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    Just 40 Storage Solutions For Those With Too Much Stuff

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    1. A farmhouse-style coffee table that conceals two super-spacious drawers. Use them for throw blankets, pillows, or just the random ish that seems accumulate day to day (me looking @ the Taco Bell hot sauce packets on my coffee table rn).

    The square coffee table which has two pullout drawers

    The square table requires some assembly, but reviewers say it's nothing to sweat over!

    Promising review: "My fiancé and I LOVE this table for our living room. It looks just like the pictures, sleek and stylish! But the best part hands down is the storage drawers that are both deep and spacious. Also, it was easy to build which is a major plus. Thanks Wayfair!" —T. Brown

    Get it from Wayfair for $269.99 (available in two colors).

    2. A set of super-strong magnetic strips to elevate beer and soda bottles so you can nix the annoying cardboard holders they come in. Plus, now you can free up an extra few inches underneath where you can slide in your XL bag of string cheese.


    The set comes with two magnetic strips which can be arranged in three different positions. Each holds six bottles.

    Promising review: "Works great in my fridge. Super strong and frees up space on the bottom. I only have an inch of clearance but it does allow me to slide things under it and I no longer deal with falling over bottles." —Raemi

    Get a pack of two from Amazon for $29.99.t

    3. A magnetic stove shelf on which you can stack your go-to spices, oils, and kitschy salt and pepper shakers.

    A reviewer's photo of the black shelf holding various pantry items like soy sauce and tabasco

    The shelf works with both flat and curved stoves. It doesn't require any adhesives or installation and the magnets can even be repositioned for a custom fit.

    Promising review: "The shelf installed in a snap. It has two sturdy magnets that hold it securely onto the slightly rounded back of my stove. I felt comfortable setting a full jar of honey on it, and I haven’t seen it move at all as I have been cooking. I have limited space in the kitchen, so I’m really happy to have an additional place to set things I need frequently. It doesn’t look like an add-on; it looks like part of the stove. I’m really happy with it!" —Sylvia J.

    Get it from Amazon for $39.99+ (available in three colors and two styles).

    4. A two-tier lazy Susan strong enough to store your reserve of soup cans or salon-worthy collection of polish. Plus, since it's non-skid, nothing will come flying out at you even if your rental's shelves are majorly uneven.,

    Promising review: "This turned a mess of a cabinet into an organized cabinet. We use A LOT of spices and it was always a nightmare to find the right one. Now, I just spin to find what I want. It’s a nice height too and allows for different sized bottles to be placed on the racks. Overall, this is a good purchase to help with organization." —vegmom

    Get it from Amazon for $12.99+ (available in six colors).

    5. An accordion wall rack you can use to hold whatever you have a whole lot of, be it mugs, coats, masks, or tote bags full of more tote bags (hello, it me).

    The rack has 13 pegs and can expand up to 3.5 feet across. I have one in my kitchen and I use it for mugs and masks. At first, I was worried it wouldn't be sturdy enough but I've had it up for more than a year now and there hasn't been a single mug casualty!

    Promising review: "For some unknown reason, my family decided I needed to start collecting coffee mugs. Most are really unique, whimsical, beautiful, snarky (think early morning before coffee — lol!), and took up WAY too much room hidden in the cabinets. I tried the cheaper expanding racks before — and make several very lucky catches when a mug slipped off or a peg pulled loose. This one is — by far — superior! Like a Yugo versus a Cadillac! I bought three and they are FULL. They make interesting (and humorous) wall decor on the wall next to the breakfast bar, and visitors always stop and study them." —Kim D.

    Get it from Amazon for $13.99.

    6. A multi-slotted battery organizer because at some point in the next few months, your fire alarm will start its chirp of death at 3 a.m. and this is a hell of a lot easier to navigate than your junk drawer.

    The nifty, wall-mounted organizer can hold 82 batteries in total, including 25 AAAs, 39 AAs, 4 9Vs, 8 Cs, and 6 Ds. And an attached battery tester means you can also gauge the charge on each.

