Reaching for and then sorting through pans lids can be irritating -- especially inside extra-deep base cabinets. Simplify by installing upright pan lid racks that utilize vertical space rather than the cabinet’s depth.
Pots and their lids are great partners on the stove, but inside the kitchen cabinet, not so much. Get a handle on the havoc and make your cabinets more functional by storing lids on the door with a minimalist rack like this steel model from The Container Store.
Keep pots handy for cooking by storing them right below the range. This convenient drawer even features a partition at the back that neatly stores all the lids in plain view. Photo courtesy of Dura Supreme Cabinetry.
For to-go drinks, stainless steel straws are the easiest reusable kind to poke through lids, and Klean Kanteen's straws have a silicone mouthpiece that makes them even more pleasant to drink from. Ditch single-use plastic straws for one of our favorite reusable alternatives.
With various sized bins and a range of lids, it doesn’t take much for your collection of leftover holders to get out of hand. Lufkin and Goodsell say to group bottoms, then stack lids vertically with the help of a plate rack.
You can store and transport tools and supplies and use the lid of the Lawn Buddy as a seat when gardening. The wheeled planters cart is made and sold by Ames. Open up the lid to reach the storage area.