Joseph Joseph DrawerStore Free Standing Plastic Flatware Tray

Last updated: January 11, 2023


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Product Details

In our analysis of 32 expert reviews, the Joseph Joseph DrawerStore Free Standing Plastic Flatware Tray placed 11th when we looked at the top 13 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

This revolutionary design is such a simple idea, it leaves you wondering why it hasn’t been thought of sooner. By angling and layering each compartment on top of each other, it enables you to store a full cutlery set in less than half the space of a conventional cutlery tray. Items can be placed inside either head or handle first, but the design also features handy icons for easy identification. Non-slip feet on the base stop the unit from sliding around in your drawer. Wash and dry by hand. Suitable for drawers with a minimum height of 3. 25 inches.

Expert Reviews


What reviewers liked

I was worried that the handles would stick up and get in the way during the opening and closing. I’m happy to report that the handles do not get in the way! It somehow holds all of my butter knives, small and big forks, and small and big spoons.
Non-slip base so it stays in place. The organizer takes up less space than a traditional organizer. Has picture icons on each section so you’ll never guess where specific silverware is located. Silverware can be placed head or handle first. Suitable for drawers with a minimum height of 3¼ inches.
For limited drawer space or to maximize your kitchen's storage capacity, this space-saving flatware organizer is a great pick. Despite its small footprint, you're not sacrificing any capacity since reviewers report fitting as many as 10 utensils in each of the five compartments — that's 50 total utensils.
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What reviewers didn't like

My only complaint is that I wish it was actually a little wider, as it would give the pieces a tad more wiggle room.
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