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    Updated on Sep 17, 2020. Posted on Sep 13, 2020

    48 Products That'll Make You More Organized In Every Little Part Of Your Life

    Solve basically *all* of your organizing problems.

    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 set of airtight OXO Pop containers because they keep pantry staples (rice, dry beans, chips, candy, cookies, etc.) fresh for longer than the original packaging ever possibly could, all while making everything easy to find.

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    They're designed to be incredibly efficient with the space on your shelves, the rounded corners make for easy pouring, and you press the button on top to open and seal the containers.

    Promising review: "I bought the really big set a while ago and was hooked. No longer will my white rice/grains/rolled oats/grits go wormy ( I know...yuck), my cat's kibble is stored in a clear container so I can see when it's running low. (FYI: the pet food container is not included in this set, but is worth the additional purchase.) I love these containers. They are lightweight so there's no strain on my wrists, yet heavy enough that they don't tip over easily. The lids are easy to clean, and you could apply labels to distinguish between flours and sugars. They are expensive, but I believe you get what you pay for — quality costs extra money. If I need another set in the future, I will buy it." —Judith A Loue

    Get the five-piece set on Amazon for $49.95.

    2. An over-the-cabinet door basket so useful, you'll want to buy two — using one for cutting boards and one to hold your foil, plastic wrap, and parchment paper.

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    And if you don't like hanging stuff over your cabinet doors, you can easily mount it with a few screws. Of course as with almost all organizing products, it's important to check the measurements of your cabinets before you buy it!

    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 completely versatile." —Kerry

    Get it on Amazon for $13.87.

    3. A silverware sorter that takes up half the space of a traditional organizer, so you can use the rest of the drawer to store so much more.

    A hand putting a fork into the rectangular organizer; it has four slots at diagonal angles, one stacked on top of the next, with wide-mouth openings
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    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+ (also available for knives or with extra slots for gadgets; and available in three colors).

    4. A sturdy and expandable pan organizing rack with adjustable-width compartments, so even your mis-matched pans and skillets will fit neatly and be convenient to grab.

    the rack with seven skillets stacked on their sides of graduating sizes; the thick wire dividers keep the pans about an inch apart from each other
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    Each divider's covered in a non-scratch coating, so you don't have to worry about your ceramic or nonstick skillets. If it works better for your space, you can also use the two expanding halves separately. They also have extra dividers available, in case you want to store more than the set's twelve pans.

    Promising review: "These are absolutely wonderful and exactly what we needed. Super customizable to fit your needs. I bought two and was able to fit a variety of pots, pans, lids, and even a steamer tray! I love how organized these made my cabinets. I hated having to stack and unstack everything every time I needed something or was putting things away. My lids were a nightmare in and of themselves. When purchasing keep in mind the amount of clearance. I couldn't use them on the bottom shelf because they added about an inch of height to my pans." —Chelsey K

    Get it on Amazon for $24.97.

    5. A five-piece kitchen cabinet organizer set that will optimize every square inch of space by doubling up on shelves, stacking pot lids neatly, and transforming your doors into functional storage.

    the set displayed in a cabinet
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    It comes with everything pictured here: small, medium, and large-width helper shelves that let you use every inch of vertical space, an upright rack for pot and pan lids and baking sheets, and a spice rack and a wrap rack you can mount to your doors for easy access. Some reviewers even use it to transform their plastic container storage — lids fit perfectly in the spice and wrap racks.

    Promising review: "Definitely helped me make my cabinets more useful. Love the shelves, as they fit in all my cabinets. The biggest one held my large dinner plates with no problem. I used the pan lid organizer to hold pan lids and a couple of small fry pans. Will not work for larger ones, but the small ones will fit in it. The spice rack holds about 10 spice bottles. The wrap organizer was too small to hold everything I needed it to hold. It only is big enough to hold about 3 boxes of wraps, and I needed it to hold more than that. So, I am going to use it elsewhere, maybe in my laundry area. Great buy!" —Chelsea Joy

    Get it from Amazon for $29.95.

    6. A corner tray so excess water drains away from your soap, sponges, and scrub brush, instead of just puddling up on your kitchen counter.

    the tray, stacked with a soap pump, a sponge, two scrubber brushes, a catcher for the drain, and a scrub cloth, on the corner of a sink
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    Promising review: "This caddy saves space at the sink by hanging over a back corner of the sink area. It keeps water from sitting near the hand and dish soap since it drips into the little easy-to-clean tray instead, which tilts towards the sink. The suction cups work great to keep it in place. It is the perfect size. Still holding strong several months later. Excellent product." —C.J. Moses

    Get it on Amazon for $14.99 (available in two colors).

