34 Products For Anyone Who’s Incredibly Disorganized

You’ll be amazed at how easy it is to find stuff when everything has a place.

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A pack of velvet hangers so you can fit more into your closet and not worry about all of your shirts sliding off right after you just finished putting your laundry away.

Promising review: “I never write reviews, but all I can say is WOW! These hangers make my closet look so much cleaner. I previously had the wonder hangers to try to save space (they don’t, really), but having these thinner hangers are a godsend! I ordered these along with the recommended rose gold pant hangers to match and I just love how my closet looks now. I can actually see all of my clothes, which was the downside to the wonder hangers. Plus, I love that my clothes actually stay on the hangers with the velvet. AND they’re such a good deal, how can you not love them! Thank you for helping me overhaul my closet! If you’re on the fence, I say go for it, you won’t regret it!” —Samantha

Get a 50-pack from Amazon for $24.92+ (available in seven colors).


And a set of clothing dividers that’ll save you time and energy on digging through your entire closet just to find that one leather jacket.


The tags come with 48 labels so you can customize them to your individual needs.

Promising review: “Every time I look in my closet at these guys separating my black cardigans from my black T-shirts from my black suits… (you get the point), it sparks joy! People may think you’re a weird OCD freak, but they are just secretly jealous and will want some.” —Kensington

Get a pack of 12 from Amazon for $12.99.


A convenient bedside caddy for when you don’t have space for a nightstand, but you still need a place for your glasses, tablet, and journal. You can easily attach it to the side of any bed or table with two pairs of hook and loop fasteners.


Promising Review: “This caddy works very well when you’re trying to keep items off of your nightstand or if you don’t have a nightstand! There’s a flap that sits under the mattress and it has hook and loop squares on the pocket side to keep it in place. It’s perfect for a few books and a magazine or an iPad, remote controls, phones, pens, etc. I liked mine so much that I ordered one for my husband’s side of the bed!” —K. Purs

Get it from Amazon for $17.99+ (available in five colors).


A mesh desk organizer that’ll help keep your desk clutter-free and set up for success. You can store folders and paperwork in the upper slots and fill the lower compartments with notebooks, push pins, sticky notes, and more.


Promising Review: “Wonderful product that meets expectations. I bought this product since it had several features I was looking for — file sectionals for papers, shelf for folders or papers, drawer bins for various items. It really saved me from buying several different products or buying something with features I didn’t need. The construction and material are solid and sturdy like you’ll find in high-end offices. The drawers work seamlessly, sliding as if riding on air. Product description was spot on. Delivery was fast. Packaging was sensible.” —Sid

Get it from Amazon for $24.97 (available in black or silver).


Or a clear desktop organizer for a sleek aesthetic that takes up little space and also allows you to see everything you need at a glance.

Office Depot

It has nine compartments that can hold files, papers, note cards, sticky notes, pens and highlighters, pushpins, paperclips, and more.

Promising review: “Purchased this to use at my home office and it is a great size and perfect for organization on my desk. I am likely going to get one for my desk at the office! It works great and doesn’t take up too much space.” —WriterMom

Get it from Office Depot for $20.99.


A three-tier storage cart that can hold anything that needs sorting, from bathroom toiletries to makeup products to craft supplies.


Promising review: “I absolutely love this! Very easy to put together, sturdy and perfect size. Arrived earlier than expected, which is great since we are dealing with this pandemic. I have so much art supplies, so it came in handy and is perfect for what I need it for. I will be ordering more.” —Sheneeses_Pieces

Get it from Amazon for $37.97 (available in five colors).


A set of drawer organizers to keep your socks paired and prevent your bras from getting crushed and damaged.

The set includes four bins: one with six cells for scarves and tights, eight square cells for underwear, seven wide cells for bras, and 24 small cells for socks.

Promising review: “I love these things, they’re so versatile. I have them all over: drawers, closet shelves, cabinets. I use them for more than just underwear too. I use them for dry art supplies in open shelves and just about anywhere else I need to organize.” —Kindle Mac

Get it from Amazon for $14.87 (available in seven colors).


