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    31 Products That’ll Give Your Small Apartment So Much More Space

    Every inch counts, whether it's vertical space or that annoying gap between your counters.

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    1. A 5-inch wide rolling shelf to stick between the cracks of your counter because the crime against small space is *wasted* space.

    A thin shelf with four shelves rolling out from the gap between a kitchen counter and the fridge

    2. This collapsible cutting board and strainer hybrid that slips right over your sink, so you don't have to store a bulky colander and cutting board. Plus, it gives ya some extra counter space.

    A chopping board with strainer built in placed over sink

    3. A cute mug tree so that you can display your lil' mug set and get some space back from your kitchen cabinets or drying rack.

    A metal mug tree with six arms that currently holds three mugs on the counter

    4. Or, this mug rack (that also hold plats and jars) that you can mount on your wall to display and store your whole mug collection!

    5. An over-the-toilet cabinet to make use of that ~vertical~ space and give your tiny bathroom some extra storage.

    A shelf slid behind a toilet with a main counter above the toilet tank, which sits below medicine cabinet on the right and two shelves on the left. There is also shelf-space on the top of the cabinet

    6. These cord bundlers that can attach to just about any surface so you don't have to lose any counter or floor space to those pesky, tangled cables.

    7. Some ingenious magnet bottle hangers because not everyone has a garage with a second fridge, and you're sick of playing fridge-Tetris every time you come back from the market.

    8. An adjustable hanging rod to add an extra 31 inches of rod space in your closet, so you can hang more clothes! And who knows, maybe you'll be able to move that old dresser, too.

    9. This over-the-sink stainless-steel dish rack so that you can dry and store your dishes, soaps, sponges, and more all above your sink — so you're not taking up any extra counter space at all!

    10. These USB bed lifts that will elevate your bed, futon, or coffee table, letting you shove more boxes underneath and have an outlet close enough to charge your phone while using it!

    Black, pyramidal leg lifts raising a bed with storage bins underneath. One lift has two outlets and a USB plug with a power cord running from it

    11. A bed frame with a hidden storage compartment so you can store your things without having to Jenga everything around when you need something from the middle *OR* catch glimpses of your stuff underneath.

    A tufted bed frame consisting of the frame and headboard with the mattress lifted up from the bottom, revealing hollow storage underneath

    12. Speaking of beds, this compact cabinet bed because it doesn't need to be attached to your wall or reach up to your ceiling. Plus, you can actually use the large storage drawer on the bottom and the counter on top!

    13. An over-the-door ironing caddy so you don't have to wrestle your ironing board out of the back of your closet anymore!

    An iron sits in a rack hanging over the door, with hooks beneath it that hold the leg of an ironing board

    14. A smol kitchen cart with a foldable flap that will extend your counter space, give you some extra storage, and also function as the world's tiniest island if you pull it off the wall.

    15. This over-the-tank toilet tissue holder for when you're short on floor space but don't trust your roomie bc the last time you were screaming for help, they had their headphones on.

    A metal toilet tissue holder hooks on the side of the toilet tank to hold two horizontal toilet tissue rolls that can also be used as a double toilet roll holder itself

    16. Or, this sleek toilet paper stocker that's less than 5 inches wide, is sloped inside to store and dispense the next roll, and gives you an extra shelf on top.

    A white rectangle holder with a small square cut out in the bottom left corner, revealing rolls of toilet paper inside

    17. An adjustable over-the-door rack with eight tiers so you can basically create another dimension of storage space for any closet from your pantry to linens.

    The white rack, with 8 shallow baskets spaced between the bottom and top of the door that fit things like jars of pasta sauces and boxes of snacks, hung on the back of a pantry door

    18. A stacked drawer organizer that holds a full 24-piece cutlery set but only takes up half the space, so you can get more out of your silverware drawer!

    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

    19. A multi-functional hall tree because small apartments = no organized mudrooms. It's way easier to tug your boots off when you can just hang your coat, bag, and umbrella, then sit to actually reach your feet!

    A metal-framed wooden bench with a shelf beneath it; the metal frame extends up the back and has two wooden boards with hooks for coats and bags

    20. This 17-inch clip-in mop and broom organizer that's a godsend when your coat closet doubles as your storage closet.

    The white rack mounted behind a door with a broom and two styles of mop; plus a Swiffer, a mini broom and dustpan, and the dog's leash

    21. This shower curtain liner with built-in mesh pockets, so you don't have to worry about your stuff slipping off the edges of your tub or counter anymore.

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

    22. An expandable under-the-sink organizer that will fit around any pipes thanks to the removable shelves. Yes, you can finally organize *that* cabinet and get more space outta it.

    A white, plastic two-tier under-sink organizer with slats; one slat is removed to fit around the sink pipes

    23. This simple but effective medicine cabinet organizer so you can store all your toiletries in your cabinet without having them fall out every time you open the door. And, it'll help you use the space more efficiently.

    The inside a medicine cabinet with clear storage organizer in the shape of a U, with holders on each arm, holding tooth paste, and a shelf across the top holding a razor, while bottles of Advil and medicine sit on the cabinet under the shelf

    24. A pack of Space Bags because, if you don't remember the commercials, they're vacuum storage bags that seal and allow you to suck all the extra air out. Which is extra perfect when you're trying to store your bulky winter clothes and can't find the space!

    A reviewer's bedding set with two king-size pillows, three accent pillows, a comforter, and two throws which is then condensed into a small stack of four vacuum-shrunk bags that, stacked, stand no taller than the outlet on the wall

    25. This four-bar behind-the-door towel rack so you can make use of the dead space behind the door and finally stop worrying about finding your towel on the floor.

    26. This metal garment rack that will give you an aesthetically pleasing way to store your clothes when you don't have enough closet space.

    A metal rack with a rod across the top of the frame, and a shelf at the bottom

    27. This solid wood coffee table with drop leaves and a drawer so that you get some storage and space. Just fold the ends in when you're not using it so you can finally stop sidling around your living room.

    A oval-esque coffee table with one end folded in, leaving that side flat-edged, with a drawer and shelf beneath it. With both ends in, the table would be square

    28. These under-shelf baskets to slide on any shelf in your fridge, cabinet, or closet and maximize your space, so you won't have to wonder where to stack those tiny jars, sandwich bag boxes, or toiletries.

    29. An outlet shelf so you can clear up extra counter space by sticking your electric toothbrush, smart speaker, or electric razor on it. You can even flip it upside down.

    30. This magnetic kitchen rack that can hold a paper towel roll, a hand towel, kitchen utensils, and more all by making use outta the exterior of your fridge.

    A metal-framed kitchen rack with a top shelf holding books, salt/pepper, and a bottle of oil; a paper towel holder; an arm holding a hand towel; and hooks at the bottom holding utensils like a spatula, ladle, etcetera

    31. An industrial-style hanging cocktail bar with a folding shelf that turns into mixing station. It'll give ya extra storage for your alcohol without taking up valuable kitchen space, and give you that lil' bar you've always wanted!

    A wall-mounted shelf that's essentially a square box that holds bottles or cups, with a drop down door that creates a mixing station when open; the top of the box has a rail to allow for additional storage

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