    7. A two-sided tea stand so you can fit up to 120 tea bags in the same square footage taken up by three boxes — which only hold ~30 bags of tea each (and don't make it nearly so easy to find the blend you want most).

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    It features 12 removable clear plastic bins to make it easy to grab exactly what you want.

    Promising review: "Do I really need a tea bag organizer? That's what I was thinking when I ordered this. And when I took it out of the box. And when I filled the first little bag holder. But as the pile of empty boxes grew larger, I knew the answer was yes, I do need a tea bag organizer. I was using a whole shelf and a half of jumbled tea boxes which I had to sift through to look for a specific tea. In the end, I think this held about eight or nine boxes of tea bags (I crammed some of them). I am so happy that I got this!" —Sarah C.

    Get it from Amazon for $24.99.

    8. A set of itty-bitty hook screws (or Command hooks!) and some cute decals because it all takes up pretty much no extra space and it'll be storage for a bunch of quick-reference ~knowledge~ (how many cups is one quart of chicken broth anyway?) as much as it is a convenient spot to stash your measuring cups and spoons.

    Reviewer image of measurement decals pasted inside a cabinet with measuring cups underneath, and six measurement conversions (gallon, quart, pint, cup, 1/4 cup, and one tablespoon)
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    Promising review: "Put them on my cabinet and my friends/relatives think I am a genius! So handy, just open the door and there they are, no thinking involved! Don't know that my baking taste will be any better but I can't blame it on incorrect measurements anymore!" —Toady

    Get it from Amazon: the decals for $14.60, and an 80-piece screw hook set for $8.99, or 16 of the Command Hooks and strips for $9.99+.

    9. A pull-down spice rack so all of your favorite mixes are always right at your fingertips but also safely out of the way of any dust or grease buildup.

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    I have a tiny kitchen where my spices sit out on the countertop, and every few months I have to wipe 'em down. But it's awesome to be able to grab 'em right when I need them! This is the best of both worlds. (Although you can't use the space in *front* of the rack, of course.)

    Promising reviews: "Super easy to install and sturdy. Bought this for a bathroom cabinet. Not only works as a great pull down spice rack holder but can be used for bathroom organization of perfumes, hair sprays, and other toiletries. Love it!" —TRVTH

    "This is perfect for short people who would rather not drag a small stepladder around the kitchen. It makes it much easier to organize my spices and easy to access them when I cook. I recommend this product." —Sara

    Get it on Amazon for $21.99.

    10. Or a set of liners designed specifically to turn that convenient drawer right next to your range into a well-sorted seasoning station.

    A drawer with six of the narrow rubber mats/columns next to each other, each column with four-plus bottles of spices laid end to end so the overall effect is a flat lay grid of spices
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    They're a universal fit so they work with all the different brands you buy. You can easily cut them to fit the specific length of your drawer; if they don't take up the entire width of your drawer, you will need to use Command Strips or a drawer liner to hold them in place.

    Promising review: "After years of having my spices in a narrow spice cabinet where it would take me five minutes to pull everything out to find one elusive spice, I finally decided to get organized. After examining countless types of spice organization apparatus, I finally found these simple and fool proof liners! My spices have never looked neater. I put things in alphabetical order and it takes only a second to find what I'm looking for. My whole family was very impressed by how neat and, dare I say, how pretty the drawer looks." —Michelle B.

    Get a 10 foot roll (that you can cut yourself) on Amazon for $15.99.

    11. A set of four fridge storage bins that you can pull out to easily access everything you have stashed at the very back of your shelves. They're also simple to clean in case of a leak or spill because they a) will contain the mess and b) are much easier to wash than the entire shelf.

    The bins styled in a fridge with veggies, fruit, and juice boxes
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    You get two small bins that are 4.25 inches wide and two large bins that are 8 inches wide; all the bins are 14 inches long and 3.5 inches deep. And they can easily be used in the freezer or pantry, too!

    Promising review: "Perfect!!! Not only are these great quality — sturdy, easy to fill, easy to access — but using 3 of them has transformed my refrigerator into an organized space. One really helped with my freezer as well. I am so happy with them that I bought a second set, and though I haven't used it yet, I'm looking forward to being able to find things and keep them under control in the pantry." —Marcia Purse

    Get the four-piece set on Amazon for $29.99.

    12. And decals you can apply to your most-used bins so everyone who opens your fridge knows where to find everything and where to put things away.

