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    36 Products That’ll Help You Hide The Mess — Er, I Mean Organize

    Not me kicking all the stuff on my floor under the bed...

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    1. A cotton swab holder so you can conceal your toothpicks, dental flossers, and cotton swaps with the push of a button. Guess it's time to finally throw out the bulky boxes they came in!

    2. An over-the-cabinet storage system to hold all your heat-styling tools...which up until now have been sitting in a tangled mess in the drawer. It's too bad no one will see how nicely and neatly you stored them once you shut the cabinet door.

    The storage rack in a brass color holding a hair dryer, flat iron, and curling iron

    3. An under-cabinet drawer with a sliding basket that'll be the perfect home for all your cleaning supplies that previously were just sitting out in your bathroom because you didn't know where to put them.

    The two-tiered shelf, which can hold several bottles of cleaner, bars of soap, and toilet paper with room to spare

    4. A plastic bag holder because it's time to reclaim the cabinet under your sink. You know...the one filled with plastic bags stuffed with other plastic bags.

    The holder, which has a hole on the top to insert the plastic bags and a slot in the middle where you can pull the bags out

    5. A tea bag organizer for helping you finally — finally! — organize your tea bag collection. This won't just help you hide the clutter of half-full boxes, but it'll help you actually get rid of the clutter!

    6. A silverware sorter if you cringe every time you open the drawer and see your forks, knives, and spoons spilling out of their tray.

    The tray, which has five angled compartments for silverware

    7. A set of refrigerator storage bins so you actually know what you have (and what you don't have!) instead of opening the fridge to see a jumbled mess and saying, "Welp, I guess I'm ordering takeout again!"

    Reviewer photo of a neatly organized fridge that utilizes the storage bins

    8. A vacuum sealer to help you make space in your freezer for all your leftovers and, most important, your ice cream.

    9. A lid holder caddy that'll house all the tops of your food storage containers and prevent them from mysteriously disappearing.

    The plastic organizer, which has three compartments for lids

    10. A personalized basket because your dog has way too many toys — like who needs that many toys? — and you're tired of tripping over them. Shove 'em all in this chic basket when they're not being played with.

    Round canvas bag with braided rope handles that says "Dexter's Toys" on the front and features two black paw prints on it

    11. A nail polish organizer for storing your polishes in a way that lets you see your entire collection at a glance. And when you're not painting your nails, just slide this under your bed so it doesn't clutter your shelves.

    Reviewer photo of the organizer, which has three rows and is see through

    12. An organizational tower if your motto when it comes to cleaning is, "out of sight, out of mind." This wheeled shelf has 10 roomy drawers to hide all the random bits and bobs that you just don't want to look at anymore.

    13. A practical rolling utility cart so you can add some much-needed space to basically any room in your house. Use it in the dining room or kitchen as a bar cart, roll it into the bathroom and place your skincare and makeup on it, or put it in your bedroom to create a cozy shelf for all your knickknacks.

    The three-tiered gold shelf with wheels

    14. A chic tufted ottoman with storage to stash extra linens, pillows, blankets, board games, you name it.

    15. A bed frame with built-in storage underneath that'll provide you with even more hidden storage compartments.

    The bed frame lifted to reveal enough storage space for clothes, extra blankets and linens, and more

    16. A set of four under-the-bed storage boxes because they're the perfect vessel for out-of-season clothing and shoes that are taking up precious space in your closet.

    17. Or some under-bed shoe bags for storing shoes of all sizes, including men's size 13 shoes and 6-inch heels. Or you could leave your shoes by the door like you usually do and trip over them every time you come inside.

    A shoe bag holding eight pairs of shoes

    18. A sturdy, stackable shoe rack if your entryway is littered with the family's sneakers and sandals.

    19. A space-saving hanger organizer so you can get rid of that eyesore, aka the giant tangled mass of hangers in a bin.

    20. O-Sheet, a plush fleece bag to hold and organize a set of sheets. (Did anyone else start singing "London Bridge" when they read O-Sheet?) You can even mark the size of the sheets on the outside of the bag so you don't mistakenly grab the wrong set.

    21. A Bundle Buddy that'll protect your sheets from dust and hide your awful folding skills while they sit in the closet. These canvas organizers are also labeled with the sheet size so they're great for people who only own white sheets but never know which set is which.

    22. An over-the-door jewelry cabinet because at first it looks like a mirror and then *bam* you open it up and there's tons of space for storing your necklaces and earrings.

    23. And if that reveal didn't impress you, a beanbag chair for storing all your kiddo's stuffed animals *and* providing a comfy place to sit. That's right, you can unzip it and store toys inside. Bye bye clutter!

    Child model sitting on the large beanbag chair, which can fit dozens of stuffed animals depending on the size

    24. A rolling laundry sorter with four slots if you're tired of having multiple hampers to sort your delicates from clothes you plan on bleaching or just one hamper that's constantly overflowing.

    The hamper

    25. A plastic bag organizer so when you're packing a lunch and you grab a bag for your pretzels, it's a snack-size bag and not a gallon size bag (unless the plan was to eat a gallon of pretzels, and in that case, you do you!).

    The wood set with space for gallon, quart, sandwich, and snack bags

    26. A black mesh organizer to finally get your office supplies in order because you told yourself at the start of the pandemic that you wouldn't be working from home forever and now your company has OK'd you to work from home permanently so you should really get your stuff organized.

    The organizer with compartments for pens, pencils, notepads, paper clips, and more

    27. An overhead storage rack that'll give you even more space to store and organize your stuff so you don't feel overwhelmed by clutter the minute you step into your garage.

    The storage racks hanging from the ceiling of a garage

    28. An electrical outlet cover with a power strip because there's no room for cluttered cords in your house. It's also pretty great if you want to push your furniture right up against the wall but can't because your phone charger adapter is in the way.

    29. Or a cable raceway kit for helping you consolidate your cords and hide them so you're not distracted by ugly wires when you're watching TV. Plus, this is held up with a strong adhesive so you don't have to ruin your rental apartment's walls by drilling into the drywall.

    Before photo of messy cables next to after photo of the raceway covering the cords

    30. And a power cord box if the area under your work desk is a jumbled mess of cables. This box will hide your cords and protect them from being accidentally unplugged.

    31. Some space-saving vacuum storage bags so you can shrink down all your bulky winter sweaters and thick comforters and hide them in the closet without taking up so much space.

    32. A narrow cart to take full advantage of every bit of storage space in your apartment — like between your washer and dryer. It's sturdy enough to hold heavy bottles and only requires a few inches of empty space.

    33. A spice rack that'll help you organize your favorite seasonings so you can quickly grab the oregano when the recipe calls for it. This is a purchase you'll love ~undill~ the end of ~thyme~.

    The organizer, which has three drop-down drawers and adjustable dividers

    34. A hanging file organizer because your WFH station (aka the dining room table) is currently littered with what feels like 50 million pieces of paper. This'll help you take advantage of vertical space and create a home for all your clutter.

    Reviewer photo of the 10-slot organizer hanging from the back of a closet door

    35. A K-Cup organizer for arranging your coffee pods so you can grab the one you want and know when you need a restock. Plus, you can slide your coffee maker in front of the organizer if you'd prefer no one see it.

    36. A sturdy organizer if the snacks, water bottles, and toys strewn across your car need a home that's not the floor.

    Reviewer photo of the organizers in a car holding baby supplies

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