These solutions to your space issues are as cute as they are helpful.
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A set of three fabric baskets that could help organize your life. You can use them to store your winter clothes that you (hopefully) won’t need for a while. Plus, they’ll look great on the top shelf of your closet!
A set of three metal wall baskets for those of us who love produce but really don’t have the counter space to support our fruit habit.
And a three-tier metal basket for the bathroom because having a tiny home shouldn’t mean you have to give up any of your self-care rituals. You can organize your lotions, face masks, and towels in this spacious storage unit.
A tufted storage ottoman so you can store some of those items that have crept onto your end table. This is also a great solution if you love a nice cozy blanket but don’t want it draped over your couch at all times.
Or this velvet storage ottoman that is truly a three in one item. Not only can you store living room essentials in it, but you can use it as a stool, footrest, or end table.
A set of hanging baskets that’d make a perfect addition to any entryway. Use it to store your PKWM (phone, keys, wallet, mask) for easy access on your way in and out of the house.
A three-tiered plant stand from Novogratz for those with tons of plants but not tons of space. It’s the perfect way to prop up your favorite pieces of decor and make your home feel a little cozier.
A multimedia shelf to display your beautiful record collection. It’s smaller than your average media console, yet sturdy enough for you to place your record player on top (or a bluetooth speaker if you’re not into the whole vintage thing).
A wire basket to store your kitchen snacks if you don’t have a large pantry. It’s perfect for people with children who graze throughout the day, as well as anyone else who just likes to keep things kempt and tidy.
Or this over-the-door kitchen organizer if you’re one of those pantry-less people whose snack habit is too ambitious for a little basket. You can hang this in your bedroom and have your favorite treats within reach at all times.
A reclaimed wood wall shelf that comes with hooks for dual storage, which means you get more bang for your buck in terms of how much space you’re utilizing.
Or this shelf with hanging hooks that’s just as good, but also comes with a mail slot as an added bonus!
A bag-saver door organizer for those of us who have pets and save every grocery bag we have to pick up poop. It’s also a great space saver, considering that most of those bags are probably balled up in the back of a drawer as we speak.
A wicker basket because even the smallest of apartments deserve a place to store extra blankies and pillows. Set it next to your two-seater couch and all of a sudden it’s an intentional design choice.
A shoe storage cabinet so you can keep your prized possessions organized in a way that’s just as stylish as they are. It’s perfect for small apartments since it can also function as a TV stand or shelving unit if you get creative and move it from the entryway.
A cosmetic makeup organizer if your bathroom is littered with palettes. Why not take the extra step and purchase something that’ll clear up some counter space?
A plastic storage tub for the person who somehow finds a way to misplace things even though there whole apartment is the size of a closet. Something transparent to put your stuff in could be the solution to your scatterbrained problems.
A tiny two-piece drawer organizer set because sometimes we don’t have the space for a full spice rack. Just grab some command strips and hang this in your kitchen to store your three or four favorite seasonings.
A two-tier organizer shelving rack so you can keep all your most-used kitchen items within view and be sure to replenish them when they’re running low. Since this is two-tiered it saves tons of room on the countertop AND it rotates for a 360-degree view of the goods.
A mounted jewelry armoire that doubles as a full-length mirror so you won’t have to choose between one fabulous wall decor over another.
A corner desk for remote workers with limited space. You may not have a spare room to use as a legit home office, but at you’ll be able to say you have a “corner office” without *completely* lying.
A stacking rack so you can utilize vertical space in your kitchen, since we all know counter space tends to fill up quickly. It’s perfect for keeping your most-used items handy.
A set of two wood floating shelves that take up less space than traditional over-the-toilet storage units, and will make your bathroom feel like a spa.
A metal basket so your books and magazines don’t wind up scattered across your living room, cluttering what precious little space you do have.
A tufted velvet side chair to relax in if you don’t have enough space fit that recliner you’ve always dreamed of. Maybe someday!
A contemporary vanity mirror for those of us who thoroughly enjoy the ritual of getting ready for the day. It’ll open up any space and make even the smallest apartment feel that much bigger.
A sleek Novogratz writing desk that will fit well in just about any small corner of the house you need it to. Plus, it’ll feel so good to have a designated place to work that isn’t the kitchen table.
A room divider for those who are truly limited when it comes to having enough space for privacy. Sometimes the best way to make space is to claim some for yourself.
A cat-shaped storage basket for the family with youngins, furry or human. It’s a great way to store all kinds of toys and will act as a reminder for cleanup time.
A five-piece drawer organizer that will declutter any desk or kitchen drawer. It’s a simple way to make sure you can see (and use) everything you own, especially if you can’t afford to waste space with scattered stationery.
An iron corner bookcase that takes up way less space than a regular bookshelf. With this, you can tuck your books, plants, and whatever else in the corner while utilizing every bit of space you have available.
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