    The labels on bins in a fridge; they're in a bold almost-cursive neat handwriting font
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    Promising review: "Absolutely love them. These are so stinking cute and super easy to put on. Thank you!" —Sarah Sanchez

    Get the pack of eight words from Fairy Dust Decals on Etsy for $10.50+ (available in 5 sizes and many colors. Each pack includes labels for fruits, vegetables, eggs, butter, yogurt, sauces, condiments, and cheese.)

    13. An over-the-door rack that's like instantly conjuring extra pantry, linen closet, laundry room, or garage storage space out of nowhere the moment you hang it up.

    The rack mounted to a pantry door
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    It also has the option of mounting directly to the door, and comes with eight adjustable shelves.

    Promising review: "A great addition to my linen closet! Was very pleased with the fact the baskets can hold Costco-sized toilet paper rolls! I used the over the door–hooks. Very easy to assemble and install. The door doesn't close quite as easily now because of the hooks but for the added storage it's something I can deal with. I followed the suggestion in other reviews and secured the bottom with command strips to keep it from swinging. For extra stability I used a few strips in the middle sections too. I'm trying to think of how I could use one on every underutilized door in my home now! :)" —Caitlin

    Get it on Amazon for $33.99.

    14. A glove compartment document case because it will help you always find what you're looking for in a snap, whether you need your manual to find out what that weird blinking light means or (oops!) have to pull out your registration.

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    And it comes with that little notepad on the inside.

    Promising review: "It has more than enough space in it to hold all sorts of documents and books. And it has a heavy duty fabric finish, and the zippers seem solid. I don't think there will be any problems down the road with the quality, but I also rarely use what I'm storing inside this. The only downside is that there isn't a pocket large enough to fit the manual itself, but it still fits in and zips up nicely, so I can live with that. Overall, excellent product." —Nicholas

    Get it on Amazon for $12.99.

    15. A pair of headrest hooks — you'll finally have the perfect spot to put your purse or shopping bags when you have other passengers.

    A headrest, raised a little to fit the hooks, which attach to the metal poles on either side of the rest; a bag hangs from each hook over the back of the seat
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    Plus they will make sure your bag doesn't go cascading to the floor when you sharply turn or brake.

    Promising review: "What a great idea! This is the handiest contraption ever. You simply raise your headrest about 1/2" and clip this to the headrest's post. It is firm and secure. My handbag's often heavy and this doesn't make it tilt at all. I gave one to my daughter who uses it in her car, too. She loves it as her car doesn't have much floor space as her center console is wide and she often has passengers. Great value for something so useful!" —Just My Opinion

    Get a set of two on Amazon for $7.95+ (available in black and beige).

    16. A sturdy organizer to tidy up your kiddo's backseat area. It can hold an iPad, water bottles, coloring books, snacks, and naturally, plenty of (but not too many) toys.

    A reviewer's organizer on the back of the passenger front seat, filled with toys, sunscreen, water bottles, an activity book, and more
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    There are two pockets for water bottles made of neoprene, so when drinks sweat, the mess stays contained; plus a clear pocket for a tablet, two mesh pockets that could also fit drink bottles, a wide front pocket, a narrow pocket in front of that with three slots for pens, and two medium pockets on either side of the bottom. It'll also help protect the back of your seats if your kids tend to kick (although hopefully you find a way to convince 'em to stop.)

    Promising review: "It's helping keep the minivan under control! Two big sippy cups fit in the drink holders, and they won't sweat all over the floor. The whole thing is nice and stiff, not saggy. There's a big plastic back piece, so I expect it'll stay stiff and strong for a long time. Lots of pockets for markers, pens, activity books, etc. We don't have car tablets, but the clear pocket is nice for other stuff, too. My toddler tells me about the moose every time she gets in the car now!" —M. T. Jaegerman

    Get it on Amazon for $13.49.

    17. A set of two leak-proof storage bins so you can secure the random bottles and other little things rolling around in your trunk.

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    They also fold flat for storage, and have hook-and-loop strips sewn onto the bottom to prevent them from sliding around.

    Promising review: "I'm so pleased with them: one holds my emergency stuff in my trunk, including a few small throws, a charger, and a small tire compressor, along with other tools; the others fold flat and are easily unfolded for groceries or anything else. They are very sturdy, strong, well-made, hold at least two gallon milk or water jugs each or two or three grocery bags. The cubes have Velcro strips on the bottom to keep from sliding around; since I didn't like how they pulled at my trunk carpeting, I am going to put tape or another piece of Velcro over each strip (I don't think the Velcro is necessary since the cubes are built so well — they are NOT flimsy)." —JLP

    Get two from Amazon for $24.99.