A rotating makeup organizer for keeping all of your daily beauty products from being spread across your vanity.

Promising review: “If you pay attention, it’s easy to assemble. I really didn’t think it would hold as many items as it does. My counter is a lot less cluttered than before and my morning routine is a lot easier and faster. It also looks nicer than I expected.” —dpacker

Get it from Amazon for $18.99.


Or a clear makeup organizer that allows you to easily see all of your products, while still keeping them neatly sorted and tucked away.


It features six drawers and 16 upper compartments that’ll allow you to organize everything from brushes to lipsticks.

Promising review: “It is very spacious and has an amazing top organizer for lipsticks, brushes, and all different face oils and face treatments. The bottom is also very convenient with spacious drawers that fit moisturizers, face primers and bronzers, foundations and also mascaras and eyeliners. Not to forget my blender balls and lip scrubs that also fit in this amazing cosmetics organizer. Well worth the purchase and great price for something that lasts and is very durable.” —Celeste

Get it from Wayfair for $33.99.


A Simple Elephant agenda with undated pages so you can start, stop, and pick up again whenever you need to. It has tools for you to visualize your goals, organize your thoughts, and really decide what you want to focus on.


What it includes: Undated pages, so you can skip weeks and pick up where you left off without losing pages; weekly spreads with “Goals For This Week, “Successes,” and “What I Can Do Better”; two “My Focus” pages in the beginning of the planner where you list out what you’re grateful for, write down some affirmations, and write down your top five goals — so you can refer back to them throughout the year; “My Mindmap” and “My Vision Board” pages to ~engage both sides of the brain~; 59 blank journaling pages at the back; and stickers!

Promising review: “Love this planner. I love the free-form format. You can skip weeks you know you’re out of town or whatever and save those pages for another time. I think my favorite part of this planner is the first two pages. Everything to do with this planner is how YOU make it. For me, it also helped (kind of made) me reflect on things I really do want and goals I really do want to achieve. Words of affirmation was difficult for me to fill out so I looked them up online and wrote the ones that spoke to me most. How I want to/should be seeing myself.” —Amazon Customer

Get it from Amazon for $17.99+ (available in four colors).

This is our pick for best budget planner!,

Promising review: “This is a very well-made closet organizer! The pockets are able to expand to allow for various items to fit. I put underwear and socks in the smallest, upper pockets and tank tops and leggings/genie pants in the bottom large pockets. The middle size pockets fit winter socks, bras, or two pairs of athletic socks nicely. Plus, the pockets are clear so you can see what is in each! Very pleased with my purchase and would definitely buy again.” —Awhatchamacallit

Get it from Amazon for $13.99.,

Promising review: “It looks nice and is sturdy. We hung it up just inside the front door and also use it to hang our keys when we get home. No more mail piling up or bills getting misplaced is a win for me. Since we rent we just used command hooks to attach it to the wall.” —S. Hurd

Get it from Amazon for $16.97.


A countertop hair tool holder to keep all of those pesky cords from taking over your bathroom counter.

Promising review: “I LOVE THIS! It makes my bathroom look way more organized and I don’t have a TON of cords everywhere. The material is very nice. You can tell it wasn’t cheaply made. The price is definitely right for the product. I’m VERY happy with this new addition to my bathroom!” —Brittney Knautz

Get it from Amazon for $43.90.


A freestanding organizer with three fabric shelves and two bins to give you an extra place for the shoes and clothes that just won’t fit in your closet (no matter how many times you try to wrestle them in).

Promising review: “I really like this product. Fits perfectly in my closet for some additional storage and makes it look super neat. Assembly was a breeze, took about 5-10 minutes by myself in order to complete it.” —Kyndra

Get it from Amazon for $24.99.


Some vacuum-sealed pop containers so you can organize your cereal, flour, snacks, and more in a neat way that’ll keep them nice and fresh.