    Promising review: "We have forever kept spare batteries in sandwich baggies in a kitchen junk drawer for quick convenience. The bags would always come open and scatter batteries or tear. One day, I decided to reorganize — I found this on Amazon and decided to give it a try. It was a major step in reorganizing my junk drawer! I also discovered that I had five dead batteries stored for use. How wonderful was that? Now I'll never replace a dead battery with another dead battery. I love things that help me stay organized and this is a huge plus." —FergFam

    Get it from Amazon for $17.97.

    7. A sleek hanging file holder so you can free your desktop of magazines, mail, and medical records and make them into ~art~ instead.

    four leather file holders in black, tan, walnut, and mahogony

    Keyaiira is a woman-owned leather and fiber shop from artisan Keyaira Terry. All of the leather she uses is ethically and environmentally sourced (her cowhides are by-products of the beef industry). These file holders dangle from a two-inch brass ring which you hang via a nail.

    Get it from Keyaiira on Amazon Handmade for $65.69 (available in four colors).

    8. A shower curtain liner with pockets because you've been on a search for the best facial cleanser and you've accumulated ~12 new bottles in the process.

    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 showerhead 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).

    9. 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).

    10. An all-in-one desk organizer with everything you need — drawers, files, and labels — to keep your important documents (read: Pokémon cards which will one day worth a lot of money) organized.

    Savor the Library / Etsy

    What's included: 52 hand-illustrated labels, 10 vertical (6 vertical and 4 half-size) acid-free files, two caddies, and two drawers with removable dividers.

    Savor The Library is a Sag Harbor, New York-based Etsy shop from Jennifer McAllister-Nevins. They sell more everyday organization products as well as keepsake boxes for pets, babies, and weddings.

    Get it from Savor The Library on Etsy for $54.90 (available in two colors).

    11. 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 skinnier 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 $13.99.

    12. A large 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.

    13. 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).

    14. 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 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 $24.99.

    15. A slide-out pantry to utilize the dead space between your fridge and wall (or any appliance, really). Plus, if you have pets, this'll prevent them from pushing all of their toys back there. (I get that they think it's a game, but I. am. tired. of having to stick my whole arm back there to get them.)

    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 $42.30.

    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 $41.99.

    17. 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.

    18. A set of nesting raffia baskets with lids that will conceal whatever is placed inside. Need to quickly clear your coffee table of the ketchup packets, straw wrappers, quarters, and other stuff that's piled up? Keep one of these nearby and no one will be the wiser.

    The small and medium baskets which have lids

    Leif is a woman-founded lifestyle shop from Stacy Longenecker. If you live in the NYC area, you can visit their Williamsburg storefront.

    Get it from Leif for $26+ (available in three sizes).

    19. A gift wrap organizer for those who stocked up on two many 2020 holiday supplies. Since the bag is see-through and you can easily identify what it is, this works a whole lot better than throwing another unmarked tub in your attic!

    The clear organizer which has a black strap

    The manufacturer says the organizer can hold anywhere between 14 to 20 rolls of wrapping paper depending on how thick they are. Reviewers also agree that it's plenty long enough for extra-long rolls.

    Promising review: "This is made quite well and holds a lot depending on size. It holds the tallest wrapping paper tubes sold. I like being able to see through it. I used one also to put all my large wired ribbons in that I make bows with. I am now organized!" —Angel

    Get it from Amazon for $8.99 (available in two colors).

    20. 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 $65.87.

    21. 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 $61.99 (available in eight colors).

    22. 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).

    23. 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.

    24. An above-the-outlet shelf where you can tuck away electric toothbrushes, razors, soap, and whatever else won't fit on your vanity-style sink.

    A reviewer's photo of the shelf holding an electric toothbrush and razor

    To install the shelf, simply remove your outlet's face plate, place the shelf, and then screw the plate back on with the included hardware. It should only take a few minutes at most.

    Promising review: "I use this in the kitchen and have room for a baby monitor and a little Bluetooth speaker. I love that it’s two less things on my counter and now the cords are compact and look far more tidy. I had this 'installed' in a minute. Very simple and I’m not handy. Just need a screwdriver." —Davenport, IA

    Get it from Amazon for $6.88+ (available in packs of one, two, or four and three colors).

    25. A cabinet door organizer with room for cutting boards, plastic wrap, baking sheets, and whatever else plagues your kitchen cabinets.,

    You can hang the steel rack over a cabinet door via a set of included hooks or you can mount it directly to a door or wall with the included hardware. It can support roughly five standard-sized cutting boards.