    18. Or an expandable organizer with multiple compartments if you like to keep a bunch of stuff in your trunk (or just want groceries that don't flop around the whole way home).

    The organizer in the trunk of a minivan, with straps securing it to either side; it fits multiple grocery bags worth of things
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    This comes with two straps you can use to tie the organizer down to any hooks your trunk has already, so it doesn't slide around when you make a sharp turn. When it's partially collapsed, you can also secure it to your front seat (or tbh any seat) to keep that space organized, too!

    Promising review: "I love this thing. It is super well made and fits A TON of stuff. I'm using it basically as an emergency kit. I was able to fit literally anything I need in the event of an emergency, including a change of clothes (with shoes), toiletries, a blanket, makeup, snacks, and I still have room to toss shopping bags in while I'm out so they don't roll around in my trunk." —Erica Edwards

    Get it on Amazon for $23.97 (available in black, tan, or gray).

    19. A pack of five-tier pants hangers so you can layer up your jeans, leggings, and slacks to maximize every inch of precious closet rod space.

    The hangers, which are each shaped like three letter S-es stacked on top of each other and with each top, middle, and bottom stretched out into a very flat line
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    Promising review: "I am a minimalist (except with books), so I have no dresser. All of my pants / jeans / leggings hang in one small closet. Until these heavy duty hangers arrived, I was going through several plastic hangers a year because, in order to save space, I would hang more than one pair of pants / jeans / leggings on a hanger. These hangers have reduced the bulk and slimmed down my closet considerably, and they are each molded out of a single piece of very tough metal. I predict they will last the rest of my life." —This Is Not Tom Brokaw

    Get a pack of four on Amazon for $19.99.

    20. An adjustable honeycomb drawer sorter that will basically force you to tame your wild sock drawer, because it's so easy to just tuck each pair of in its little zone you can't not use it.

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    Promising review: "One of the better non-basket-style ways to organize small clothing pieces in a drawer that I've found to date. I tried another style that allows for size customization but found the unit to always shift during use. This piece remains in place after its set up in the drawer. It allows for me to keep track of socks and other small clothing well and I can easily see if I need to replace items that get worn over time. (Or if I'm losing one too many socks to the dryer monster.)" —Marilyn

    Get it on Amazon for $11.99.

    21. Or a set of four drawer organizers because you store more than just socks in your drawers, and everything deserves a designated place of its own.

    The set of four grey organizers with colorful garments in each
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    The set comes with: the square bra organizer for seven bras, the square 6x4 gridded organizer for socks or undies, the rectangle (half-size) 2x4 organizer for more / bigger socks or undies, and the rectangle (half-size) organizer with six horizontal compartments for tights or leggings.

    Promising review: "I LOVE LOVE LOVE these organizers!! At just $13 for 4 organizers I took my chances and ordered two sets of 4. I had no problem fitting DD cups into these. I wear a 32 DD and the bras fit beautifully in the organizers. These are the best, cheapest organizers I have ever found. I ordered another set for tank tops and other extras I did not think of before. I will also order my boyfriend the brown ones for his drawers. Great product for a great price!" —Elizabeth L Blackwell

    Get them on Amazon for $14.97 (available in five colors).

    22. A 24-loop scarf hanger so you no longer have to dig through your messy pile of wrinkled scarves each and every morning.

    the hanger with two rows of seven smaller / narrower ovals and two rows of five bigger / wider ovals
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    Also works well for ties!

    Promising review: "I have so, so, so many scarves. This is the perfect tool to keep them neatly organized in my closet. I really appreciate the different sized holes, as my scarves are made of different fabrics with differing thickness. The larger scarves fit perfectly in the bottom holes and my lighter-weight spring scarves work well in the top holes." —Tiffany

    Get it on Amazon for $13.87.

    23. A hanger stacker because hanging clean laundry will be SO much faster if you don't have to hunt between all your other clothes for empty hangers.

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    Promising review: "Working in retail for a million years, I know how amazing these can be in keeping your life less chaotic! I put off ordering for months, and I'm mad at myself that I did, because these beat a box of hangers hands down! I ordered two — one for dress/shirt hangers and one for skirt/pant hangers. They arrived today, seem to be made of the same metal that I've used in retail stores, appear to be sturdy, and are super easy to assemble!" —KatieLee333

    Get one on Amazon for $18.49.

    24. A shoe rack to take advantage of all your vertical space, whether you like to store your shoes in your closet, in the mudroom, or just by your door.

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    Each rack is actually three tiers (and stores nine pairs of shoes!), but they're designed to stack however high you need 'em to, if you buy extra.

