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    43 Things To Help Anyone Whose New Home Seemed A Lot Bigger Before They Moved All Of Their Stuff In

    Some ingenious products that'll help you make the most of the space you have.

    We hope you love the products we recommend! All of them were independently selected by our editors. Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page if you decide to shop from them. Oh, and FYI — prices are accurate and items in stock as of time of publication.

    1. A super-convenient magnetic kitchen rack so you can make better use of the side of your fridge, and free up other parts of your kitchen. Use it to hold your paper towels, utensils, jars, bottles, dish towels, and more!

    the magnetic kitchen rack holding a roll of paper towels and various cooking utensils
    Amazon

    Promising review: "Perfect addition for a small (usually messy) kitchen. Now I always know where the paper towels are. The top shelf is a great place to keep often-used items (honey, sriracha sauce, garlic powder, etc.), and the hooks at the bottom work well for small pot holders. The magnet holds well — I have not had any issues with the rack sliding down the side of my fridge. I think this is a great product." —C. A. Fuchs

    Get it from Amazon for $27.97.

    2. Vacuum-sealed bags so you can store your extra clothes, towels, blankets, and more without the usual bulk so you'll have an easier time finding somewhere to fit them. Plus, when it comes time to move (again), you'll already be partially packed!

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    Here's what BuzzFeed writer Jasmin Suknanan has to say about how the bags have helped her organize:

    "Sooo, my closet is a mess. I admit it. And since I promised myself I'd do better, I decided to get these storage bags to see if they'll really give me a neat place to keep off-season clothes without taking up too much space in my room. I folded my clothes and stuffed them in the bag, careful not to fill the bag past the 'STOP' line since the instructions say you could risk re-inflating the bag if you do. I zipped up the bag and used the included vacuum pump to pump out the air, although you can also use a normal vacuum to do this. It took a few minutes, but I watched the bag deflate before my eyes. The flatter the bag becomes, the harder it should be to pump the air out. I stopped once it became really difficult to pull the handle on the pump and marveled at my work. I was pretty dang impressed, TBH. I didn't have any issues with the bag re-inflating and it's been two months so far. Yay for a cleaner closet!!!"

    Get them from Amazon for $22.99+ (available as individuals in sizes M–L or in five- or six-packs of sizes S–L).

    3. A three-piece table set with stools you can slide right under the table so that it doesn't hog a bunch of prime kitchen real estate when it's not in use.

    Reviewer pic of the tall table in brown with a marble-like top and two stools under it, also in brown
    amazon.com

    Promising review: "I just moved into a small apartment with no dining room and not enough room in the kitchen for a table. This was a perfect answer. The table looks nice enough to be included in the living room and small enough to create a dedicated dining space. This was priced great and arrived so quickly and was very well-packaged — no dents, dings, scratches, etc. I'm a single, slightly built senior and had no problems getting this assembled by myself. Easy and fast. All pieces were marked, holes predrilled, hardware all fit. I love the real wood — looks like a much more expensive piece of furniture than the cost would imply. It appears quite sturdy with no wobble stools — the table legs may eventually require some reinforcement if I move it around a lot, but that's just inherent with the clean design. I truly could not be happier." —Tally

    Get it from Amazon for $125+ (available in three colors).

    4. A collapsible hanger that can hold up to five pairs of pants horizontally to make more room in your teeny, tiny closet.

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    Promising review: "I am very pleased with these hangers! I first bought one to try it with my boyfriend’s pants and I loved them so I had to buy another one. The material of the part where you place the pants prevents any type of clothing from sliding off. Saves a lot of space on my closet and was easy to install, took me less than two minutes. The hangers come with the tool necessary and an extra piece that holds the rods in case you lose one. Overall very happy with the results, will buy again if I need more!" —Lizette Lopez

    Get it from Amazon for $21.99.

    5. A five-position, six-hook rack you can use to hang brooms, mops, ironing boards, and more so you can free up some much-needed closet space for all of the other things that need storing.

