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12 Products to Organize Your Entire Home
When it comes to organizing small spaces, I’m all about maximizing your use of vertical space. In the case of closets, you can make so much more room just by storing things vertically in a hanging organizer like this one. I use mine to fill it with bulky sweaters and sometimes shoes.
I’ve used square fabric storage bins like this all the way from college up until apartment living now, and they’re so useful for storing things without looking cluttered (just hide things away in a bin ;)) and they’re fabric and can collapse down if you aren’t using them.
If you have enough room for it, I love keeping my storage bins in a bookshelf type of thing like this because they fit nicely, you can keep a bunch of storage bins in one place, and it gives you more storage on top OR extra spaces to put decorative items like pictures or candles so it’s more like a pretty piece of home decor rather than an organizing eyesore. 🙂
Over the door shoe organizers can be used to organize more than just shoes! I just one from Target to organize cleaning supplies in my “cleaning closet.”
Sometimes storing items in a different direction than normally can actually make a better use of your space. Try organizing your pots and pans or cutting boards with these vertical storage racks.
When I needed a new bed, I purposefully got a bed frame that’s 14 inches high so there’s plenty of storage room underneath (and room for my cat to sleep or hide haha). Keep your items neat and tidy by storing them in a plastic bin under your bed.
If you want to keep your bathtub clutter-free, get one of these over the shower head organizers to keep your shampoo, conditioner, and other shower items close at hand.
Keep all your mops, brooms, and other cleaning gadgets in one handy place with this wall hanger. It also saves floor space!
What organizing product collection would be complete without some Command Hooks? 🙂 Available in different sizes and materials, Command Hooks attach to your wall with a strong removable adhesive strip so they’re an apartment-friendly organizing product.
Although this Command shower caddy organizer is meant for the shower (it has waterproof adhesive), I actually use it on the inside of one of my bathroom cabinets to organize toiletries. It’s the perfect size for little things like face cleaner, your toothbrush and toothpaste, Q-tips, contact solution, and more.
The best way to maximize the space under sinks is to take advantage of the vertical height by adding some shelves, like these specific under sink shelf organizers that have an opening in the middle for the pipes to go through.
Finally, you can use some over the cabinet door organizers to fit in a few small cutting boards or pans on the inside of your cabinets. It hooks over the cabinet door and leaves no holes!
If you’d like more organizing tips, check out our ebook Organize Your Home.