    Promising review: "This was SUPER easy to put together — it literally took me longer to open the box than it did for me to put the shelving together! I originally bought three and loved the look of them so much that I bought another three! It now holds ALL of our shoes in an organized row in our foyer, and now there's no clutter or mess in any of our closets. It also reminded me of ALL OF THE SHOES I own, and it's helped me to curb my shoe spending since I can now see exactly what I own!" —Joanna Kim

    Get the three tier rack from Amazon for $29.10.

    25. And an under-bed shoe bag because we all have pairs we use less often but don't want to completely forget! This will let you stash them away neatly but still quickly pull them out to actually wear them.

    A reviewer's sneakers, boat shoes, keds, and sandals fitting neatly in the 2 slot by 4 slot organizer
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    Promising review: "This was a solid buy. Well-made, holds shoes of any size, zippered top is clear so you can see which shoes are inside without opening, fits perfectly under the bed and super easy to push under/pull out from underneath the bed. I ended up with three of the twelve-slot size and one of the eight-slot size. All of the shoes in my home are now organized, dust-free and protected. And when I move, I just pick up the bag! How easy! Love these." —Jenn D

    Get the 12-slot organizer on Amazon for $19.99.

    26. A pack of Space Bags that will instantly make exponentially more space in your linen closet or garage by shrinking clothes and linens down to a fraction of their regular size.

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    They work with basically any vacuum cleaner, which means this particular transformation only takes a few minutes from start to finish.

    Promising review: "I was desperate to get more closet room and decided to give this product a chance. What a success! The bags are made of thick, quality plastic. It is very easy to seal and to vacuum. Plus it stays sealed and I actually needed only some of the bags, as they are truly big. I placed a dryer sheet in each sealed bag to keep the clothes smelling fresh. My closet looks so well organized, I have much more room and my winter clothes are stored safely and beautifully. For the supreme quality product you get, it is, in my view, very reasonably priced." —A.A.

    Get a box of five medium bags on Amazon for $28.99+ (five sizes).

    27. A key rack with a little compartment for mail because it's prooooobably time for you to stop hunting through the entire apartment for your keys every morning.

    It has a basket for mail to sit in on top; the front is covered with a brown basketweave pattern; and there are five small hooks for keys at the bottom
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    This is something that I would totally hang with Command Picture Hanging Strips.

    Promising review: "Perfect for what I needed and matches the decor. Used the 3M removable strips and it holds great. Fits in a small area but keeps the keys in one place instead of searching for them somewhere in the mess on the table. Quality is great for the price. Would recommend this for anyone for a small nice place to keep organized." —Hope

    Get it on Amazon for $20.87.

    28. Or a shelf and organizer with hooks so you can set up your own tiny mudroom right by your door even if you only have two feet of empty wall to spare.

    The three-part organizer: it has a small shelf and three small hooks on one half; and two narrow bins made for mail on the other
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    Promising review: "Super cute and helpful thing to have right by the front door. We didn't install it with the screws it came with, we just used command strips because we knew we'd just be hanging keys on the hooks and placing lightweight things (ie. gloves) on the shelf, and this way there's no damage to the wall." —Victoria Cortez

    Get it on Amazon for $34.99 (available in black or white).

    29. A pastel expanding folio — whatever papers you need to keep in order, from bills to finals notes, this four-pocket pal will be more than happy to do it.

    Hand pulling the folio off the shelf
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    Promising review: "I've been using this folder for nearly three months and I'm a college student with a lot of papers to carry. I was looking for something cute, easy to carry, that fits manila folders, and overall keeps folders from getting crinkly. This DID IT. I can't express how much I love this — I got a second one that is coming very soon! As I mentioned, I use manila folders for A LOT of things and even the divider for them is just below the strap that keeps the folder closed. Nothing gets crinkled or bent and it is great. I can throw loose leaf papers, folders, or even books/small notebooks in here. It's adorable and a great color as well." —Alexa Viz

    Get one on Amazon for $7.99 (available in eight colors).

    30. Or a cascading wall organizer that will create an instant little home office basically anywhere, because you simply hang it on a hook to make all of your most important papers and bills easy to access, then quickly fold it up to take with you or stash away.

    The organizer hung on a wall so you can easily see all six of the days of the week + the calendar underneath
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    It's not designed to hold files that are too heavy; it's probably best for monthly organization that you then file away in a box or drawer.