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See a BuzzFeeder’s full review of these space savers (#1).

Promising review: “Great for pantry organization. I ended up with three sizes. The tall thinner ones for spaghetti. The medium sized containers fit a 5 lb. bag of flour. The largest containers fit a 7 lb. bag of brown sugar. Worth the cost if you are tired of your pantry looking messy. Based on the quality I expect these to last many years without needing to be replaced. Air tight lids work well and are very simple to use and clean.” —Tonya murray

Get it from Amazon for $19.39+ (available in 11 sizes).


A weekly planner mouse pad that’ll help you keep your daily tasks at top of mind during your busy day. This unique combination notepad and mouse pad has a slot for a pen and lined sections for each weekday, the weekend, and to jot some notes.


Promising review:The calendar is incredibly handy for keeping track of projects at work. There’s plenty of room for writing down daily tasks — I’ve been known to cram in several tasks in a day’s column for particularly busy weeks. The spot for the pen is really handy, too. And I love the positive affirmations for each day! The whole thing is a great vibe for the week. Quality wise this product is excellent. The paper is sturdy, and each week tears off easily from the side. It arrived plastic-wrapped and in good condition.” —Katie Marie

Get it from Amazon for $12.20 (available in three designs).


A set of interlocking bins to finally get those junk drawers organized — you’ll probably be amazed at what’s been hiding in there! The bins can be arranged any way you like and can work in many places, such as your desk, kitchen, or bathroom.


Promising review: “This set has been perfect for my desk at work. The clutter in my drawer was so annoying to sift through before I found the right pen or paper clip. Now everything is easy to find and well organized. Nice to be able to customize arrangement as well. I may purchase more of these for cluttered drawers at home.” —ccc_wood

Get an eight-piece set from Amazon for $9.99.


A hanging T-shirt organizer so you can keep your cherished collection of band tees neatly rolled and visible, as opposed to crammed in a messy drawer that you can never get closed.

The Roll Keeper / Etsy

The Roll Keeper is a small Etsy shop based in Kelso, Washington.

Promising review: “I’ve been looking for a way to store my T-shirts and save space and this is exactly what I need. It’s great quality and I will most likely be ordering another one soon!” —SueAlex Wright

Get it from The Roll Keeper on Etsy for $15.99 (available in three colors) or from Amazon Handmade for $19.99.


A broom holder that’ll also organize your mop, Swiffer, duster, and other awkward items that are usually leaning against your wall and constantly falling over.


It has five slots to hold tools, six small hooks, and a 35-pound holding capacity!

Promising review: “Quick, easy setup, with several mounting options to accommodate those who may not have a drill handy. I bought two: one for indoor housekeeping tools, and one for the garage for outdoor and gardening tools.” —Jeffrey B. King

Get it from Amazon for $13.77.


And a yard tool rack so you can finally clean up all of those rakes and shovels that are dangerously spread out across your garage, just waiting for someone to trip over them.

BayouStateBuilt / Etsy

BayouStateBuilt is an Etsy shop that sells different storage and organization products made of wood.

Promising review: “This thing saves SO MUCH SPACE in my shed. I can’t stop raving about how awesome it is! Came quickly, packaged very carefully, and holds ALL my tools. I’m in love!” —Kimberly Bryan

Get it from BayouStateBuilt on Etsy for $51.26+ (available in five sizes).


A daily tear-off planner pad for an easy and aesthetically pleasing way to lay out everything from your daily water intake to appointments and tasks, that way you don’t have to waste time figuring out what needs to be done next.


The undated daily planning sheets help you organize your daily appointments and tasks, track your water intake, health and fitness goals, and daily meals. It also features a gratitude and achievements section.

Promising review: “You can stop scrolling around looking for the perfect planner because this one is absolutely PERFECT. Really helps manage my time and keep track of things all across the board. I also appreciate the positivity it exudes. Starts my day off just right!! I’ll definitely be ordering more.” —Brit

Get it from Amazon for $10.99 (pad contains 50 pages).


