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    36 Storage Solutions That’ll Organize Very Specific Spaces

    Like that annoying 5-inch gap between your fridge and wall.

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    1. A set of six fridge organizers so you'll know exactly where you put your sour cream instead of having to take every. single. item. out and watch as your fajitas lose steam.

    A reviewer's photo of their fridge organized with the six clear containers

    Built-in handles make the containers easy to move around and refill. If you could use even more clarity on what's where, you can add your own labels like the reviewer did above!

    What's included: Five drawers and a dedicated 14-slot egg holder.

    Promising review: "I love these things so much. I just got my first apartment with my boyfriend and it looked so messy in our little fridge and now it looks really appealing and everything is easy to get to. The quality of them is so good, I’m honestly impressed. They’re very sturdy and the egg holder is so cute and holds 14 eggs!" —Faith Sperry

    Get a pack of six from Amazon for $28.99.

    2. A faux book display that actually hides cords and cables in its hollow interior. If your router is ruining the aesthetic of your bookshelf or media stand, this is the solution!

    Four photos which show how from the front, the display looks like a stack of books but from the back it's actually empty

    Covogoods is a Utah-based, woman-founded small business that specializes in storage solutions crafted from up-cycled books.

    Not every display will have the exact books shown above but if you want to check out the titles ahead of time, select 'YES, preview books' when checking out and enable Amazon notifications so the seller can send you a pic!

    Promising review: "This is perfect for hiding our router and accessories in our bookcase. Love it!" —supergirl

    Get it from Covogoods on Amazon Handmade for $29.

    3. A ceiling-mounted garage storage rack where you can stow away the bocce set, badminton net, and 10-foot-tall animatronic Santa you only pull out every once in a blue moon.,

    Securely attach the brackets to studs/ceiling joists and the shelving unit can hold up to 600 pounds of stuff. The elevation also ensures everything is safe in the event of a flood.

    Promising review: "The perfect storage system to help get organized and use what is normally wasted space. Holding up to 600 pounds, you can really pack this shelf with things that you don't need or use that often. The perfect solution to cleaning up the garage and adding extra storage." —Jay

    Get it from Amazon for $179.99+ (available in one or two packs and three colors).

    4. A cutlery organizer smartly designed to save a buttload of space. Sick of fishing around a jam-packed drawer on the search for your favorite fork? Give it a cozy, reliable place to call home., Amazon

    I bought this a few months ago and I'm a little embarrassed about how often I think about it. For the first week we owned it, my boyfriend and I both commented daily on what a smart design it is, how much room it freed up in our drawer, and how we wished we knew about it sooner. If you — like me — are at that stage in your late twenties where practical, problem-solving products put a ridiculously wide smile on your face, I'm sure you'll love it.

    Promising review: "Fits my drawer like a glove AND holds my set for 12! Heavy gauge plastic construction that does not give even when fully loaded. This has opened up so much more space in my drawer making it easier to find other serving pieces and the odd items in that drawer. Love it, highly recommend it. Before purchasing, measure your drawers to make sure it will fit. I love that it can lie parallel to the drawer front. I was concerned that my flatware would stick out too tall for my stock cabinetry drawer, but that is not a problem." —Kindle Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $9.99 (available in three colors and four sizes).

    5. A shower curtain liner with pockets because if your razor falls in the tub one more time, you're going to rage throw it as hard as you can.

    The clear shower liner with items in most pockets

    FYI the curtain has nine mesh pockets, which are able to hold items up to 1 pound each, so just don't go throwing a mega-size conditioner in there, okay?

    Promising review: "This is the perfect solution for my tub/shower situation. We have no shelving, and shower head racks tend to get rusty/caked with soap and have even fallen off. We've had this in the shower for three months now and it's great. It holds all our bottles, razors, and bars of soap." —Rachel B

    Get it from Amazon for $18.67.

    Read our full review of the shower curtain liner with pockets (#2).

    6. A roll-up dish rack ideal for those who don't have enough counter space for a traditional drying rack. It's a multitasker, too: Reviewers say they also use it for rinsing produce.,

    The rack is made from food-grade stainless steel that's rustproof and corrosion resistant. The manufacturer says it's suitable for most standard-sized sinks.

    Promising review: "I love the versatility of this. You simply roll it up and put it out of the way when you're not using it. Perfect for freeing up valuable counter space!" —Kimberly Gunn

    Get it from Amazon for $11.48.

    7. Or a larger over-the-sink rack if you could use some extra room for dish soap, sponges, and all of the cups you finally collected from various household surfaces.