    Promising review: "I purchased this to use as a part of our family's kitchen "command center" and it's PERFECT. There are pockets for each of our four family members, plus a few more for bills and other correspondence. It helps keep the paper clutter off the counters and easily accessible. I love the clear front pocket where I keep my second grader's "specials" calendar so he can easily see whether he has PE, art, music, or computer lab on any given school day. I like the bright colors and each folder is removable so the colors can go in any order you want. A medium-sized Command Hook holds it well, though we don't have more than four lbs of papers in it at any given time. (When the pockets are bulging, that's what I know I need to go through and put things away!)" —Heather

    Get it on Amazon for $8.99.

    31. And a couple of lidded boxes so any papers you want to keep long term can look nice sitting on a shelf in your home office.

    two gray fabric-covered boxes with matching lids and metal slots for handles sit on a shelf side-by-side; one is labeled "craft", the other "taxes"
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    Or even just in the bottom of your closet.

    Promising review: "These by far exceeded my expectations. I'm in the process of a major organization project and these are perfect because they are very clean-looking, sturdy, and durable. I’m using them for my files as well as other things like office supplies and small electronics I don’t use every day. They are perfect for getting clutter put away when your home doesn’t have enough cabinets and drawers." —RaVo

    Get one on Amazon for $24.49 (available in two colors).

    32. A five-piece desk organizer set because nothing encourages creativity like a space that genuinely brings you joy.

    The set in pink on a desk; it has a pretty almost floral mesh pattern
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    And even if work is stressful, I know from experience that everything feels a little better when you surround yourself with things you enjoy seeing every day. It includes everything you see here: a pen cup, a mail organizer caddy, a paper tray, a magazine holder, and a sticky note holder. Plus it's also available in teal or white, if that suits your aesthetic better!

    Promising review: "Absolutely love this set! It is the perfect mint color to give my office some character. For the price the set is a good quality and should hold up for a long time with normal use. One of the fins was a little bent on the letter holder, but it took seconds to fix and you can't tell now." —LauraC

    Get it from Amazon for $37.97.

    33. A Simple Elephant planner so you can always know exactly what's happening your life, track and work toward your goals, and celebrate your successes each and every week.

    The inside of the notebook on a "my focus" page, where you list what you're grateful for, affirmations, and check in on your goals
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    Every week has it's own two page spread with space for each day. The top of the first page gives you a spot to list your goals, and the second page has a place to write down "Successes" and "What I Can Do Better". It's undated, so you can start at anytime of year and skip weeks when you're on vacation.

    Promising review: "This Day Planner is much more than a day planner for me. I have been using it to help keep my goals in action and ideas in one place. I am also using this as a gratitude journal. For those of you that need to physically write out your goals to strategize and implement, I highly recommend this planner. On a side note, Jen (owner) has provided the most impeccable customer service I have seen in a while. Will be a repeat customer." —Fresh F.

    Get it on Amazon for $17.99 (available in three colors).

    If you want to know more about it, read why it's a BuzzFeed Reviews pick for best planner!

    34. Or a weekly list mousepad, if you prefer something a little simpler that will still help you remember all your to-dos.

    the mousepad with columns labeled M-F and Weekend, with plenty of room to write under each day
    Rifle Paper Co.

    It has 52 tear-off sheets.

    Promising review: "I love Rifle Paper Co products, and this notepad is no exception. Cute, functional, and helps make the work day a little more fun!" —Lindsey B.

    Get it on Amazon for $15.

    35. A wall-mounted jewelry organizer because you might just wear more of your collection if it's out in the open and easy to grab when you need it.

    The organizer in white; it's a short plank of wood with a narrow shelf; there are two wires for dangly earrings above a cork panel for studs; beneath the shelf are two rows of nine hooks each, for necklaces and bracelets
    Love For County / Etsy

    You can hang it up in your closet, on a door, or wherever works best in your space. (it does have And it's excellent candidate for the completely removable Command Picture-Hanging Strips, if you don't want to nail it to your walls.

    Promising review: "It's perfect and well-made. I love that there's so many hooks, and the cork board is so nice for earring studs. :)" —ccm86582

    Get it from Love for County on Etsy for $48 (many colors and sizes available on their shop page).

    36. An under-cabinet drawer with a shelf on top that doubles up your usable space, so you have easy access to everything in the drawer *and* everything on top of it. One key to fitting a bunch of stuff in a small space = using ~all~ the vertical space available to you!

    Amazon, amazon.com

    Promising review: "These are nice pieces that helped me organize underneath my bathroom sink! They fit perfectly! After organizing everything, I was so surprised I had so much more room that I grabbed more items out of the linen closet to fill it up. I still have a lot of room left. I bought these based off the high ratings and they hold true. (This is Brad's wife.)" —Brad J. Leahy

    Get it on Amazon for $24.87 (also available in bronze).