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    Promising review: "I have a small apartment and the broom closet was always a mess: the brooms would hit me in the face whenever I took the trash out. This holder saved me so much stress! The slots have little rollers that can move to fit just about any size mop or broom, and there are also little hooks that can drop down if you want to hold towels or the dust pan, which is what I use them for. This is a must-have organizational tool!" —Jacqui Nibbelin

    Get it from Amazon for $13.99.

    6. An over-the-sink drying rack you can roll right up when your done with it so it doesn't taking up a huge chunk of prime countertop real estate.

    A pot and pan drying on the rack
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    Promising review: "Although I use a dishwasher, I was very frustrated when I washed delicate glasses, knives, and large pans by hand and had nowhere to drain them except the counter, which always got wet despite the use of a dish towel. When it arrived, I opened the Surpahs and fell in love. It works perfectly, stays solidly in place on my double-sided sink, and allows my items to dry in half the time. It also frees up counter space. It's rubberized and can be easily washed, dried, rolled up, and stored in a minimum amount of space. Great item. Highly recommended." —L. Burr

    Get it from Amazon for $23.98+ (available in two sizes).

    7. A collapsible dish rack you can easily tuck in a cabinet to get it out of the way when it's empty because you could really use the extra counter space.

    Amazon

    Promising review: "I love this small dish drain! Overall it's so nice and compact. It's a perfect size for my small kitchen counter. It's easy to keep clean and drain the water out of and easy to remove the drip tray and place directly in the sink for draining dishes there. I use a dish mat along side it for bigger items like pots. My sister liked it so much she ordered one, too! Easy to collapse it down and put away if needed. Plus the material is quite sturdy." —RogueValGal

    Get it from Amazon for $13.99 (available in four color combos).

    8. Some floating shelves perfect for anyone whose book collection is steadily outgrowing the tiny bookshelf you optimistically thought would be large enough. Plus, these require ZERO floor space.

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    Promising review: "Saves space! I’m pretty basic when it comes to tools and installing things, but I was able to hang these alone without any problems. I love them and they look great! Would buy again if I need more." —Brandy Helton

    Get them from Amazon for $26.99+ (available in two sizes).

    9. Some Command hooks that are strong enough to hold a wide variety of items and require *no tools* to install. Plus, you can move or remove them whenever you want without leaving behind any damage or annoying sticky residue.

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    Promising review: "I recently set up a little Command hook mask corner by my apartment door, and it has been SO HELPFUL — instead of rooting through my masks to find the one that matches best (I'm a vain critter at heart) I can see all the clean ones I have available right in front of me, and don't forget to put it on when I'm in a rush. I also use it to hang my sports masks after I sanitize them and am waiting for them to dry! As for how the Command hooks work — these have an adhesive on the back for easy application to the wall, which you can pull down on once you're ready to uninstall it without doing any damage to the wallpaper or paint." —Emma Lord, BuzzFeed Staff

    Get it from Amazon for $11.99.

    10. Or try a Command jumbo hook that can hold up to 7.5 pounds if you need something a little more heavy duty.

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    Promising review: "Have used this size hook for several years in various applications and they have always worked well. Several years ago tried them for displaying indoor and outdoor holiday wreaths on the front door (one wreath is wire/metal). No problems at all even with the outdoor application (under a porch so not in direct elements except for the sun part of the day). These are easy to apply and we've always used a little rubbing alcohol on a paper towel to clean the surface prior to application. Removal is easy and the hooks have left no residue where we've used them. Have been reusing the plastic hook parts for several years." —homemgr

    Get it from Amazon for $4.65.

    11. A slim storage tower so you can maximize even the tiniest unused space in your apartment.

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    Promising review: "This storage tower is awesome and such a space saver. I live in a small apartment with little cabinet space, so I used this tower for my spices right in between my stove and refrigerator. It was also the easiest thing to assemble (no tools required)!" —S.J.

    Get it from Amazon for $24.99+ (available in two colors).

    12. A baker's rack for anyone whose teeny-tiny apartment is running a little light on *clears throat* counter space, cabinets, drawer space, floor space, yada yada yada. This conveniently sized rack includes a countertop, two large shelves, one small shelf, and a bar with four hooks that'll help you answer the question you ask about almost every kitchen item you own — "where am I gonna put this thing?"