    The black over-the-sink rack placed above a two-basin sink

    The compact but sizable rack can be adjusted based on the width of your sink (it stays in place with the aid of suction cups) and all of the parts can be disassembled and rinsed in the dishwasher.

    What's included: One dish rack, one bowl rack, one fruit basket, one knife and cutlery holder, one utensils holder, one cutting board holder, seven utility hooks, and one detergent rack.

    Promising review: "This purchase turned out to be one of things I didn't know I needed until I had it. It functions as not only an over-sink drying rack, but also a cutlery holder, kitchen utensil holder, and a utility cleaning holder that can be used for cleaning supplies and brushes etc. The product is sturdy, the legs have suction cups so that it doesn't slide. It seems fairly durable in my nearly week of usage, and its fairly configurable. All of the different sections can be placed in different spots to fit the aesthetic and function of whatever kind of kitchen you've got. It does come disassembled (the main truss) so there are some screws and washers and instructions on how to put it together, a process which took 10 minutes. Surprisingly good purchase, well worth the cost. I have so much free space now." —Darrel Pendergrass

    Get it from Amazon for $79.95.

    8. An expandable, two-tier organizer because every time you put a cleaning product back in the cabinet under your kitchen sink, you have approx. one millisecond to slam the door shut before everything falls out.

    The shelving unit is suitable for most cabinets as you can adjust the height to four different levels (2, 5, 9, and 13 inches tall) and expand the rail anywhere between 15 to 25 inches. Since the dimensions aren't one-size-fits-all, it also comes with three large panels and four small panels so you can adjust the shelves.

    Promising review: "Great product for a great price. Very sturdy, but lightweight and small; under my bathroom sink is *very* small, and the metal frame is thin enough that it doesn't take up much space, and of course it allows me to utilize the empty vertical space instead of shoving things all the way to the back wall. I might rearrange the shelves, but it's just held with screws on each end so that's easy enough to do. It comes with two supports for two shelves, but you can choose from four heights/positions. 👍🏻 Might need to order a second for under the kitchen sink..." —Jennifer Mowry

    Get it from Amazon for $24.97 (available in three colors).

    9. A three-chamber soap dispenser so you can free up some room on the ledge of your tub and not have to worry about keeping your almost-empty bottles upside down.

     A reviewer's photo of the soap dispenser with labels for shampoo, conditioner, and soap

    The dispenser can be mounted in the corner of your shower or flat on one of the walls. Waterproof silicone adhesive and two-way tape comes included.

    Promising review: "I’ve purposefully waited several months to review this product because of some of the other reviews about longevity. These dispensers are one of those 'golden products' you find on Amazon! I keep saying to myself, 'Why didn’t I do something like this a decade ago!' These pumps are easy to install, easy to clean, easy to setup, and attractive. We’ve run all sorts of types of liquid through them, and it hasn’t skipped a beat. MAKE SURE you prime the pumps before using, otherwise you’ll probably think they’re non-functional or broken. Instructions to prime are inside the lid of each pump. It’s very easy. My last comment is that I decided to not use any of the adhesive or mounting tools that were included. I’ve used waterproof Command Strips the two times I’ve moved them. I used four on each pump and have had ZERO issues. These are truly amazing!" —Droubs

    Get it from Amazon for $15.99+ (available in packs of one and two).

    10. Or a two pack of corner shower caddies because buying new body wash is your favorite form of self-care and you're quickly running out of room.,

    The rustproof stainless-steel caddies come with suction mounts so installation is easy peasy.

    Promising review: "Perfect for my tile shower that had no shelving. I am able to fit a lot on the shelves with no hassle or worry they might fall. I'd suggest to hook in the baskets first to the adhesive and then remove the back of the adhesive and stick it onto the tile with the basket so it applies evenly." —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $20.99+ (available in two sizes and three finishes).

    11. A nonskid three-tier pantry organizer ready to save you from buying yet another thing of cinnamon because yours is seemingly off exploring Narnia.

    A reviewer's photo of the pantry organizer used with spices

    If spices are only part of your issue, it can also be used to hold extracts, canned veggies, sauces, etc.

    Promising review: "I added this item to my shopping list several weeks ago and I’m so glad I finally committed to buying it. As a vegetarian, I’ve found that I have to add double the spice just to get a real kick in the dishes I prepare. Not to mention, making sure that I have all the spices that I’m going to need while being quarantining/ social distancing. With that said, my spice cabinet was atrocious before I got these racks. And I am so happy to finally be able to grab my spices without knocking over the other ones and making even more of a mess. I didn’t know somethings so small and plain could bring me so much joy. Buy it now! You will not be disappointed." —Arie M.