    37. A stacked two-piece makeup organizer so you can neatly display all the products you use every day conveniently on your counter.

    BuzzFeed editor AnaMaria's makeup organizer, packed with products
    AnaMaria Galvan / BuzzFeed

    BuzzFeed editor AnaMaria Galvan owns and loves this organizer! According to her makeup organizer review, it fits "32 lipsticks, six blushes and bronzers, two large highlighter sticks, one foundation bottle, three concealers, two contouring sticks, two rollerball perfumes, two primers, and the bottom drawer contains so many lip pencils, eyeliners, and eyeshadow sticks that I actually didn't even bother counting (but I'm going to guess AT LEAST 30 of them, I swear)."

    Promising review: "This organizer was literally everything I could have wanted it to be. It holds exactly what I wanted it to hold. I have my foundations, primers, lippies, eyeliners, tools, eyeshadows, highlighters, and bronzers stored in this organizer. Everything is stored nicely and looks super glam and I’m obsessed. It’s super sturdy, easy to clean and looks cohesive with my glass top vanity. If you were thinking of getting these, don’t think, just get them. I am beyond happy with my purchase." —MiamiGirl

    Get it on Amazon for $14.99.

    38. Or an clear acrylic, expandable, compartmented tray so you can give all your makeup a designated spot if you prefer to keep it in a drawer.

    The tray with seven compartments of various sizes
    Amazon

    Promising review: "I absolutely LOVE how this looks in my makeup drawer! It makes me feel "fancy". That may sound silly, but I'm very girly and it makes me so happy every time I see it. Great product for organizing. My drawer is very deep so I actually layered these and it works perfectly. I can see through the top one when searching for a product I may only use occasionally." —Heidi

    Get it on Amazon for $11.99 (available in seven colors).

    39. A handled nail polish organizer that essentially lays out your entire collection like a menu, so you always know exactly what you have.

    before: a pile of nail polishes and after: all the polishes in the case, neatly stacked in three rows of eight individual compartments
    Amazon / BuzzFeed

    It holds 48 total bottles, 24 on each side, so you can always find the color you want with a single glance.

    Promising review: "This is better than advertised. Essie, OPI, Pop-Arrazi, Sinful Colors, SH Instadry, SH Triple Shine, SH Xtrreme Wear, Wet & Wild, SH Hard As Nails and Covergirl all fit perfectly; my Julep colors fit two to a compartment! The first row has adjustable dividers, you can use them to keep odd-shaped bottles or do what I do: use one side for my nail stamper, dotting tools, and the drying drops and the other for foam wedges and nail pens. It looks way neater easily tucked under my vanity instead of the baskets and baskets of polishes I had to hunt through!" —Clouds

    Get one on Amazon for $27.89 (also available in pink).

    40. A hair dryer holder ideal if you have basically no drawer space to speak of, because it can mount pretty much wherever makes the most sense for *your* bathroom.

    amazon.com, amazon.com

    Inside your cabinet, on the inside cabinet door, directly next to your sink, somewhere above the counter... this product is flexible! And perfect for renters, too, because it's held up by heavy duty, water-resistant Command Strips. Just make sure to follow the package instructions to the letter, and it will stay for years!

    Promising review: "I'm so glad I decided on this one out of the many many holders. I LOVE that you don't have to drill holes in your wall. It's pretty, out of the way, but at the same time, right where I need it. Plus it keeps your dryer from being scratched up or knocked in the floor. Plus if I ever want to move it all I'll have to do is remove it and buy new strips!" —hgmbtrflys

    Get it on Amazon for $11.94.

    41. Or an over-door hair tools organizer because your entire routine will speed up if you have easy access to everything you need.

    The organizer in copper; it's holding a round brush, a hair dryer, and a curling iron but has space to hold even more
    Amazon

    As with other over-door organizers, be sure to check measurements before you buy!

    Promising review: "This did exactly what I needed it to. Before all my items were in a drawer and the cords were a pain, but with this metal basket it minimized clutter, kept things organized and separate, and also looks nice. It fits two of my blow dryers, a flat iron, and a curling wand. The bars are adjustable as well (just use the twisties it came with to secure them in place, but the basket fit perfectly to my cabinet). Worth the buy. :)" —Alyssa Jewell

    Get it on Amazon for $19.99 (available in seven colors).

    42. A shower curtain liner that comes with built-in mesh pockets, letting you move all your stuff off the edges of your tub and/or creating extra storage for everyone you live with.