    Reviewer photo of the baker's rack filled with kitchen products and a microwave, showing how much it can actually store
    amazon.com

    Promising review: "This thing is perfect, OK? I've got a studio apartment and don't really have a lot of room to work with. I had absolutely NO counter space, so this baking rack saved my life. I've got more room for groceries and plenty of prep space for getting food ready. You can fit a coffee pot, some containers of spices, and still have the vast majority of the space left over for prep space. The storage underneath is adjustable, so you can make the space between the lower and highest level larger or smaller. You easily could put a microwave on the bottom shelves and store other larger kitchen appliances." —Homeboy Gotcha

    Get it from Amazon for $92.50 (available in four styles).

    13. A mounted stemware holder that'll defy gravity to essentially turn one shelf into two!

    A reviewer's photo of a gold stemware organizer holding eight wine glasses
    amazon.com

    This rack holds 9 to 12 glasses depending on their size!

    Promising review: "I really like this wine rack! I needed a nice, space-saving solution for wineglasses that are too tall to go in my glass cabinet, and this rack fit the bill. It was simple to install and looks great. Good buy!" —Cycle Mom

    Get it from Amazon for $21.93+ (available in rows of three or four, packs of one or two, and four finishes).

    14. A tiny outlet shelf perfect for storing an electric toothbrush, your glasses, or any other odds and ends that need a better resting place.

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    FYI, it installs like a regular outlet cover. Of course except with the wonderful shelf. Can also be installed so the shelf is below the outlet.

    Promising review: "I was very skeptical about this one, I had it in my cart for a while and just couldn’t get myself to order it. Once I did and I received it, I was so happy I did. I will be ordering more now. It adds an extra storing space. My laundry room is very limited so any added storing is key! I use it for my dryer sheets. I’ll be ordering another to store a small trash bin for lint from the dryer. I’m thinking about also adding these around the house for other things. So easy to install, takes literally less than two minutes." —Hazel Vera

    Get it from Amazon for $6.99+ (available in three colors). And check out a larger outlet shelf.

    15. Some under-bed storage containers to hold all of the things that are usually piled on your bed or draped over your chair...because they have nowhere else to go.

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    You can use these for so much more than clothing! Think craft supplies, extra toiletries, shoes...basically whatever you have too much of.

    Promising review: "These storage bags are fantastic. I live in a small apartment where storage space is at a premium I use these to store my Costco toilet paper and paper towels so I don't need to make as many trips to the store. It keeps them in pristine condition and out of sight. The handles make them easy to pull in and out, and they fold up nicely when not in use. I'm thinking about getting two more since four will fit under my queen bed." —Kimberly Dorn

    Get it from Amazon for $12.97+ (available in five colors).

    16. And some bed risers in case you need to make a little more room down there to truly fit EVERYTHING.

    The bed risers
    Amazon

    They come with four small risers, and four large risers — you can use just the small risers to elevate your bed 3 inches, just the large risers to elevate your bed 5 inches, or combine the two to elevate your bed 8 inches.

    Promising review: "These bed risers couldn't have been easier to use. No sliding around on the hardwood floor and the bed was very stable. The risers worked as advertised and I am completely satisfied." —Steve Parsons

    Another promising review: "I really like the storage space this creates. Great for those looking for tidier organization. They are also very sturdy. The bed does not wobble or anything, even on top of both lifts. I do like that you can choose to use one or the other or both risers. Lots of customization options." —Amazon Customer

    Get a pack of eight from Amazon for $19.99.

    17. A four-tier storage shelf you can place right overtop of your toilet to hold a lot without taking up too much of your precious floor space.

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    Promising review: "Great storage capacity. Bought for my son in his new apartment. Very little storage space in the vanity and no shelves on the wall. This gave him a huge amount of storage space for his clean towels and toiletries." —Jnic

    Get it from Amazon for $35.06.

    18. An expandable rack in case that pipe under your sink is making it hard to make use of the cabinet space down there.

    reviewer pic of inside a bathroom vanity cabinet with a lot of organized items in a small space thanks to the adjustable organizer
    amazon.com

    Measures 15 inches long x 11.25 inches wide x 15 inches high and can expand to 25 inches long.