    Get it from Amazon for $6.99+ (available in two sizes and 10 colors).

    12. Or a 30-spice door rack as there's no getting around the fact that your collection has outgrown its designated cabinet.

    A reviewer's photo of the white rack used on the inside of a closet door

    Each strip has five clips which fit most standard spice bottles (1.5 to 1.75 inches in diameter). The strips also come with pre-applied tape so all you have to do is peel and stick.

    Promising review: "Love, love, love this! I have old narrow cabinets and not nearly enough of them so I desperately needed a new way to organize all my herbs and spices. Took a chance based on a list of cool new things and couldn't be more happy with this product! It came with 30 grippers for only $10. I didn't even have to screw them into my cabinets. If you follow the directions and let them cure 24 hours, the self-adhesive works great! I plan on buying a few sets for gifts!" —Brandi Y.

    Get it from Amazon for $10.87.

    13. A high-rise organizer so you can use every nook and cranny in your medicine cabinet and stop blindly throwing things in your under-sink cabinet. Turns out I have enough travel-size shampoos to Airbnb hop for the rest of the year, so I guess I should follow my own advice.

    The organizer being used in a medicine cabinet

    The organizer's bridge design means you can store medicine bottle underneath and narrower items — like razors, toothbrushes, or flossing picks — on top. Two side compartments also make it easier to stand up items that take too much space lying down — we're talking toothpaste, lipstick, thermometers, etc.

    Promising review: "My medicine cabinet looks so neat with these organizers! The quality of plastic is good; the compartment size is convenient. I bought a few different sizes and found use for all of them. Highly recommended." —ZK

    Get it from Amazon for $12.60.

    14. A hanger stacker because turns out, those suckers take up a whole lot of space and throwing them in the back of your closet isn't the best solution.

    If you're trying to guesstimate how many you'll need, each rack holds ~roughly~ 50 hangers.

    Promising review: "I grew tired of throwing my empty hangers into a pile in my closet. They would get all tangled up and really frustrated the heck out of me every time I had to put away clothes! This hanger stacker seemed like an easy solution and boy, was I right! It assembles really easily (just two screws and an Allen wrench) and it is good at keeping my hangers organized. Buy one — you won't regret it!" —Bubbles456

    Get it from Amazon for $19.49+.

    15. A slide-out pantry to utilize the dead space between your fridge and wall (or any appliance, really).

    The five-tier cupboard slides around on four wheels so you can easy pull it out and push it back in.

    Promising review: "Very pleased with the quality of this. I was afraid it would be flimsy, but it has feels nice and sturdy even when completely loaded with canned and boxed food. Wheels roll great. Perfect size between fridge and wall. My family has been using this daily for six months with no issues. Very happy with this purchase." —Wally

    Get it from Amazon for $43.99.

    16. Or a rack that hangs from the side of your fridge if you're looking for a stationary unit capable of holding your snacks, oven mitts, and other frequently-reached-for goods.

    The three-tier unit which can be hung on the side of the fridge or stand on its own

    The three-tier organizer is meant to hang right off the side of your fridge (no installation necessary), but you can also mount it on the wall or use it as a freestanding shelf (just flip it over) if it suits your space better.

    Promising review: "I love this organizer! Had to do some minor modifications to make sure it doesn’t slide off with added weight (I'm in an earthquake prone state), but just what I needed to free up some valuable counter space and still have access to what I need!" —Mari S.

    Get it from Amazon for $36.99.

    17. A cabinet- or drawer-friendly lid organizer so you don't have to go through 27 Tupperware lids next time you're ready to put away leftovers.,

    The organizer has five adjustable dividers so you can even sort lids by size or color.

    Promising review: "This product does exactly what it is supposed to and does it well. In under 15 minutes, I took my nightmare lid drawer and turned it into a functional, convenient storage space. The dividers were simple to install and provided flexibility. Slowly but surely I am getting my tiny, chaotic kitchen under control, and this got me a huge leap closer." —S. Hawthorn

    Get it from Amazon for $15.99+ (available in three sizes).

    18. A coffee pod dispenser you can mount right to the side of your machine or wherever else is convenient. Jars are cute, but having to reach your hand into the bottom of one isn't.


    The two-row dispenser holds 10 coffee pods while the three-row option holds 15.

