Clever Kitchen Tablet Holders for Under $20
We’ve rounded up our favorite solutions for keeping your e-cookbooks within arm’s reach.
Ereaders and tablets make amazing kitchen companions. You can play helpful videos, access your personal recipe collection, and best of all, download digital cookbooks. There are endless reasons to keep a tablet in the kitchen, and just as many endless options for protecting and displaying it.
Tablet holders can be pricey, with top-of-the-line options exceeding $50. To help you cook without breaking the budget, we’ve rounded up our favorite solutions for keeping your e-cookbooks within arm’s reach—each under $20.
This DIY iPad holder is perfect for the stylish chef who loves to add personal décor touches. With an estimated cost of $16 for the materials, it’s an affordable option as well.
This Koala iPad & Tablet Wall mount is a wonderful solution that can be moved around. A refrigerator with a built-in touchscreen can cost well over $2k, but this solution will only set you back a few dollars.
For a minimalist solution, simply put your ereader in a large Ziploc bag. The brave soul in this video proved the effectiveness of this method by using their iPad in the Ziploc under running water without catastrophe. For a slightly more attractive option, try a specialized plastic cover like ChefSleeves ($19.99 for a pack of 25). We wouldn’t recommend dunking your electronics in the sink, but they should be safe from a few splashes.
If you’re prone to klutziness or have children underfoot in the kitchen, this $15 shock-absorbing case is a great option. The cushions on each corner will protect your tablet in case of a fall from the counter and keep it slightly raised in case of minor spills.
For a homier look, try this handmade Etsy tablet stand. The wooden base displays any 6-, 7- or 8-inch tablet – great news for Kindle, Kobo, and Nook users. It’s customizable so you can add whatever phrase you find appetizing.
Love to add monograms to anything and everything? This affordable country-style tablet holder can be customized with your initials, family names and more. Bonus: it would make a perfect housewarming or wedding gift for a foodie friend.