    Promising review: "This organizer is so useful! I recently moved and ended up with a much smaller kitchen, so I've been doing everything I can to make sure there's a place for everything and no wasted space. Luckily, I have pretty wide cabinets, so this works out perfectly. I have one holding my cutting boards (4 standard plastic boards) and another holding my foil, cling wrap, and parchment paper boxes. The organizer is super easy to assemble and it's completely versatile - hang it over the cabinet door or attach it to the wall/cabinet door, which means it's great for renters and owners." —Kerry

    Get it from Amazon for $14.97+ (available in packs of one or two).

    26. A set of two shelf risers so you can utilize *all* of your available space. A few more inches is nothing to sneeze at — I know my fellow NYC peeps can agree.

    Open Spaces

    Promising review: "Love the shelf risers. Great for my laptop on my desk, under the sink to organize, and amazing in my pantry to create more space!" —Wendy C.

    Get a pack of two from Open Spaces for $54.

    27. A grippy toiletry holder with room for your toothbrush, toothpaste, and razor. Sure, they fit on the side of the tub, but this sure beats having to fish them out of the drain every time the shower whisks them away.


    The silicone organizer clings to most any bathroom surfaces so installation is really non-existent. Just stick it to your shower wall, mirror, or wherever else is convenient.

    Promising review: "I'm one of those people who has an extreme amount of products in any given corner of the bathroom at all times. I use all of them, sparingly or in a rotation so I can't relocate them, however, keeping them organized and decent-looking is a challenge. I love the idea of these toiletry holders for their sleek look, but also for the fact that items can be kept off the tub/shower surfaces without damaging or altering the structure. After months of use, I still haven't had any issues. I clean it with dish soap every so often, but it's just as white as the day I got it! I keep a full tube of toothpaste, a couple of toothbrushes, a metal razor and a spare blade in it at all times, and I have yet to have a problem. I'm very happy with the product. I would love to see some options for the corners!" —Hannah Prime Member

    Get it from Amazon for $22.99 (available in two colors).

    28. An over-the-door bag holder for those who never throw away plastic shopping bags because who knows when they could come in handy!

    The copper plastic bag organizer hanging on a kitchen cabinet

    PS: The consensus among reviewers is that it can hold roughly 30 plastic shopping bags or 15ish reusable totes.

    Promising review: "This item couldn’t come fast enough. I was reorganizing my kitchen and as I’m doing under the sink I’m like I NEED something for these stupid bags but not something bulky that takes up space since my kitchen space is limited. It is smaller than it looks in the picture which was great because I was hoping it didn’t take up too much space in the cabinet. I love it. I didn’t count how many bags it held but it held plenty. No more big ball of ugly bags everywhere under my cabinet!" —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $17.99 (available in 11 finishes).

    29. A fold-out drink station with room for glasses, mixers, liquor bottles and the like. Once you've mixed up your adult bevvy of choice, just fold that bad boy up and it takes up barely any space.

    The foldout bar which has two storage shelves and a small table
    Uncommon Goods

    The Shaker-style shelf can hold standard 12-inch-tall wine bottles and fifths of liquor. It ships in one piece so all you have to do is hang it with the included hardware!

    Promising review: "My new apartment is kind of small in the kitchen area, and I didn't want to just have wine and whiskey atop the fridge. This little hanging bar is perfect. It's quality construction, so I trust I'm not going to come home to liquor and glass all over the floor, and it's very cute on the wall." —Laur

    Get it from Uncommon Goods for $118.

    30. A 30-spice door rack if there's simply 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.

    31. A three-tier metal utility cart with four wheels so you can zip it from room to room as you tidy up. Use it as extra pantry storage or for office organization., Amazon

    Promising review: "My daughter is using this to store her makeup and toiletries. It was easy to assemble and is very sturdy. It wheels on the carpet very nicely. I love that the shelves are adjustable in height. Some other carts were not. It holds a lot of items and it looks nice in her room. The color is a bit more toward green than aqua, but that's ok. I would definitely buy another if we needed additional storage." —M Winkle.

