This post is all about tea organization.
A while back, I decided to take my tea organization to the next level and finally get my tea organized. Initially, I didn’t have my tea organized in any way. It was just shoved in my cabinet and I would forget all about it and end up having to throw it away. So while it’s not the most important thing in the world to organize tea, it was something that was bugging me, and I wanted to get it organized asap.
With that said, although I enjoy tea, I am more of a coffee girl, so I mainly have tea for guests. So, I don’t have a lot of tea therefore didn’t need a big tea organizer. I just needed something small, functional, and easy to maintain.
So I searched Amazon and Pinterest for ideas and debated between several tea organizers and ultimately decided to go with a stackable organizer with a lid and loved the way it turned out. Below I share how my tea organization turned out as well as other organizer options I considered getting.
This post shows you a simple and practical idea for tea organization.
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Here is how my tea organization looks in the acyclic tea organizer. I wish I had taken before pictures. But I did this a while ago and forgot to take one.
It seriously took me about five minutes to organize all my teas in the container. So I have no idea why I hadn’t done this a long time ago.
And the main reason I decided on this tea organizer is that it is portable. Also, it holds a lot of tea and has a lid, so it is stackable. So if I ever need more storage for my tea, I can just use a second or third organizer and easily stack them up without having to switch up my entire tea organization system.
What do you think? Here is another look at it inside the cabinet. As you can see, there is plenty of room to stack up another two organizers if I ever need to. So it’s perfect and just what I needed.
Tip: When you are ready to tackle your own tea organization project, I suggest first deciding what type of tea organization system you want. For example, do you prefer to keep your tea in a drawer, cabinet, or container? By deciding this ahead of time, you can narrow down what would work best for you and what you can easily maintain too. This will make it easier to decide on the best organizational system for you and what type of organizer/s to get.
If you need some additional tea organization inspiration, check out this post where I rounded up the best tea organization ideas I found on Pinterest.
Also below are some other tea organizers I also considered buying from Amazon and they all have great reviews!
Tea Organizer Amazon
This tea organizer is similar to the one I got, except it doesn’t have a lid. So this one can be used inside a drawer. So if you want something similar to the one I use but prefer your teas in a drawer, this one would be a great option. Just make sure to measure your drawer to make sure it’ll fit.
If you are searching for tea bag storage ideas that you can attach to the inside of your cabinet door/s, this one is a great option. And fits plenty of teas! And depending on how tall your cabinet doors are, you can probably attach two organizers for more storage.
I liked that this one spins. Because it makes it easy to see what teas you have without having to pull out the entire organizer from your cabinet. You can use this inside a cabinet or you can also leave it out on your countertop.
This post was all about tea organization.
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