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    56 Clever Little Ways To Store Almost Everything In Your Home

    There's a storage solution for everything — everything.

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    1. Find yourself some extra bathroom space with an over-the-door styling tool organizer that can fit your hairdryer, brushes, and hot tools.

    open bathroom cabinet door with wire over the door organizer with hair tools in it

    2. Get a pack of adhesive cable clips that'll finally detangle all your cords while making sure that they're easily accessible.

    A cord being held by one of the cable clips

    3. Neatly store all your storage bin tops in a three-compartment lid organizer.

    The lid organizer placed inside a kitchen drawer

    4. Hang up a pantry organizer that conveniently rests over the top of your door for easy access to your favorite snacks.

    5. Use a six-hook, five-slot mop and broom holder for all your favorite cleaning tools — or, in my case, favorite ride.

    The mop and broom holder

    6. Or if you don't have a need for a holder with that many hooks, try the Command Broom Gripper which will securely hold one item that's up to four pounds.

    7. Don't know what to do with all your ornaments when the holidays are over? Try a cloth zippered storage box capable of holding up to 64 ornaments in all shapes and sizes.

    The ornament storage box in gray

    8. And since we're talking about holiday decor, get a collapsible wreathe storage bag to securely keep your greenery while you wait for the holidays to come back around.

    A hand pulling out the wreath from the storage bag

    9. Keep your bathtub clutter-free with a mesh shower curtain caddy — it has six roomy pockets that'll hold everything.

    A customer review photo of the shower curtain caddy

    10. Or if you want a little more space, there's a full curtain with nine pockets in three sizes to fit everything you'd need during shower time.

    The mesh pocket shower curtain hanging around a claw foot tub

    11. When you're short on space but heavy on utensils, use a stackable cutlery drawer organizer so you can neatly fit them all.

    The cutlery drawer organizer filled with utensils

    12. Get a hanger designed specifically to hold your favorite camis and tanks that are typically kinda hard to store.

    13. Try easily removable inserts in your drawer so you can finally organize and store your bras properly — they can hold your lingerie, socks, underwear, and, yes, bras! Plus they're made of a mold-proof fabric for perfect storing nearly anywhere.

    14. Give all your caps a neat little home with a simple organizer that attaches to a hanger and can hold up to 10 of your favorite headwear.

    coat hangers with hooks for holding baseball caps

    15. Create extra storage under your sink with adjustable shelves that fit around your pipes.

    16. Keep your cooking tools safe with a pack of pan and pot protectors so you can stack your favorite nonstick cookware without risk of damaging them.

    17. Keep your tea in one easy-to-see-and-reach place with a six section organizer that can fit up to 15 bags per drawer (about 90 bags total).

    18. If you're constantly fighting with where to store your step ladder try a Command jumbo hook that can hold up to 7.5 pounds — which is just enough to securely hang all those bigger items with no home.

    19. Cut these customizable liners designed to hold your spices in place and fit them into your drawers.

    20. When you're overflowing with jewelry, try a two-sided jewelry carrier designed with 32 clear vinyl pockets and 18 hook-and-loops closures — you just need to add a standard hanger and you can basically put it anywhere.

    A before and after customer review photo of their jewelry perfectly organized

    21. Install a set of 3-D printed KitchenAid Tool holders you attach to the bottom of your cabinets or shelves to finally give you a place to store all those bulky tools.

    KitchenAid Tool Holder set placed on the bottom of a cabinet

    22. Utilize even the smallest spaces with smooth-rolling slide-out storage shelves.

    The three-tier rolling rack filled with laundry supplies

    23. And speaking of utilizing space, get a bathroom floor cabinet that's designed with two discreet shelves perfect for hiding away extra toilet paper, air fresheners, cleaning supplies...whatever!

    24. Or if you're really only looking for a way to store that extra toilet paper try a canister made specifically to hold up to three extra rolls.

    The toilet paper canister in white

    25. If you've ever struggled trying to figure out how to store your boots, consider filling them with inserts or storing them in a very handy hanging boot file.

    26. Create some extra space by adding a second rack for clothes — it's super easy to install, it just hangs on your current closet rack.

    A customer review photo of the Simple Houseware adjustable closet hanging rod in chrome hanging in their closet

    27. Add a bedside caddy to the list of products you'll wish you bought sooner and to the side of your bed to make your devices, books, and remotes super easy to reach and find.

    The bedside caddy positioned on the side of the bed

    28. When you just have too many pieces of loungewear and not enough space, a sturdy hanging closet organizer can hold up to 16 garments rolled up on just one hanger.

    The organizer holding 16 T-shirts while hanging in a closet

    29. Use a storage bin with a spout to make accessing your dry goods a little bit less of a mess.

    30. Give yourself some extra shelf space with an easy to assemble, heavy-duty baker’s rack that's made of durable chrome-plated steel and has a removable wood top, three full shelves, one half shelf, a hanging bar, four removable chrome hooks and can hold up to 270 pounds.

    The kitchen storage rack filled with supplies

    31. Keep all your wrapping paper in one protected place with a over-the-door organizer that can also hold your tissue paper, greeting cards, and gift bags.

    The over-the-door organizer hanging filled with wrapping paper, bows, and ribbon

    32. Use an organizer for all those boxes of foil, wax paper, and plastic wrap that are always jamming up your drawers.

    A before and after photo of the organizer filled with boxes

    33. You can also get super organized with a scarf hanger, capable of fitting 23 scarves, belts, or even ties.

    34. Get a super cute woven basket bag to store your linens or extra blankets — it'll add some decor while being very, very practical.

    The basket bag filled with pillows and blankets

    35. Upgrade your pantry (or any cabinet space) with tiered, slide-out storage baskets — they're great for making the back of the shelf a little more accessible.

    The storage baskets filled with snacks

    36. Use a leather remote control organizer so you're never stuck searching through your sofa cushions again.

    box like organizer with several TV remotes in it

    37. If you have an abundance of hanging space but are in desperate need to fold some of your favorite pieces, get yourself a set of closet organizers to help create that shelf space and make your loungewear easily accessible.

    closet cabinets with vertical organizers hanging from the closet rod

    38. If your shoes are bigger than most shoe storage holders accommodate, try a hanging organizer made for shoes up to a men's size 16.

    39. Get a set of sturdy plastic baskets perfect for organizing all your miscellaneous clothing, beauty products, and accessories currently filling up your closets.

    40. Add a discreet piece of storage furniture to clear any messes and keep all those things you don't want in sight hidden away.

    41. If you're short on drawer space and want to hang your pants, try a pants hanger that can fit five pairs while only taking up the room of one hanger.

    42. Or make sure all your folded pants are visible and don't require you to destroy your piles by using a storage box with compartments for each pair of your pants.

    The storage box filled with pants

    43. Fill every corner of your cabinets and counters while creating even more space with a three-tier shelf organizer.

    The shelf organizer filled with plates

    44. Solve two problems at once with a pet feeder that also stores your furry friend's food.

    45. Stuff your little one's plush toys into a super-soft beanbag — it'll create extra seating PLUS it'll help you get rid of the sea of teddy bears cluttering up their room.