    Promising review: "Fits perfect and so convenient." —Jacqueline A. Malloy

    Get it from Amazon for $11.99+ (available in packs of two or three and in two colors).

    19. A wall-mounted pot hanger where you can suspend your entire collection in plain view. If cabinet space is scarce, this is an easy way to add extra storage.

    A reviewer's photo of the rack holding six pans and their lids on the top shelf

    The wall-mounted unit includes a six-track wooden shelf (so you can place lids vertically) and six swiveling hooks for hanging pots and pans. Once securely attached to the wall, the organizer can hold up to 30 pounds.

    Promising review: "Easily my favorite kitchen item. I have a tiny kitchen that only has two cabinets for storage, so my oven was my storage for pots and pans until I bought this. Now I don't have to pull eight items out of my oven just to preheat and bake something. Installation was easy, took about 10 minutes. I hit two studs and I could do a pull up off this pot rack. Does not come with drywall anchors, so if you're not going to put it in studs I would recommend some good quality drywall anchors. However, those silver brackets can move anywhere on the wooden slats so you should be able to easily hit two studs. My favorite thing about this pot rack is the hook design; the hooks won't fall out when you sloppily hang a pot up on it because they're dropped in from the top of the pot rack and the design is brilliant. It's also easy to pull the hooks up and move them when you decide you want it somewhere else. You can store lids or stock pots or other items on the shelf above the pots. Love, love, love this pot rack." —Patricia R.

    Get it from Amazon for $66.14.

    20. A personalized stuffed animal zoo for anyone whose playroom or bedroom has turned into a free-roaming plushie sanctuary.

    A pink stuffed animal zoo customized with "Lilly's zoo"

    Banda's Palette is a Kansas-based woodworking shop from Jaime, a parent of two who makes all sorts of specialized goods from lemonade stands to costume closets.

    Promising review: "It was easy to assemble and very high quality. It looks just like I hoped it would. My daughter absolutely loves it and it keeps so much clutter off the floor!" —Emily Wilson

    Get it from Banda's Palette on Amazon Handmade for $105 (plus shipping).

    21. A shoe cabinet narrow enough to fit in tight mudrooms, entry halls, and foyers. At minimum, it holds eight pairs of sneakers, slip-ons, or sandals.


    The shoe holder frees up floorspace and keeps shoes ventilated so you don't have to worry about your foot funk making its way to other rooms.

    Promising review: "I needed something that was narrow enough to fit in the my entryway to hold all my shoes instead of jammed in the closet where I couldn't see them. I love this cabinet as it doesn't take up much space in the entryway, it provides a place for a lot of my shoes, and it has a narrow top that can hold items but is small enough not to encourage gathering too much stuff. It's highly functional and looks great in small spaces." —Minimalist

    Get it from Ikea for $99.

    22. Or a set of stackable shoe boxes if you're looking to transform your closet floor or make your own walk-in wardrobe.,

    The transparent boxes can be stacked however you please and each is ventilated. The door frame is made of hard plastic while the rest of the box is made from soft plastic so assembling/disassembling them is a breeze — they just fold into shape.

    Promising review: "I am in the process of completely re-organizing my closet. I had a big old heavy shoe cabinet that I would put shoes in, then forget they were there. Now I can see them all and access them quickly. My husband had shoes that he rarely wore and they were getting all dusty. Now, they are dust free, and he can see what shoes he has. I was a little intimidated by everyone saying how difficult these were to assemble, but I can tell you, it was a piece of cake. Just crease the corners of the box, fold down the little tabs (four in total), and slide the box into the grooves of the end pieces until they snap. Make sure the tabs are 'up' on both end pieces. That's it!" — Carlye

    Get a 12-piece set from Amazon for $54.99.

    23. A bedside caddy engineered to hold all of your pre-bedtime possessions including, but not limited to: your laptop, iPad, phone, TV remote, glasses, moisturizer, and prescriptions. This way, you can keep your nightstand free of clutter.

    The grey bedside caddy holding a remote, iPad, cellphone, glasses, pen, lotion, and headphones

    Promising review: "Perfect to hold my phone and remote at night. Our bedroom is small and didn’t want to purchase another nightstand (we have one on the other side of the bed) and this was the perfect solution to keep things I need close by." —Cheryl T.

    Get it from Amazon for $6.99+ (available in four colors).

    24. A closet organizer you can arrange any number of ways to create a custom storage solution. Need more shelves than hanging space? Sure thing! Only plan to hang shirts and nothing else? No problem! This maximizes every inch of your closet.

