this green shelf liner. Now I can't stop opening the cupboard doors to look at the pretty paper, and yes I bought pink sponges to go with the green paper. The garbage cans are from Ikea (here's the link) the one on the left is for recycling and the one on the right is for garbage (we try to buy products with the least amount of packaging so this garbage can is the right size for us). We store our plastic bags under the sink, although since we started bringing our reusable bags with us there are alot fewer plastic bags to store. Then there is my favorite part, our pull out shelf who knew $20 could make me so happy. The shelf is from Ikea (LINK) it's part of their Rationell line. The shelf was very easy to install (at least that's what Lee told me) it's upper shelf is perfect size to store sponges and is adjustable so the bottom shelf is almost guaranteed to fit any height of bottles.
I keep the coffee maker, and toaster in the same cupboard so that in the morning everything we need for breakfast is in the same cupboard and ready to go.
Getting organized is alot of work but I know from first hand experience that it's worth it. The best place to start is in the kitchen, anything that makes mornings easier is something worth doing!