time you open the cabinet doors. So we spend a plot time searching for the best organizers to help prevent said condiment cascade.

We’ve told you about many worthy solutions (like these no-drill organizers that make installation easy), all of which have a dedicated purpose and will undoubtedly transform the look of your kitchen. As experts in storage and organization solutions, we are very good at evaluating the effectiveness of a given product. That’s why when we discovered the CupboardStore Spice Organizer by Joseph Joseph, we immediately knew it was a totally awesome find.

You may be thinking, “With so many spice organizers, how do I know if this one is the a? Well, here’s the awesome part: it stores your spices horizontally, tucking them under a cupboard shelf and keeping them out of sight and out of the way (until you need some cumin for that rib rub , that’s to say). This means the organizer takes advantage of those few inches of unused empty space, decluttering the shelf and giving your cabinets an aesthetic makeover. The unique design allows the compartment, which holds seven standard sized spice jars, to pop out when you need it and stay hidden when you don’t. When you need a spice, just pull the thing out, grab your jar, and push the holder back into its horizontal position.

When it comes to installing these handy organizers, reviewers praise how easy it is. Like this satisfied customer, who wrote: “I was pleasantly surprised at how easy it was to install, you literally just pull a tab, slide it into place, then press it to the bottom of the shelf on which she is.” They went on to explain, “The grip of this little strip is awesome, I was shocked at how much weight it can hold and currently have it full of pickles and gravy seasoning packets. Honestly, the sturdiness was higher than I expected for what is essentially a free hanging sticky drawer! It’s not everyday you get an easy-to-install storage solution. and actually holds.

While the CupboardStore Spice Organizer will effortlessly store your spices, no one is stopping you from slipping an organizer under every shelf for any purpose. Some reviewers thought outside the box and used the Joseph Joseph for an easy-access first aid kit, calling the find “organization at its finest.” Still others have found a plethora of other practical uses for this multifunctional gadget. “To finish! I’m so tired of trying to find a place to keep the lids of Yeti cups or thermos cups,” one user shared. “I don’t like having them on the shelf sitting alone because they don’t stack properly and always fall off each other or out of the cabinet.” Even!” Now the lids are directly under the cups they belong to and on top of the coffee cups which aren’t quite enough tall to get in the way. I’ll have more later. In that vein, I could see using the organizer for mason jar lids, Tupperware lids, tea bags, napkins – basically anything that’s a pain to store.

If you have spices – or just about anything – that you want to organize and out of the way, do yourself a favor: shop the CupboardStore now (for only $15!!) and save yourself the frustration of crowded cupboards. In fact, we have a hunch that once you see it in action, you’ll be heading back to Amazon to order plenty more in no time.

Buy: Joseph Joseph CupboardStore Spice Organizer, $14.99

Stella Totino


Stella is a former pastry chef and lover of all things food. Invested in discovering fun new flavors and the tools that help her create them, she incorporates her knowledge of ingredients, cooking and cuisines into all of her research and writing for The Kitchn.