    Promising review: "I'm so glad I bought this. I have a 24-inch vanity in my bathroom and this fit perfectly. I have it extended to about 23-inch and it holds sturdy, though I can see if you were to extend it to its full length it gets weak in the middle. I liked it so much that I ordered another one for the kitchen. I got some clear bins to help organize bottles and other goodies I keep in the bath." —Marlene R.

    Get it from Amazon for $23.87 (available in three finishes).

    19. A silverware sorter that'll hold up to 24 pieces of cutlery while taking up barely any space at all so you can actually fit all your tools in one drawer.

    reviewer photo showing the silverware organizer along with several other kitchen utensils in the drawer
    amazon.com

    Promising review: "I have a tiny kitchen with only three drawers, so space is at a premium. My silverware organizer took up almost all of one drawer, so this organizer is a godsend. You can fit quite a few spoons etc. in each slot. My beater attachments fit perfectly into the top two hollows. I will say I have to flip my forks over face down in order to be able to shut and open my drawer, but then the drawer itself is kind of shallow. You NEED this if you have a small kitchen with few drawers!" —mialro

    Get it on Amazon for $9.99 (available in three colors and four sizes).

    20. A six-piece set of refrigerator bins to help your fridge hold everything you and your roommates overstuff it with.

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    Promising review: "These were ready to use right out of the box after a quick wipe. They are a heavy, durable, clear BPA-free acrylic. I share a small side-by-side fridge with my landlord and it was tough to keep food separated and organized. Greenco clear refrigerator bins have made a big difference. They allow us to maximize the space we have and keep food organized. I would definitely recommend these to anyone wanting to bring organization to their fridge." —Conquer Clutter

    Get it from Amazon for $28.99.

    21. A metal desk organizer that'll help keep your WFH office supplies from cluttering up your desk. Plus, it'll lift your monitor up a little bit so you can stop craning your neck all day long.

    review photo showing laptop organizer
    amazon.com

    Promising review: "Perfect for my needs! Adding an additional monitor to my home office setup, this lifts my laptop to align with it. Also gives me room for storage and prevents me from having to constantly look down. Very sturdy, highly recommend." —Jennifer Lewis

    Get it from Amazon for $25.99+ (available in two colors).

    22. A set of magnetic glass spice jars you can stick to the fridge to free up a cabinet for other very necessary storage needs.

    Reviewer pic of a number of glass spice jars stuck to the side of a fridge
    amazon.com

    Promising review: "I am in love with my magnetic spice jars! I recently moved to a small apartment and don't have the counter or wall space to store spices or a spice rack, so magnetic jars it was! I love how these have a decorative feel while providing a secure way to store the spices. Unlike other magnetic spice jars I feel that these add an extra flair to displaying your assorted spices." —rae.m.wri

    Get a 10-pack of small jars from Amazon for $55 (also available in 24 small jars, 12 large jars, and 24 large jars).

    23. An over-the-cabinet bag holder to help free up some space in that cupboard that would otherwise be taken up by plastic bags stuffed with, you guessed it, more plastic bags.

    The metal mesh bag holder attached to the inside of a cabinet with a number of plastic bags inside
    Amazon

    This holds up to 60 plastic bags and comes with a removable hanger so you can put it over the door or attach it to the cabinet.

    Promising review: "We love this! We live in an apartment in New York City and storage is always a nightmare, but we need our bags. This hangs neatly inside the cabinet underneath the sink. The clear hooks make it look modern and undetectable from the outside." —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $16.97.

    24. A closet rod you can hang from your existing one so you can finally fit all of your clothes in an organized fashion.

    The doubling rod hanging from the top built-in closet rod on rubber-tipped hooks
    Amazon

    Promising review: "Sturdy and lightweight, this closet rod doubled my available space in seconds. There is plenty of space on the top rod for longer shirts and tops and shorter ones fit perfectly on the lower rod, without gracing the floor. Hangers stay in place and don't slide to one end or the other based on how heavy items are and so far the rod hasn't sagged or bowed at all. And I have all my sweatshirts and heavy fleece jackets on the bottom rod. Space will obviously depend on the height of the closet rod you hang this from, but I would highly recommend this for anyone with need of more closet space!!" —CCBunE

    Get it from Amazon for $17.99.