    The adjustable closet organizer which has two dowels for hanging clothes and two shelves for baskets/extra storage
    The Container Store

    The horizontal top piece is the only one mounted to the wall so the rest of the racks and hanging rods are easy to move around. This particular organizer is made for 51-inch closets but The Container Store has plenty of similar options for differently sized spaces.

    Promising review: "I had three closets designed custom in store. It took about a month to receive my delivery but it was worth the wait. I absolutely love these closet systems and find it difficult to say one negative thing about them. The design process was very informative. The software capability is impressive. I opted to save money not purchasing install and am currently finishing up the first closet install myself. I am a beginner DIYer and have had zero issues. I am very happy with the functionality of this product and ease of install." —NicoleMarieV

    Get it from The Container Store for $265.99 (originally $379.99).

    25. A mounted stemware holder you can install under kitchen cabinets, customized floating shelves, or your wooden bar cart.

    A reviewer's photo of a gold stemware organizer holding eight wine glasses

    Depending on the type/size of your stemware — thin Champagne flutes vs. big ol' Bordeaux glasses — the rack holds 9 to 12 glasses.

    Promising review: "I really like this wine rack! I needed a nice, space-saving solution for wine glasses that are too tall to go in my glass cabinet, and this rack fit the bill. It was simple to install and looks great. Good buy!" —Cycle Mom

    Get it from Amazon for $21.93+ (available in rows of three or four, packs of one or two, and four finishes).

    26. A velvet ottoman that's not only a great place to kick up your feet, but a secret lil' storage spot where you can stow throws. If your home barely has room for furniture, this versatile piece will come in clutch.

    Promising review: "I love this versatile stool! It’s stylish, well-made, and extremely easy to assemble. When used for seating, it’s comfortable and sturdy; when used as an end table it adds such a fun design element for any space. The storage is also a bonus if you are living in small space like I am. I highly recommend!" —Melissa

    Get it from Amazon for $59.99 (available in eight colors).

    27. A set of under-bed storage bags so you can use the few inches under your frame to store off-season clothes and extra linens instead of just dust. (Making a mental note to vacuum under mine ASAP.)

    The grey storage bag being slipped under a bed

    The bags have handles on three sides so they're easy to fish out. They also have clear zippered tops which allow you to see what's inside at a glance.

    Promising review: "Wow! These storage bags are even nicer than I expected. They seem sturdy and well made for storage of items that aren’t extremely heavy. Our winter home in Florida is tiny and being able to store extra bedding for guests under our bed is a must. These are perfect for the task. See-through tops enable quick identification of contents and double zippers work smoothly. Would definitely recommend." —KyFan

    Get them from Amazon for $18.99+ (available in two colors).

    28. A broom/tool organizer because no matter how carefully you lean your Swiffer up against the basement/garage wall, it never fails to fall over and scare the bejeezus out of you.

    A reviewer's photo of the organizer holding a Swiffer, broom, dustpan, and miniature dustpan

    The organizer has four slots and four hooks which can be used to hold all sorts of kitchen, bathroom, garage, and garden tools. Installation takes about five minutes and all it includes is drilling two holes for screws and then mounting the unit.

    Promising review: "I was skeptical about this when I bought it; however, it is currently holding my ceiling duster, my broom and dustpan, my Swiffer mop, and my stick vacuum cleaner with zero problems. Not to mention the extra hooks for the small stuff. Great for a small apartment with very little storage space for cleaning materials! And so easy to use I do it all one handed." —Sabrina

    Get it from Amazon for $11.99+ (available in two colors).

    29. A toilet paper dispenser small enough to slide right between the commode and bathroom wall. This way, you don't have to fill up your entire bathroom cabinet with TP rolls or worry about them getting wet in one of those open wire stands., Amazon

    The white lidded dispenser holds roughly 12 rolls of standard toilet paper. While you can also load it up with jumbo rolls, reviewers say they are harder to get out of the access point on the side so you'll have to open the lid when you need a new one.

    Promising review: "This dispenser is even better looking in person. I live in a small place and have limited storage options. Honestly, even if I had all of the storage in the world, I would still want one of these. Up until now, I was keeping the extra toilet paper under my bed. Pretty inconvenient when you realize you need another roll mid business. Note that the hole in the side is good for standard sized rolls of toilet paper but it probably will not fit the larger ones. This is perfectly OK, since the lid on the top is super light and easy open if you need to reach inside for a roll. I am very happy with this purchase." —LisaP.

