As many of you know, we just moved to the Atlanta area, after living in the SF Bay Area for 8 wonderful years. I previously had my spices on clear step style organizers in my old house. All of the colors, shapes, and various bottles always made it hard to find the spices I was looking for. I knew this time around that I really wanted to have the spices in alphabetical order for ease of finding what I was looking for. Also, in an effort to use less glass and plastic, I wanted to have refillable jars that all matched. I searched all over and read lots of reviews before deciding. With three simple steps, I had an amazing and organized new spice drawer!
DIY Spice Drawer Organizer
First things first, I ordered a spice drawer organizer, which comes in two sizes, small and large. Be sure to measure your drawer, so you know which one will be the best fit. I ended up ordering the large, and then cut it to size. This drawer insert can be cut with a table saw or a small handheld cutting tool. Since we don’t have any power tools yet, I hired someone from Task Rabbit to come and cut it at my house, which was only $23.00!
Next up was ordering the matching spice jars. These jars have 6 different lid color options, but I decided to go with stainless steel. Each package has 12 jars, and with my drawer size, I was able to hold 48 spices or 4 sets of jars. This set also comes with a funnel to easily transfer your spices into the new containers. What I really loved about these jars is that they aren’t round, which means they will lay flat on the spice organizer without rolling around. This set also comes with spice labels, but I really wanted modern and clean look, so I’ll share about the labels next!
If you search online there are TONS of different options for labels. I really wanted a white and black look with clean lines. I decided to order labels from The Dwelling Company on Etsy. There are several options with size and color, but I ordered the white 1.25″x 2.25″ and went with the 80 standard labels for more spice variety (we can’t forget the everything but the bagel label!) Once I placed an order, the labels came in the mail in about a week. I found them very easy to place onto the spice jars, and I tried my best to make sure they were all in a similar location on the jars. These labels are made with a self-adhesive polyester, which means they are waterproof and oil resistant, which was really important to me!
My New Spice Drawer
I couldn’t be happier with this new spice drawer, and its SO easy to find the spice that I’m looking for! If you re-organize your spices, be sure to tag me @ketokarma so I can see…I love a good before and after!
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