Are you making the most out of the space you’ve got? I know we don’t so we love it when we uncover a handy space saving device or just a clever way of storing something. From carousel spice racks to recycling and veg drawers we’ve found loads of them.
Stuff all your plastic bags into this dispenser and when you need to use one, just pull through the holes. Keeps your cupboard nice and tidy. It also keeps the cat amused for ages! Available at Ikea.
These jars have a blackboard panel so you can scribble down what you have stored in there with chalk.
We love this squirrel brush and dustpan!
Not that bins are all that interesting but this one has a 'quiet' closing lid! Wish my fridge has one of those...
Did you know that the little man who's stuck inside the iconic jar is called Gianni? My wonderful friend Rachel got me one of these and filled it with my favourite sweets - what a great present! Available from Alessi.
The original kilner jar was invented by John Kilner in the 1840’s at the Kilner Glass Works in Dewsbury. Today everyone knows the iconic jars, which says something about the quality and usefulness of them.
Not all flasks have to be ugly! Designed by Celia Birtwell herself. Available from Celia Birtwell.
Store your home grown fruit and vegetables in this rustic three drawer pine store that fits neatly onto a kitchen worktop or on the floor. Also great for storing tools, wine or even pants.
This vintage style glass butter dish has "BEURRE" (means butter in French) printed on the lid and is ideal for keeping your butter fresh and your fridge neat.
Probably the coolest rubbish and recycling bin around. It has 3 pull out drawers to separate your rubbish and label slots to make sure you get it right each time.
Makes you dry up quicker if there is a Monopoly game to play at the end of it.
Practical 'clip and seal' glass bottles that can be used to store any liquids, has a measure and removable drizzler caps and looks good on the table for dipping oils. I have one that I use as a water bottle at work.