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29 Products To Help You Have The Organized Home Of Your Dreams

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1. Under-the-shelf baskets designed to use the dead space in your pantry shelves.

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Promising review: "I have a beautiful and efficient walk-in pantry that I never dreamed could be improved on. However, when I stood back and took a better look at all the space ABOVE the items on some of the shelves, I realized how these under-shelf baskets could be used to recover that otherwise wasted space. I’m an organization freak, and these fit perfectly into my world." —UpperDown

Get a set of four from Amazon for $24.99.

2. A vertical boot rack that takes up a surprisingly small amount of closet space...all things considered.

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Promising review: "It was easy to put together and I have a huge sense of relief knowing that my precious boots are not slumped over getting creases. As a boot aficionado and lover of organization, this makes me smile every time I look at it. You won't regret this purchase!" —Antoinette

Get a rack for five pairs of boots from Amazon for $69.99.

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3. A versatile under-sink organizer with shelves that adjust to fit your whims and ~around~ any sink pipes.

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Promising review: "When I moved into my new house, I decided that I wanted to keep these spaces nice BEFORE they had the opportunity to get disheveled and moldy. This organizer helped me achieve just that! To maximize the function of my under-the-cabinet spaces, I started off by installing protective sink mats, which are waterproof and mildew-resistant. Then I assembled the sink organizers. Now these areas are clean, dry, and super organized!" —Nurse Bex

Get it from Amazon for $24.87.

4. An acrylic eyeliner organizer so your peepers will be outlined in your desired shade all the time, every time.

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Promising review: "It's thick, heavy, durable plastic, and the purple color is very pretty. I buy more Urban Decay 24/7 eye pencils than anything, and they fit perfectly in the smaller holes. I currently don't have any thicker pencils to put in the larger holes, but they do a good job of holding some of my brushes." —Tammy Hunter

Get it from Amazon for $14.59.

5. A pretty laundry hamper in a leaf print or floral print as some stylish motivation to get dirty duds up off the floor.

6. A stackable glasses organizer so your reading glasses, sunglasses, and other specs'll be safe and sound in one spot.

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Promising review: "I have sunglasses in various sizes and it was able to hold classic, aviators, cat eye, and butterfly shade sizes. When I am getting dressed for the day and ready to accessorize, it's no longer a guessing game of which sunglasses to wear and where they are." —N. Williams

Get it from Amazon for $15.99. Also available in a set of two wide drawers.

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7. An eye-catching iridescent pencil cup for coralling all your writing instruments.

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Promising review: "I got this pencil cup for my new desk. The unique design and color has already received compliments from my co-workers! There's a felt-type fabric on the bottom to prevent any gross scraping noises, and it's holding about 25 pens with room to spare." —katie

Get it from Target $8.99.

8. An adjustable drawer organizer perf for small kitchen tools that you can reorganize as many times as you'd like.

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The set includes a nonslip silicone mat that you can cut to fit your drawer and 15 repositionable pieces so you can get the perfect fit for your utensils.

Promising review: "It has completely organized my utensil junk drawer. Turns out I had a lot of crap in there that I either never used, or was just garbage and needed to be tossed. The base mat is simple to apply...just cut it to fit your drawer. Then arrange your utensils however you prefer, and separate them with the rubber wedges." —Mercedes J.

Get it from Amazon for $29.99.

9. Or this set of magnetic interlocking drawer bins that let you pick and choose the layout to get any drawers in order.

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Promising review: "I have really narrow drawers in my house so most of the drawer organizers on Amazon are too large. These are customizable so I was able to organize my little drawers." —chloenc

Get an eight-piece set from Amazon for $9.95.

10. A sock organizer to help you track down your lucky game-day socks that much faster.

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Promising review: "I live in the Pacific Northwest where our winters aren't particularly frigid, but they ARE cold and damp, so I tend to wear a lot of wool or thicker acrylic knit socks. This is exactly what I needed. Size is super — and it's easy to put together once I figured out that the 'buttons' are easier to get into the 'slots' if you DON'T try to push them but instead 'rock' them from side to side." —L. Mountford

Get it from Amazon for $11.99.

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11. A pretty letter sorter that'll also meet your makeup palette organizing needs.

13. A car-trunk organizer to easily tote car-trip essentials to the car, to the house, to the car, etc.

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It's collapsible and has side pockets and Velcro strips on the bottom so it won't slide around during sharp turns.

Promising review: "I've had this catch-all in the back of my 2015 Ford Escape for almost a year now. It's great. Got my little gas can and emergency kits in there, along with tiedowns and bungie cords. As you can see, it fits perfectly next to my subwoofer, so I'm really happy about that. It keeps my cargo area looking tight. The Velcro on the bottom keeps it in place." —DarkJamie

Get it from Amazon for $15.69.

14. A fire-escape shelving unit for getting small stuff up and off your countertop and on display.

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Promising review: "I love the look of this shelf, which fits perfectly above my work station. Nice display for art objects and small plants. The black metal is a great backdrop for for colorful items, green ivy, and small ferns I have displayed." —Annie Sue

Get it from Uncommon Goods for $99.

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15. A handy metal tray that you can rest on top of a stack of magazines or pillows for an impromptu cleanup sesh that looks like a styled Instagram shoot.

