YouCopia is a feeling of triumph over small stuff. Because no one likes the hassle of a messy home.
Founded in 2009, YouCopia has helped millions of people discover that it feels good to open a cabinet or drawer and find things where you want them. Our goal is to design products that deliver “woo hoo” moments without a ton of effort.
Whether adjustable, expandable or customizable, we create organizers that can store a variety of items in different spaces. Using tools and leaving holes is annoying, so our products never require installation. Having an organized home should be achievable for everyone (even the disorganized) – it feels good.
- A cabinet spice bottle organizer called the SpiceStack® is born. Okay, it’s designed.
- The first SpiceStacks are manufactured and sold through specialty stores, catalogs and online.
- The SpiceStack makes its debut in an infomercial on national TV. The crowd goes wild.
YouCopia is founded by Lauren Greenwood and her inventor-of-a-father Mark Greenwood. They envision an entire line of organization products that will help you cope with the little clutter at home.
- The SpiceStack is tested at a large national retailer and is an immediate hit with customers! More SpiceStacks sizes are designed.
- YouCopia’s product line expands to include organizers for single-serve coffee pods.
- A star is born with the TeaStand® and SpiceLiner®. YouCopia products can be found in more retail locations and online.
- YouCopia undergoes a rebranding and develops its signature “dot dash” pattern that appears on many products.
- The Crazy Susan® Turntable is launched and begins YouCopia’s foray into cabinet organization for items other than spices and beverages.
- The first StoreMore® racks are introduced to the market and receive overwhelmingly positive feedback for their unique adjustability and non-slip feet.
- YouCopia’s product line expands further with the Shelf Risers, SpiceSteps® and the WrapStand®.
- YouCopia becomes a WBNEC-Certified Women’s Business Enterprise and establishes its new headquarters in the Ravenswood corridor of Chicago.