    25. A macramé produce hammock for anyone looking into alternative fruit storing methods due to their already small counter space being entirely taken over by fancy gadgets and appliances.

    KnappsKnots / Via Etsy

    Knapps Knots is a San Diego–based small business owned by Anastasia Knapp, who is quite possibly making the cutest macramé and wood crafts you've ever seen.

    Promising review: "Absolutely loved it! Perfect if you have little counter space." —Jessi

    Get it from KnappsKnots on Etsy for $27.90+ (available in two sizes and 11 colors).

    26. A shower curtain with pockets so you can stop knocking over piles of half empty shampoo bottles every time you step in and out of the tub.

    Reviewer image of the shower curtain with a variety of shampoos, hair brushes, and other bathroom items stored in the pockets
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    Promising review: "We are apartment living, so storage is always an issue, and the bathroom is no exception. No one in the household could take a shower without crash/boom as you're knocking something down sitting on a shelf or the bathtub rim. This is a game changer. There are so many pockets with so much room in each, I actually have space left over. My husband's back scrubber, my shampoo and haircare, and my daughter's bubble baths and bath floofies all fit with room to spare. And the pockets are all a nice height so I'm not crouching to find anything. The curtain is clear so I didn't have to change the "pretty" one for decorative purposes, and it doesn't affect light that way either. Either way, I am super pleased, and I am keeping this link handy in case another one is EVER needed." —goodnite.graci

    Get it from Amazon for $19.99.

    27. An over-the-door towel rack so you have somewhere to put your towels that isn't all over the floor. Plus, it includes hooks so you can hang your robe and other clothes, too!

    back of bathroom door with a towel rack that has three tiers of racks for towels
    Amazon

    Promising review: "I bought this in the satin nickel and it goes very well with my sons' bathroom hardware. It is lightweight and hangs nicely over the bathroom door. It was very easy to put together with only six small screws (my 9-year-old put it together). I like that it has the extra hooks at the bottom of the rack for smaller towels, or in my case, childrens' robes. It is definitely a space saver in a small bathroom shared by two boys. We will see if it helps them keep their towels off the floor. A mother can dream, right?" —Jo Rose

    Get it from Amazon for $18.13+ (available in four finishes).

    28. A super-cool floating bedside table so you can stop lining your bedroom floor with half-empty mugs just waiting to be knocked over. It takes up less space than a regular nightstand and easily attaches to your bed frame so you can keep your essentials within reach at all times. Reviewers with small rooms adore this — especially ones with bunk beds!

    BedShelfie / Etsy

    BedShelfie is a POC-owned small business that focuses on space-saving minimalist nightstands.

    Get it from Amazon for $39.99 or from BedShelfie on Etsy for $44.99 (more sizes and colors available here).

    29. A cabinet door organizer to maximize the amount of stuff one lil' cubby can hold.

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    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 (four 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 $15.87.

    30. A lid organizer to get your chaotic kitchen drawers back under control!

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    It'll hold round and square lids up to 9 inches wide and it only takes one minute to set up! Also, one reviewer shared that a sweet note from the brand in their package revealed that this YouCopia brand is a woman-owned small business!

    Promising review: "This product does exactly what it is supposed to and does it well. In under 15 minutes, I took my nightmare lid drawer and turned it into a functional, convenient storage space. The dividers were simple to install and provide flexibility. Slowly but surely I am getting my tiny, chaotic kitchen under control, and this got me a huge leap closer." —S. Hawthorn

    Get it from Amazon for $15.99+ (available in four sizes).

    31. A freestanding bike rack so you can reclaim your hallway that's starting to look like a bicycle graveyard.

    two bikes hang from the Angetenar Freestanding Bike Rack
    Wayfair

    Promising review: "I just ordered a second one. They're super easy to assemble, and they get the bikes off the floor and organized." —Meghan

    Get it from Wayfair for $63 (originally $114.15).

    32. A hanging caddy you can attach to a showerhead or curtain rod to hold all of those things that are usually cluttering the corners of your shower.