    Get it from Amazon for $36.99+ (available in five colors).

    32. A two-tier storage shelf that squeezes right into any corner so you can make the most of awkward spaces. Your vanity may only be 3 feet across, but you bet your butt you'll utilize every inch.,

    Promising review: "I have a relatively small sink for everything I needed to fit on it. This was a perfect solution, and it fits nicely in the bathroom. It was easy it build, and holds a lot of stuff!" —Sam Poll

    Get it from Amazon for $34.49+ (available in two shapes).

    33. A spinning tea carousel because you're sick of spending five minutes every day freeing the box of tea that gets stuck in the narrow drawer you've shoved it in.

    A reviewer's photo of the silver carousel holding various tea packets

    The carousel can hold up to 60 bags of tea and it spins a full 360 degrees.

    Promising review: "I didn't realize what my home was missing. This carousel is perfect for the kitchen. It isn't too big or small. ( I can stow mine away in the cupboard if I need more counter space.) It is great for entertaining guest. It eliminates having to pull out every tea box, to recall which flavors one has. It has a classy 360 spin and eight to ten bags can fit per pocket square. It's fun to organize." —Anonymous

    Get it from Amazon for $20.49.

    34. A bike holder you can mount anywhere, be it your garage or the combined kitchen/dining room/living room/bedroom that is your studio apartment.

    A reviewer's photo of their bike hanging from the mount in their garage

    The floating rack can accommodate most styles including mountain bikes, beach cruisers, and hybrids. The wall-mounted hardware can hold up to 50 pounds and the cradles are coated in rubber so your bike won't get scratched up when putting it up or taking it down.

    Promising review: "This wall mount bike rack was easy to install and looks great. Finally I can reclaim some much needed space in my garage!" —Stephen Spiteri

    Get it from Amazon for $19.99.

    35. A hobby tool rack with ~44~ different circular and rectangular holes that can hold paintbrushes, tools, and whatever crafting supplies you have on hand.

    The rack holding various tools, brushes, and tweezers
    Mischief Maker Games / Etsy

    The rack comes from Zachary Norman of Mischief Maker Games, a Copperas Cove, Texas-based Etsy shop. If you have a whole bunch of crafting supplies that could use organizing, take a look at the shop's other organizational racks.

    Promising review: "Absolutely 100% what I needed. Great small tool and brush organizer." —Bryan Earney

    Get it from Mischief Maker Games on Etsy for $10.

    36. A 23-loop scarf/belt/tie hanger you can tuck away in your closet without worry of everything falling off. Gone are the days you have to search the bottom of your closet for that *one* belt that would just make your outfit.

    A reviewer's photo of the organizer holding 15 scarves

    Promising review: "This thing is amazing. I was skeptical about buying because all the other reviews had pictures with lighter summery/spring scarves but my collection is mostly winter wear. I wasn’t sure it would hold all my large blanket scarves but it does. My grandmother saw it and asked me to order one for her! This was the perfect solution to my organization problem." —Nikolette

    Get it from Amazon for $10.47.

    37. A wicker stair basket that'll encourage you to relocate all of the upstairs belongings that've ended up downstairs. Visually, this basket is a whole lot better than a leaning pile of socks, shoes, and stuffed animals, too.

    The wicker basket holding a towel, water bottle, and teddy bear

    Promising review: "Gave this as a gift to my daughter and it has totally helped her organize!" —Sheila

    Get it from Wayfair for $49.50 (available in two colors).

    38. A rustic wood shelf where you can store your ever-growing collection of essential oils. Jury is still out on if they help you sleep better, but they sure do smell good!

    The three-tier shelf holding various bottles of essential oil
    Oily Hounds / Etsy

    The shelf comes from Oily Hounds, a PA-based Etsy shop run by Mark and Angela Mohn. If you have more essential oil supplies than the average person, you can also pick up a lazy Susan-style organizer, a capsule holder, and/or a roller display.

    Get it from Oily Hounds on Etsy for $38.25 (originally $45; available in 26 stains and seven fabrics).

    39. 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 (they typically ship in three to five weeks).

    40. And 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 guestimate 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 $19.95+.

    Me now that I can store spices and oils on the back of my stove instead of on my tiny countertop:

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