A pan holder so you can maximize the space in your cabinets and help prevent your pots and pans from getting scratched up.


Promising review: “Fits and works perfectly! It was easy to put together too and honestly I wish I had bought something like this years ago as it will keep all of my nonscratch pans unscratched vs the pyramid style stack I had them in.” —Sarah W

Get it from Amazon for $15.97+ (available in two colors).


An Echo Dot so Alexa can tell you when your next appointment is, play some motivational music for you, set alarms, and more. No need to search through your phone trying to pull up calendars and set a bunch of reminders.


This compact smart speaker can play music, answer questions, read the news, check the weather, set alarms, control compatible smart home devices, and more.

Promising review: “I absolutely love it! Bought to use as a radio/ambient noise device as I fall asleep, but now realize the capabilities FAR exceeded what I initially purchased it for, so I also use it as an alarm clock, Bluetooth speaker for my iPad, personal assistant (‘Alexa, add milk to my shopping list’), Amazon Music speaker (which I never used until buying the Dot). The sound quality is really good, especially considering it’s small size and relatively ‘budget friendly’ price. I definitely recommend to anyone, and if you’re a Prime member…WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR. Don’t even ‘add to cart’ just click ‘buy now’ and watch your life get simpler.” —Dave S

Get it from Amazon for $24.99 (available in four colors).


A wood jewelry organizer that’ll look like chic decor on your wall and keep your necklaces and bracelets from getting all tangled up. This definitely beats a bulky jewelry box.

Chic Rustic Co. / Etsy

Chic Rustic Co. is a Minnesota-based Etsy shop that sells beaded jewelry and jewelry organizers.

Promising review: “Words cannot explain my love for my little jewelry spot. It’s absolutely gorgeous and has So. Much. Room. Exactly what I was looking for!” —vannah belle.

Get it from Chic Rustic Co. on Etsy for $35+ (available in four wood stains and three colors).


A pastel expanding file folder to help you organize your mail, bills, and other annoying papers that always seem to end up in piles on the counter. This way you actually know where an important document is when you need it.


Promising review: “I absolutely love this! I’ve always been the type of person to have a different folder for each subject in school, and to buy new folders every semester because they accumulate wear and tear by the end of the term. But it became too annoying to have to switch out notebooks and folders every day depending on what classes I had. It also increased the likelihood that I’d forget a folder for a particular class, so I gave this a try. After four months of continuous use, it’s held up really well! It holds everything that I need and it is always by my side. It actually still looks somewhat new. I got compliments on it because it’s cute and a great organizational tool.” —KaleSensei

Get it from Amazon for $7.99 (available in 10 colors).


And a desktop document holder with an adjustable clip to keep those ~extra~ important work papers in sight.


It can hold up to 150 sheets in place! AND it folds flat for storage.

Promising review: “I love this as a writer. I was able to attach a miniature reading light to it and it holds my papers for when I’m typing or editing from them. I used to prop my papers up on anything and they’d slide down. This is great and I move it to the couch when I’m working on my laptop, too.” —Terry Spear

Get it from Amazon for $13.26.


A meal-planning and grocery list pad so you’re not walking aimlessly down the store aisles or rushing to throw together a list as you head out the door. Keeping a running list of what you need will make grocery shopping and meal prep a lot easier.


This pad is also magnetic so you can put it on your fridge. And the shopping list section is perforated so you can easily tear it off, take it to the store with you, and start writing down things for next week’s meals.

Promising review: “I love this meal planner and shopping list! In my house, it was constantly “what do you want to eat” “what do we have” blah blah etc. Now, I can lay out the weeks meals, and get my shopping list prepared so I make sure I don’t miss anything at the grocery store. The magnet on the back is strong and holds it to the fridge perfectly, even with the door opening and closing constantly. The perforation is good, and doesn’t stray off into the paper like some cheaper papers do. Will be buying again when my current one gets low.” —Haley

Get it from Amazon for $9.95 (available in 14 designs).


