The Stylish $25 West Elm Find That Will Keep Your Countertops Clutter-Free
In my old place, my kitchen, living room, and bedroom were all squished together in a tiny studio apartment — for reference, it was so small that I couldn’t even fit a bistro dining table. As you might expect, I couldn’t go all out with the kitchen decor, no matter how much I wanted to. I needed to prioritize functional and space-saving gear over things that were pretty, and often, I couldn’t find items that checked both boxes.
Even though I’ve left studio living behind, I’m still in the habit of looking for kitchen gadgets and organizers that get the job done, maximize the space, and elevate the room style-wise. I’ve found that West Elm is the place to go for chic kitchen goods and storage solutions, but as anyone even vaguely familiar with the brand can tell you, their high-quality items come with a reflective price tag. But, a peek at their sale section can reveal some stunning deals, like this luxe, $25 caddy that I’m adding to my countertop pronto.
What is the Kaloh Counter Caddy?
I’ve tried keeping my utensils in my cabinet to keep them concealed, but I always find myself needing my spatulas and spoons close by. Right now, they’re in these no-frills metal holders, which are all well and good, but they’re a little too industrial compared to the rest of my kitchen’s decor and they don’t stand out in the best way. So when I saw that this gorgeous white bin was priced so well, I added it to my cart immediately.
Made in collaboration with designer Aaron Probyn, the solid, minimal construction works with any design style and conceals a large portion of the utensils you place inside of it, giving your kitchen a cleaner, less cluttered look. It features two smaller sections partitioned by beech wood, which gives it an even greater airy feel and allows you to separate your utensils by category. The larger section can accommodate the more bulky tools, like your tongs, whisks, and so on. To top it off, the Kaloh caddy even has a handle on top, which makes transport from the kitchen counters to the table effortless.
Plus, we can assure you that Kaloh products are worth it. The brand’s stoneware pasta bowls (which are marked down, too) have become a favorite of our commerce SEO editor Sarah, who gets compliments on them left and right. “Whether it’s a fruit-laden bowl of oatmeal or a decorated smoothie bowl, these bowls will always take precedence over my smaller, cereal bowls,” she said. “Now, aside from just being incredibly versatile, as you can see they’re also gorgeous.” We have no doubt that this caddy will get your guests’ attention, too.
Buy: Kaloh Counter Caddy, $24.99 (normally $40)