    Amazon

    Promising review: "This caddy is amazing. NO RUST! OMG. Can't begin to articulate how nice that is. I was concerned a bar of soap wouldn't work on this (all of the pictures showed liquid soap), but I was wrong. Fits just fine on the lower shelf, in any of the three spots that are available. And the stretchy band accommodates my razor on the side (and finally, my razor doesn't fall off!!!!), and my husband puts his larger razor in one of the circles on the bottom. I take it off of the shower head once a week to spray clean it, rinse it, and wipe it down to take off all the filmy soap, but this is so pretty, modern, and wonderful in that it doesn't rust. And it's nice and flat, it doesn't stick out like the metal ones do. There is a stretchy band across the top and bottom parts, to accommodate much larger bottles of shampoo if needed. A real winner. Can't believe I've never seen this option in a store. I'm so happy with this purchase." —H H

    Get it from Amazon for $16.15+ (available in three colors).

    33. A heat-resistant styling station you can hang on a towel rack for easy access and to keep the cables from getting all tangled up.

    The styling station holding hair tools and hanging from a towel rack
    Amazon

    Promising review: "I have a ridiculously small bathroom and a super-small vanity. After too many instances of my dryer and straightener falling to the floor, I went searching for an option to get them off the nonexistent counter and onto the towel holder next to my sink. This product has done the trick — it helps me keep my counter space organized and provides me with a great, heat-resistant holder to place them in while I'm working through my hair. Highly recommend!" —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $19.95+ (available in five colors). Or, check out an over-cabinet styling station.

    34. A gorgeous wood-and-metal shoe rack customized to fit your entryway so you can remember what your floors looked like before they were covered with your shoe collection.

    a custom four tier shoe rack in an entryway
    Brandon Built/Etsy

    Brandon Built is a small business based in Nebraska that creates custom industrial and rustic furniture that'll add some charm to your home.

    Promising review: "I love it! It's well made and was easy to put together. Plus, it cleaned up our shoe-laden mudroom and looks great!" —Joni Corn

    Get it from Brandon Built on Etsy for $189+ (available in four sizes, three widths, and eight stains).

    35. A rustic, wall-mounted coat rack that'll keep your variety of jackets from piling up on a chair that was meant for sitting, while also offering some shelf space to hold extra items that might not fit anywhere else.

    the Key and Coat Rack mounted on a wall wit a jacket, umbrella, and keys hanging from several hooks
    Distressed Me Not/Etsy

    Distressed Me Not is a family-owned small business based in North Carolina that creates handmade rustic and beachy pieces that'll make your home feel warm and toasty.

    Promising review: "We live in the mountains and have lots of coats, scarves, hats all over the place. This rack is twice as big as what we had before, with the added attraction of having a shelf on top. I went to a little antique shop and got a few things to put on top, and my husband and I really like the look! The shelf is well made and of a quality that it is built to last." —Bev Linder

    Get it from Distressed Me Not on Etsy for $29+ (available in 10 sizes and with or without a top shelf).

    36. A hanging purse organizer so you actually have a place for all of your bags to live.

    The organizer hanging over the door storing multiple purses
    amazon.com

    Promising review: "I ordered two of these, and I am so pleased. They held all my handbags (except two large tote bags), and I have quite a few. I was able to put two purses in most of the slots, and three or four small ones together in a couple of slots. This really made a difference in the organization of my handbags and makes my closet look so much neater. If you are considering this product, I highly recommend. Good value for the price!!!" —Brenda V

    Get it from Amazon for $8.83.

    37. An amazing coffee table with a bunch of hidden storage and a top that lifts up to become a makeshift desk or table! Now you'll have extra space to work, eat, and store everything that's usually scattered around your small living room.

    the light wood coffee table with the top lifted to show the storage inside
    Amazon

    Promising review: "Great coffee table for the price. Assembly was relatively easy and the only part that requires a second person is the very end when attaching the top of the table to the base. When doing this, I highly recommend using a drill to screw these screws in to save time and effort. The rest of the table can be assembled with screwdrivers. The raising feature is also more useful than I thought. It’s great if you want to eat a meal on the couch or if you are working from home and want your laptop raised up to a better height. Even when raised, the surface is quite sturdy. If you are looking for a great looking coffee table for an awesome price, this is the table for you." —Evan

    Get it from Amazon for $125.99+ (available in four colors and two sizes).

