20 Home Products Under $20 That'll Upgrade Your Space
Big change for pocket change.
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2. A magazine rack, if your current mode of organizing reading materials (pushing them underneath your bed) is no longer sparking joy.
4. A beechwood breakfast tray for mornings when the comfort of your bed sheets sounds much more appealing than whatever awaits outside.
5. A soap dish that'll drain directly into the sink so you don't have to deal with the infamous Sink Puddle.
6. An over-the-door shoe organizer if your collection of kicks is growing by the second and now spilling out into communal living areas.
7. A floating shelf — with an emphasis on the "floating" — that actually conceals every trace of hardware to create the illusion of levitating books.
8. A pack of bed-sheet suspenders (grippers that keep your linens from slipping off the mattress) that'd leave Larry King utterly shook.
11. A set of geometric jewelry trays that can also be used to serve snacks on at your next function.
15. A set of minimalist natural-wood hooks to hang things your way — really, you can even set up an elaborate hat display.
16. A kitchen sink caddy that'll hold all your most-used supplies and create some semblance of order in your most chaotic little nook.
17. An LED plug-in night-light, if you'd like enough light in your room to make it to the bathroom in the middle of the night without stubbing your toe.
18. A tiered shower caddy, because you've never particularly enjoyed lining your shampoo bottles and soaps on the floor of the shower.
19. A set of vintage-style botanical prints you can frame for a super-affordable and stylish addition to your drab walls.
20. And a multi-tier stainless-steel clothing rack that'll finally give the pants on your floor a permanent (and space-saving) home.
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