Guest Picks: Corral Kitchen Utensils in Style
Caddies and holders for silverware and more add character and keep your kitchen organized
A school administrator by day, my free time focuses on most things food. When I am not baking, or decorating cakes, I work on my food blog called Mele Cotte (www.melecotte.com) which means Baked Apples in Italian.
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While some people take pride in needing only one shot to get the ball directly from the tee into the cup on the green, others prefer to make their move in the kitchen. Both, though, need some way to keep their things organized: Golfers have their caddies, and kitchens have utensil caddies. Utensil caddies can, and should, be fun, inviting and easily incorporated into the kitchen's decor. — Chris from Mele Cotte
This Heirloom caddy presents flatware in a reserved, classy manner.
The cutlery pressed in each ceramic caddy adds style to a stereotypically ordinary container. The design promotes organization as well.
This compartmentalized caddy will couple well with stainless steel appliances.
Who said jars are reserved for pickling and jams? This Ball Jar caddy brings it all home again.
Who doesn't enjoy a checkered picnic blanket on a warm summer day? But if you're not an outdoorsy kind of person, you can bring the picnic inside with this houndstooth utensil caddy.
The frosted compartments in this caddy create a sleek, cool and modern look.
Bring a certain je ne sais quoi to your kitchen with a French bistro caddy.
Simple and rustic, this caddy will be welcomed by the significant others who may be more "meat 'n' potatoes" kinds of people.
Wicker isn't just for furniture anymore.
Pork, the other white meat, is also a place to hold the utensils used to cook it!
You spin me right 'round baby, right 'round, like a spinning utensil holder baby, right 'round, 'round, 'round. You know you're now humming that old '80s pop hit — admit it!
This vintage kitchen utensil caddy is clearly retro, especially with the note, "Handmade by Sharon Brown 1978" on its base.
Simple, clean and retro, this utensil holder belongs on my counter.
This caddy is made from a repurposed metal pipe — a little DIY becomes shabby chic decor!
Sleek and unobtrusive, this modest caddy will keep a kitchen honest.
Architecture isn't just for buildings. This wired caddy brings architectural panache to a room.
You didn't think Le Creuset would stop at cast iron pans and stoneware dutch ovens, did you?
Ideabook updated on Aug. 21, 2012.
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