And an EveryPlate meal kit subscription for when you’re feeling scrambled and just really don’t know what to cook for dinner. This will help take all the stressing, guessing, and prepping out of it!

BuzzFeed Shopping writer Danielle Healy loves using EveryPlate! Here’s what she had to say about the subscription service:

“Planning meals and going to the grocery store is the actual bane of my existence. The fact that EveryPlate sends me everything I need at a very affordable price is such a weight lifted off my shoulders! This photo is of a real recipe I’ve made, and loved, and have actually recreated on my own many times since! I’ve been using EveryPlate pretty regularly for over two years and there has never been a recipe I (a novice chef, at best) couldn’t handle.”

Sign up for EveryPlate for $4.99/serving.


A pack of divider sticky notes so you can easily find what you’re looking for in your text book, notebook, or planner. No more wasting time shuffling through everything and skimming every page.


Promising review: “I use these dividers in my bullet journal in lieu of a key or index. They work perfectly. I actually laminated them and attached them with decorative washi tape because I literally use it everyday and didn’t want the paper to wear out. I’m sure they would work without doing this, but I’m a little lamination obsessed. Lol.” —PDiddy

Get it from Amazon for $4.18 (also available in multipacks).


A set of custom labels you can use to organize your refrigerator, pantry, or any space you want! With this beautiful system in place, you won’t have to worry about rummaging through every inch of the fridge trying to remember where you put the ranch dressing.

Organise Life Designs / Etsy

Organise Life Designs is an Australia-based Etsy shop that specializes in making labels.

Promising review: “My fridge looks so organized. The words are clear and easy to read and they look fantastic.” —Jackie Mellor

Get it from Organise Life Designs on Etsy for $1.62+ (available in three sizes, 14 fonts, and four colors).


A set of floating bookshelves for bookworms who need a clever way to store their growing collection of novels, biographies, and self-help books.

Kayla Boyd / BuzzFeed,

I love my floating bookshelves because they save a lot of space and since I colorized them, they look like fun decor in my room. It definitely helps me get excited about reading more since they’re so cute and visible. The shelves were also super easy to hang and, as you can see, they’re very sturdy.

Promising review: “These invisible book shelves are great, they worked perfectly for us. They are very sturdy and hold a lot of books, I did not overload my shelves for visual reasons, but they could have held more books. I would highly recommend these shelves, they are a unique focal point in a room.” —Christin Tobey

Get a four-pack from Amazon for $29.99 (also available in a three pack).


A water bottle holder stand so you can organize your cabinet in a way that not only looks way better, but will prevent your water bottles from rolling around and falling off the shelf.


Promising review: “I went on an organizing spree throughout my house after the new year and this was perfect for in my cabinet. Water bottles no longer roll and fall out every time I open the door!” —Kendra M

Get it from Amazon for $19.99+ (available in two sizes).


An electronics accessory organizer made of waterproof nylon to keep your phone cords, camera batteries, and SD cards, untangled, undamaged, and easy to find.

Promising review: “I bought this because I’m about to go on a couple of trips and I wanted a way to organize my headphones and chargers and make them easy to find. This organizer seems to be really well made, it has several spots for charger cords and headphones, and also a zipper pouch for smaller things. I put some headphones and chargers in there, and still have a few slots to spare. I think this is going to be really helpful for traveling and keeping all my stuff untangled and in one spot.” —Ashley

Get it from Amazon for $8.69+ (available in eight colors).


And a collapsible floral file holder for that messy stack of old magazines you have sentimental attachments to. It’s okay, I don’t plan on getting rid of that 2016 issue of Nylon with Nicki Minaj on the cover either.

Bloom Planners / Etsy

Bloom Planners is a woman-owned small Etsy shop based in Newark, Delaware.

Promising review: “Pretty, sturdy, and well-made, these are great for my office and organizing my daughter’s music books.” —Emily Glenn

Get it from Bloom Planners on Etsy for $12.95.

You after organizing one drawer:


Some reviews have been edited for length and/or clarity.

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