One of the first space organizers I purchased was an Ikea Pot Lid Organizer, to be use for baking dishes and pie pans, rather then the pot lids it was intended for:
A more recent project, I took everything out of the drawers, and reorganized them. Here is the big drawer reorganization:
Everything from the bottom section out to sort and purge
The bottom section reorganized: baking utensils, etc.
The top section is silverware
Speaking of silverware, I bought new stainless. This was problematic, because the bottom of the dinner fork handles are large and ornate, much wider than before, and they did not fit in our small dishwasher basket. I liked how the dishwasher basket fit in our small-space dishwasher, and didn't want to try and find a new one that might not work anyway. Paul suggested opening up a few of the basket sections, so they were wider:
The basket before
It just doesn't fit!
The basket after, with four of the sections in the middle widened out using a metal rasp.
Then there is small-space pan storage. We used two separate units in one of the base cabinets, a two-level unit for pans and lids (that have to be placed with their handles just so on the adjustable rack), and another for cookie sheets and cutting boards:
Bottom pan level
Top level - lids, and the teensy-tiny frying pan
I also repaired my grain mill (the air outlet piece). Note that my grain mill will now be used for non gluten grains such as oat groats (back on gluten-free diet). This deformity had been here since I purchased the mill. It didn't affect the functioning, but it bugged me, so I ordered a new part:
Finally, I needed tea storage for some little samples I had gotten. I found this canister in an antique store - just like mother used to have!!