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1.A simple and modern paper towel holder that screams "I'd happily live in an Ikea display apartment if only they'd let me." The Scandi-leaning design ensures you won't knock your paper towels to the ground *yet again* and it keeps them safe from countertop spills.
2.A three-tier shoe rack so you can show off your dopest kicks ~and~ your eye for aesthetically pleasing design. Did I mention it's available in five très millennial shades including an ever-so-right baby pink?
3.A pair of amber soap dispensers that look like they came straight from your favorite hotel. The durable glass jars are charming on their own but if you want to go the custom route, you can slap on a personalized label or write on them with a paint pen.
4.A set of natural walnut hooks so you can finally give your go-to coat chair a rest. Who even knows what you'll find at the bottom of that pre-quarantine pile!
5.A minimalist-friendly dish rack that promises to remain rust-free from here to eternity. And peep the bamboo handles—they really up the style factor.
6.A cult-favorite Fellow electric kettle for those who obsess (and I mean obsess) over their at-home brews. A dial allows you to adjust the temperature by individual degrees and a hold button means you can keep your water at the perfect temp once it's done.
7.A two-pack of apothecary jars so you can turn your Q-tips, cotton balls, tampons, and floss picks into a counter-worthy display. If you're anything like my mom, you'll have two sets: one you actually use and one that — for some reason? — is just for display.
8.A set of stoneware measuring cups 'cause turns out, eyeballing your ingredients will not get you Gordon Ramsay results. Plus, they stack inside one another so you don't have to give up any precious counter or cabinet space! (Not pictured: me crying in my tiny Brooklyn kitchen.)
9.A catch-all woven basket that not only looks cute, but is deep enough to hide every item you've been too lazy to actually put away. Shoes, cords to your electronics, random unmatched socks, and that stack of mail you *swear* you'll eventually go through can all be hidden at the bottom of this bad boy!
10.A copper gooseneck watering can to make feeding your plant babies a treat. I know the can gives off a siren song, but don't go overwatering your succulents, you hear!
11.A matte-finish toilet brush that proves bathroom chores can, in fact, be a bit sexier. If you're all about that matching set life, you can also pick up a matchy-matchy waste bin, soap dispenser, soap dish, and tumbler, too.
12.A hidden cat box enclosure to have you kicking your unsightly open-top box to the curb. Angled just so, it'll pass for a faux plant and nothing more!
13.A trendy lil' dustpan and handheld brush that has me *gasp* excited to sweep up rogue crumbs. I truly never thought I'd be chomping at the bit to clean but I learn more about myself (and my obsession with anything that comes in a cute color palette) every day!
15.A hanging fruit basket that, when making a cameo in the corner of your next Zoom call, says "Of course I eat a varied diet and not just those tiny brioche toasts from Trader Joe's!"
16.A convenient entryway organizer where you can hang your keys, hand sanitizer, and purse and stash the spam mail and medical bills you'll totallyyyyy look at later this week. An added shelf means you can also display your favorite trinkets, be it a vintage paperweight or rare Funko Pop!
17.A chunky wooden butcher block that is virtually impossible to destroy. After my boyfriend melted three (count 'em, THREE!) different plastic cutting boards, I've decided it's not only the most stylish way to go, but also the most cost-effective.
18.A mini air purifier to suck up airborne mold, bacteria, allergens, dust, and pet hair all without being an eyesore. Basically, don't worry about having to hide it; the high-efficiency, whisper-quiet unit can pass as a Bluetooth speaker.
19.A retro alarm clock that *almost* makes getting up easier. If you regularly sleep through your alarm, forget about that. This small-but-mighty clock will ring your ear off for a full half hour.
21.An attractive two-in-one pet feeder that — thanks to a 360-degree design — can be nestled into corners and right up against walls. If your pet lovessss to move their bowl all over the house, this'll help keep it in one spot.
22.A woven cat perch worthy of the most pulled-together bohemian home. Cat condos often aren't the most attractive items, but this one mixes neutral colors with plush, paper rope-enclosed lounges that are sure to please both you and your discerning feline(s).
23.A house-shaped tissue box cover that makes any old Kleenex look like a plush lil' plume of smoke. Is it something you *need*? Absolutely not. But is it something that could really turn your day around? I think so.
24.A set of 12 silicone straws so you can finally commit to your long-overdue save-the-turtles pledge. With two cleaning brushes and four carry pouches, there's no *forgetting* not to clean them or bring them with you on your next coffee run (this is mostly a note to self).
25.A sleek seven-day pill organizer that looks like it could be a power bank or sunglass case. A tough-as-nails aluminum exterior and tight silicone seal combine to keep your meds safe and sound.
26.A versatile wooden wastebasket to put plastic bins to shame. The two-gallon silhouette can easily be used in bedrooms, offices, bathrooms, and even under cabinets but why you'd want to tuck it away is beyond us! See puppy below for size.
27.A retro two-slice Smeg toaster that — truth be told — you'll spend more time looking at than using. Of course, the chrome appliance is no schlub; it has six browning levels and three pre-set programs including reheat, defrost, and bagel.
28.An acacia wood and marble salt cellar so you can add a little pizzazz — a la salt bae — to your next dish. If cooking isn't your thing, you can, ofc, use it as a jewelry/trinket dish instead.
29.An eight-in-one marbled office set that'll at least give the impression you have everything in order. *Blah, blah, blah, insert obligatory but clever "Where is my stapler?" joke here.*