    Get it from Amazon for $45 (available in packs of one through four).

    30. A rotating makeup/skincare organizer ideal for freeing up space on your vanity or bathroom counter. Now you won't need a photographic memory to recall where you put your moisturizer.

    A reviewer's photo of the three-tier rotating organizer holding various skin, face, and hair products

    If you're trying to size up the stand vs. your collection, the manufacturer says it can hold roughly 60 makeup brushes and 30 products be it lipstick, nail polish, skincare, etc.

    Promising review: "If you're like me and have a lot of face care and makeup, this is a MUST have for your vanity, dresser, or restroom! I love it! It holds almost all my products, minus two bottles of lotion, but that's okay. My mom bought two for her stuff after I showed her mine. It's big enough for everything, yet compact. This is easily my favorite purchase on Amazon this year." —KdH

    Get it from Amazon for $26.88.

    31. A wall-mounted clothes drying rack ready to save serious space in your laundry room (or wherever else you air dry things). The rack extends at a 45- or 90-degree angle and folds away inconspicuously when not in use.

    Promising review: "Having limited floor space in our laundry room, we thought to try this out to replace the floor drying rack we have. This turned out to be better than expected. It's sturdy, easy to operate, and quickly folds up and onto the wall out of the way faster than folding away the old floor drying rack. There's plenty of rungs that are long enough to dry just as much as we were able to with the older rack on the floor. We were pretty certain this would be a great upgrade and had high expectations, and this wall-mounted rack surpassed them all." —Hotbod Handsomeface

    Get it from Amazon for $37.73.

    32. A color-coordinated desk set with organizers for your pens, Post-it Notes, and important documents (aka your Old Navy Super Cash that can finally be spent next week!).

    The five-piece set in citron
    Talking Out of Turn

    What's included: Pens, pen cup, stapler, tape dispenser, and desk tray.

    Talking Out of Turn — also affectionately known as Toot — is a woman-owned and run small business that creates most of its stationery and lifestyle goods in-house right outside of Dallas, Texas.

    Get it from Talking Out of Turn for $30 (available in eight colors).

    33. A set of eco-friendly bamboo and glass jars that will keep your food fresh (airtight seals, baby!) and your pantry in tip-top shape.

    Six of the bamboo and glass jars filled with pasta, rice, beans, and oats

    Little Home Designs Co. is an Etsy shop from Lucie Russell that specializes in sustainable and simple storage jars, labels, and dispensers.

    Promising review: "I’m SO pleased with these jars, they look amazing and are such high quality — now I need a bigger kitchen to order more!" —Helen Athorn

    Get them from Little Home Designs Co. on Etsy for $10.01+ (available in three sizes and packs of one through three).

    34. Plus some cutesy customized labels to go with them so you always know what you're reaching for.

    Six of the customized labels which read "Lucie's Kitchen" and rolled oats, cocoa powder, brown sugar, golden caster sugar, and icing sugar

    The minimalist labels come from the same Etsy shop as above!

    Get them from Little Home Designs Co. on Etsy for $14.29+ (available in packs of 12 or 24 options include herbs, spices, essentials, baking, or personalized ingredients).

    35. A corner hamper made to maximize awkward spaces. Rather than that corner being a designated space for throwing dirty clothes, it can now be a designated space for throwing dirty clothes into a perfectly shaped hamper.

    The rattan hamper tucked into a corner

    Promising review: "Perfect in the nursery room. Nice piece to put in the corner. Can be used to put away toys or dirty laundry." —Hanah

    Get it from Wayfair for $23.99 (originally $45.99).

    36. And — for the crafters out there — a Cricut Maker storage insert so your blades won't rattle around in the bottom of your machine like loose change in a cargo pants pocket.

    Bottom: a before photo that shows loose Cricut tools in the drawer; Top: the inserts organized in the 3D-printed Cricut insert

    Stamp Til Dawn, from San Diego-based Etsy seller Dawn Heuft, 3D prints Cricut inserts of all sizes and styles so if this one isn't a fit for your machine, give their other listings a look.

    Promising review: "Absolutely LOVEEEE THIS, SO HAPPY I ORDERED IT. IT'S PERFECT. High quality and super fast shipping. This is a great investment in organizing. I don’t know why Cricut doesn’t sell this (or if they do, why it doesn't come included). It’s a must-have!!" —kaelyn birch

    Get it from Stamp Til Dawn on Etsy for $19.95 (available in nine colors).

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