    38. A stealthy storage ottoman for anyone who has already stuffed all of their drawers and closets to full capacity and needs some extra storage ~disguised~ as furniture. No one has to know!

    Amazon

    Promising review: "I live in a small apartment so I like having hidden storage wherever I can. I also like putting my feet up when I watch TV at night. This is the perfect piece of inexpensive furniture and stylish decor that fits both of those needs. It’s sturdy enough for me to sit on, but I don’t really use it for that purpose. I hide away some electronic equipment that I want to keep handy yet contained... It’s super functional and that’s why I love it." —Jessica

    Get it from Amazon for $38.99+ (available in three colors).

    39. A rolling organizer you can add below your pedestal sink that, TBH, should've come with a cabinet underneath it to begin with...

    The organizer underneath a pedestal sink
    amazon.com

    Promising review: "This is a great space saver for a small bathroom and fits neatly under a pedestal sink. Easy to assemble, too." —diann smolnik

    Get it from Amazon for $44.99+ (available in two colors).

    40. A beautiful, handcrafted jewelry organizer you can mount on your bedroom or closet wall to hold your various jingly-jangly jewels.

    jewelry organizer hung up styled with tons of different jewelry pieces
    Ark On The Lake

    This Ontario-based shop sells a variety of wood pieces and organizers.

    Promising review: "I absolutely adore this piece. It came even better than described. The stain was just a bit darker than I had thought (Provincial) but that worked out perfectly for me. Really appreciated the detailed instructions and care in packaging. I will be buying more from this talented seller. Thank you!" —Jackie Sheriff

    Get it from Ark On The Lake on Etsy for $92.78+ (available in six sizes and 12 stain/hook color options).

    41. A hanging Roll Keeper closet organizer that holds 16 rolls and will revolutionize the way you store your towels and T-shirts if you have wayyyyy too many.

    Long rectangular holder with hooks on the end and 16 t-shirts rolled being held in the keeper, all nice and organized
    The Roll Keeper / Etsy

    The Roll Keeper is a woman-owned small business from Kelso, Washington. Check out this helpful video that shows you how to load and unload the Roll Keeper!

    Promising review: "Our family is growing, and I realized there's a lot of space in a closet that isn't being used. That's how I came across these, and now I have them in all the closets. They make getting clothes so easy, and now we have more space for the growing family! Xoxo!" —Megan

    Get it from The Roll Keeper on Etsy for $16.99 (available in black or maroon) or from Amazon Handmade for $20.99 (available in two colors and sizes).

    42. Some super-strong magnetic strips to help you squeeze some brews into your tiny fridge that's already stuffed to the gills.

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    Promising review: "Of all the things I have bought that I didn't need, this is one of my favorites. Beer is hard to get out of the cardboard carrier in the top of my fridge. While just taking them out and sitting them on the shelf would have solved this problem as well, this solution is more fun. They float and technically it does make a tiny bit of extra space under the beer for small thinks like cheese or something." —AbbyValentine

    Get two magnet strips (holds a six pack) from Amazon for $29.99.

    43. And finally, a two-tier, no-drill corner shower caddy for anyone whose tiny shower is no match for all of your roommates' tubes and bottles.

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    Promising review: "I have a lot — and I mean a lot — of body washes. The thing that annoys me is that I have nowhere to set my shampoo, conditioner, and body wash bottles. I didn't have any ledge in my shower so I decided to purchase a shower shelf. I must say, this shelf is everything to me. I like how easy it is to set up and how sturdy it is. I was very nervous setting anything on a shelf that is attached on suction cups but these suction cups are very powerful, even with the humidity of the shower. I have taken a shower every day since I installed this shelf on my wall and still holds up. I was able to put about five body washes, my shampoo and conditioner bottles, as well as my facial cleaners. It definitely holds up well. Because it's made with a durable aluminum, you don't have to worry about rust, which was something I worry when being around water. —Adam Lopez

    Get it from Amazon for $19.98+ (available in two colors).

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