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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

    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

    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.

    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.

    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

    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.

    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

    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.

    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

    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.

    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

    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

    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

    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.

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

    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

    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.

    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.

    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

    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"

    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.

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

    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

    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

    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

    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.

    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

    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

    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.

    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

    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.

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    Now repeat after me (err Nancy Pelosi):

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