16. A genius tablet holder that also keeps your most-used kitchen utensils nearby.

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Promising review: "I use this in the area where I do my mixing and assembling of recipes. It holds my recipe file contained in my iPad just fine. Plus I keep my kitchen calculator there so it's handy. The utensils I use in mixing are there, always handy. I like mine so much that I've bought another as a gift." —wiseraz

Get it from Uncommon Goods for $60.

17. A corner organizing rack for using every last inch of valuable kitchen cabinet space.

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Promising review: "I live in a apartment and only have two cabinets, and this has helped me with organizing and ease of access. It has made it so I can get to all of my dishes and it fits perfectly in my cabinet. It comes fully assembled and the paint on the rack has not chipped at all." —Elle4001

Get it from Amazon for $8.49.

18. A purse holder that pulls double duty for belts, camisoles, and other closet basics.

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Promising review: "I use this hanger for camisoles, not for ties and belts. Although it takes up a wider amount of space in my closet to do this, I am happy with how it's working out. The hanger is sturdy, so it doesn't tip or rock and I can quickly add or remove my tops. I have tried other approaches for these tops, because I have many, and so far this has been my best option." —Valerie K.

Get it from Amazon for $7.92.

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19. This spinning cosmetics organizer so you can find your favorite eye cream in a whirl.

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Promising review: "It rotates smoothly and silently, and it holds more than my other cosmetic storage units. All my products are within view and they are all easily accessible in an organized manner. This eliminates my frustration when I didn’t remember where I put something that I needed, and therefore saves my time, especially when I am in my usual rush to get ready and not be late." —Karen🦋

Get it from Amazon for $30.99.

20. Some spice jar clips so you won't be left fumbling for the right spice while your pot boils over.

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Promising review: "Love these! Just put them up and can't believe how much easier it is to get at my spices. 👌 I used Command strips on the backs instead just to make sure I could take them off without leaving any residue behind or having to use screws. So far, I'm really happy with them!" —Ashley

Get a set of six strips (which can hold 30 jars total) from Amazon for $11.87.

21. Some clip-on dividers for wooden shelves to keep piles of sweaters and linens from turning into a closet avalanche.

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Promising review: "I live in a tiny apartment and have one closet to store all of my linens, toiletries, brooms, etc. So I ordered these little dividers. All of my towels, bed sheets, and storage bags that used to end up on top of each other are now all folded and standing up in neat little piles. They slide right on, no assembly or hardware required. Instant gratification!" —kemee

Get a set of four from Amazon for $15.99.

22. A mesh door organizer to catch everything from hats and gloves to bottles of cleaning supplies to pantry snacks.

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Promising review: "The pocket size is more than adequate for cleaning bottles in various sizes. The over-the-door hooks are sturdy but flat so they don't rub my door frame. There are no bottom hooks on this. I was fine with that because the weight of the cleaning bottles weighs mine down so it doesn't swing when I open the door. I love the large mesh pockets." —Smiley

Get it from Amazon for $10.99.

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24. A skinny rolling shelf for making use of the tiniest of kitchen spaces.

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Promising review: "It may not be beautiful, but it is a great addition to a tiny kitchen. I recently moved, and my new house has no pantry space. No closets or cubbies to convert. Just one tiny cabinet that I didn't need for my kitchen tools. This rolling pantry helps so much. I just shoved my fridge over a couple of inches, and it fit perfectly. It may not be huge, but helped so much with space. It is very sturdy and holds canned goods like a pro." —Kim Y

Get it from Amazon for $23.07. Also available in 5-tier.

25. A multitasking shirt hanger to keep six shirts in the vertical space of only one.

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Promising review: "I was looking for a hanger for my sleeveless tops and this fit the bill perfectly. Coated arms hold the tops in place. Glad I purchased two!" —Formatting Junkie

Get it from Amazon for $8.74.

26. And a pants hanger and skirt hanger that do the same (incredibly helpful) thing, for whipping your closet into shape without making major sacrifices.

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Promising review: "They help organize a small closet really well, and save space. Yes, it might be a little more hassle than regular single skirt hangers, but it's definitely worth buying these to save on space." —monica gaidhane

Get them from Amazon: pants hanger for $12.99 and skirt hanger for $8.29.

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27. A stackable wine shelf that you can also stick in the fridge and easily wipe down when it gets icky.

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Promising review: "We have now ordered four four-packs of these racks to store wine in our open kitchen shelving. The racks fit perfectly in our space and allow us to store more bottles more conveniently than without the racks. We love that they are clear and we can easily pull bottles out to view their labels." —inthewoods

Get a set of two (enough to hold six bottles) from Amazon for $22.99.

28. This rolling shoe rack that's pretty enough to leave on display, but also has a flip side to conceal your footwear when you want.

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Promising review: "I like how the front panel conceals the shoes and the mobility of the casters. It's almost like having pull-out drawers for your shoes! I would also use one by the entrance door." —Nurse Bex

Get it from Amazon for $50+. Available in black and white.

29. An complete closet organizing system that does the job of permanent shelves inside an unfinished closet.

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Promising review: "This is great. I tripled my storage capacity on the back wall of my closet. I also cut down the old 8ft. section of shelving and integrated it into this shelving system with some extra brackets from a local hardware store. No part of this unit touches the floor like the cheaper version of this unit does. It is very sturdy. I had studs on 16" centers so this unit was perfect. I didn't have to drill new holes in the hanging bracket and most of the verticals caught studs, as well. I wish I had bought this sooner." --Edward F.

Get it from Amazon for $79.29+. / Available in two sizes.

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