I am a deeply neurotic, type-A person, and one of my greatest pet peeves is having to organize Tupperware containers. They always end up stacked in a haphazard mess and it always takes multiple tries to find the correct lid for each container.
Well, Rev-A-Shelf decided enough was enough and designed a drawer insert for kitchen cupboards specifically to organize Tupperware, and I think I might be in love with it.
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Organization Is Rev-A-Shelf's Speciality
The official product is called the "Rev-A-Shelf Food Storage Container Organizer". Rev-A-Shelf is a company that specializes in creating home storage solutions, including spice racks, waste management storage, and kitchen material organization.
This drawer was designed to make container storage as easy as possible, ensuring that all Tupperware is visible and accessible in one quick pull.
Spaces For Everything
This drawer allows you to stack and organize all of your containers in the bottom, while all the lids are grouped by size on the top have of the drawer. In addition, the dividers for both sections can be moved and customized to accommodate your personal Tupperware collection.
Not only is it useful, but the natural wood look gives the drawer a nice finish.
Customers Are Fans Of It
The drawer currently retails for $226.99, but is also available used for $195.06. While this may seem like a steep price, this product has so far only received positive reviews on Amazon, averaging about 4.6/5 stars!
Many have said commented that it made their cupboard organization much easier, with one even saying that her family doesn't "know how we lived so long without it."
*Stares In Awe Of How Beautiful It Is*
The organization drawer comes with two side slide systems that can support up to 75 pounds. One reviewer said that they really enjoyed having the drawer once they got it set inside correctly, and we can instantly see why.
My Type-A senses are tingling. I've already added it to my Amazon wishlist *nudge nudge, Mom*.