Pottery Barn’s 40% Off Kitchen Sale Is Filled with Smart (and Stylish!) Storage Solutions

updated Oct 4, 2019
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We’re always looking for more ways to keep our kitchens organized and maximize the seemingly limited space. And sometimes that means looking for something a little more sophisticated than plastic storage containers. Thankfully, Pottery Barn has a comprehensive selection of solutions that are both stylish and functional, and many are up to 40% off right now during the retailer’s dining and entertaining sale. From a vertical mug rack that eliminates cabinet clutter to a modular storage system that organizes spices to a vertical solution to end your bar woes, now’s the perfect time to snag these space-saving heroes. Shall we make it sweeter? You can score 25 percent off with the code FRIENDS on items excluded from the sale. Here are some of our top picks.

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Vintage Blacksmith Wall Mug Rack

Free up precious kitchen cabinet space with this industrial iron mug rack that puts your carefully curated collection on display. This particular wall mount holds 27 of your favorite mugs, but there’s also a smaller one that holds 14. If collecting wine bottles over coffee mugs is more your thing, there’s a fixture for that too!

Buy: Vintage Blacksmith Wall Mug Rack, $67 (normally $90)

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Rhodes Utensil Caddy

If you’re low on drawer space or just looking for a new way to store flatware, this tiered utensil caddy featuring angled and staggered stoneware pots nestled in a cast iron stand saves space and looks gorgeous. Keep it within easy reach on your countertop or table. We could also imagine this caddy being repurposed into a kitchen planter to grow basil, arugula, or fennel in a sunny corner.

Buy: Rhodes Utensil Caddy, $44 (originally $59)

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Spice Rack Mission Modular System Collection

Keep spices organized and easy to reach. The stepped design of this iron spice rack lets you clearly see the ones in the back. It’s up to you to decant them into uniform jars (not included), but it definitely creates a Pinterest-worthy setup. The rack is part of the Mission Modular System, which has more than a dozen components to create your own customized storage area. Neat!

Buy: Mission Modular System Collection, Spice Rack,$25 (originally $50)

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Bag Storage Mission Modular System Collection

Here’s a stylish and functional way to contain the growing collection of reusable paper bags (hey, Trader Joe’s!) that come into your home. Even better? It barely takes up space. This bag storage rack is optimized for the Mission Modular System, mentioned above, but could also be hooked over a cabinet or any wire bar or island in your kitchen.

Buy: Mission Modular System Collection, Bag Storage, $15 (originally $40)

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Mercer Iron & Acacia Wood Lazy Susan

Crafted from acacia wood with a metal rail, this pretty lazy Susan is the perfect sidekick for anyone who loves to entertain. Place it in the middle of a large table and everyone can spin the tray around to reach their desired dish without having to ask someone to pass the olives. Once you’re done entertaining, use it to organize sauces and spices. When cooking, just give it a twirl to get what you need rather than scrambling through cabinets.

Buy: Mercer Iron & Acacia Wood Lazy Susan, $52 (originally $70)

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Rainier Galvanized Storage Cart

We’re loving the industrial vibe of this multipurpose storage cart on wheels that can be easily stacked with meal-prep supplies while cooking, hold essentials when entertaining, or even double the storage in your bedroom or bathroom. Crafted from galvanized sheet metal with wood handles and three large tray shelves, there’s plenty of surface space to be enjoyed here!

Buy: Rainier Galvanized Storage Cart, $79 (originally $99)

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Rustic Wood Entertaining Shelves

When low on space, always go vertical. If you don’t have the square footage for a bar cart, try shelving specifically designed for entertaining. The two packaged together cost $181, but the curved wine bottle shelf that holds six bottles can be yours for $90.

Buy: Rustic Wood Entertaining Shelves, $90 (originally starting at $129)