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    Just 40 Storage Solutions For Those With Too Much Stuff

    With these products, you'll be ready for a 10-second tidy ⏰

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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

    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.

    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

    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.

    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).

    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.

    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

    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

    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.

    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.

    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

    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

    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.

    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

    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.)

    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 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.

    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

    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

    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

    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.

    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

    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

    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

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

    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.

    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.

    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

    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

    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

    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.

    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.

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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"

    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.

    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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