    The clear plastic curtain, with two big pockets at the bottom, three medium ones in the middle, and four smaller ones near the top
    Amazon

    My colleague Elizabeth actually owns this and loves it! She says the mesh pockets are incredibly sturdy and hold her three or four body washes and conditioners she always keeps around. I love the idea too because if nothing's on the ledges of the tub, it will be that much easier to clean!

    Promising review: "We are apartment living, so 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 hair care, my daughters bubble baths, 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. I am super pleased." —goodnite.graci

    Get it on Amazon for $15.

    43. A mesh bag perfect for capturing bath toys so they can drip-dry overnight...and so you can easily unhook and move all the toys at once if you want to enjoy a shower without their company.

    The mesh bag with three small-ish pockets in the top, and one big pocket that fits a foam alphabet and several other small bath toys on the bottom; it's hung by two suction cups
    Amazon

    Promising review: "Not only is there plenty of room for rubber animals, complete foam alphabet and 10 numbers, and other random toys, this organizer actually sticks to the wall! I used Windex on the wall just like the instructions explained, turned the hook, and voila! They stuck to a wall that's not exactly a flat surface. It also leaves corner tub space available for other bottles. That extra space is priceless! Don't look any further than this product. It is AWESOME." —Sara

    Get the bag *and* four locking suction cup hooks on Amazon for $10.98.

    44. A toddler-size storage shelf that will make it easy for them to actually reach all their favorite toys — which just so happens to make clean up that much easier, too.

    A child model with the shelf that's about as tall as she is; but instead of being traditional shelves, it holds 12 bins of toys in four rows
    Amazon

    The only way to make it better = if it somehow taught your kids to actually clean up without you asking, first! It comes with four large bins and eight smaller bins that you and your child can arrange however works best.

    Promising review: "I bought this to help store smaller toys in our play room. Other bins were so big it was hard for my daughter to find what she wanted. Now that she can see everything her toys get more play. She also loves that she can take out and carry the bins anywhere she wants. I assembled this myself in about 10 minutes. It's very sturdy and looks great. It's the perfect size—not too big, not too small—and holds a surprising amount of toys." —TheMinimalistMama

    Get it on Amazon for $49.43+ (available in three colors).

    45. A set of six stackable organizers you could totally use to create your own incredible before and after in basically any drawer in your house, including that ever-challenging "junk" drawer.

    Amazon, amazon.com

    You get two small, medium, and large bins each.

    Promising review: "Great product! I bought these to put in my night stand drawer to store small things as the drawer is very deep. I've got Chapstick, hand lotions, small flashlight and other bedside items in them so they're not just rolling around the drawer. I just bought some more for my bathroom vanity. They fit together nicely but also lift right out of each other. The plastic is sturdy and they came individually wrapped to keep them from scratching." —Sparkyj

    Get the set of six on Amazon for $15.99.

    46. A clip-in mop and broom organizer so you can turn any 17-inch section of wall into an impeccable cleaning closet the moment you hang it up.

    The rack, with a broom and two styles of mop; plus a Swiffer, a mini broom and dustpan, and the dog's leash
    amazon.com

    Promising review: "This product is fantastic! It was easy to mount and hanging things is a breeze. My house is very old with no extra closet or pantry space. I needed to clean up the dreaded corner of shovels and a mop. Luckily this product was able to do that — and it comes with hooks. Since it's hung by my back door in the kitchen I can hang my aprons and purse on it. This little piece is very sturdy and so are those little hooks. My double-zippered purse is full of weight and it holds like a charm. I would definitely recommend this to anyone who's just looking for a sensible option." —Shellybeenz

    Get it on Amazon for $14.99.

    47. A versatile four-shelf unit you can enlist to organize bins in the garage, extra appliances in the kitchen, or your bulk household supply buys in the laundry room.

    the black wire shelf unit with various small kitchen appliances displayed on it
    Amazon

    Promising review: "I was looking for additional shelf space for my smaller kitchen appliances and found this item. It took less than ten minutes to put together and is very sturdy. I especially like that you can adjust the bottom of the unit (my tile floor is somewhat uneven and changing one side made it stop wobbling). This was just what I was looking for!" —Victoria S.

    Get it on Amazon for $54.99 (also available in chrome).

    48. A narrow cart that's sturdy enough to hold multiple bottles of heavy detergent and narrow enough to sneak into those few empty inches between your washer and dryer.

    amazon.com

    Promising review: "This cart is perfect. It is sturdy and rolls well. I have a tile floor in the laundry, and it has no issues rolling. The plastic appears and feels strong. It fits perfectly in the 11" space between my washer and dryer." —Alicja

    Get it on Amazon for $43.78.

    Your inner cheerleader, after you've organized even just one or two things:

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