15 home organization products that'll save you time and space



Get your home in shape the easy way

Get your home in shape before the new year


Your home is an extension of yourself. So, when your environment is cluttered and unorganized, it can make your life more difficult. Not only does it require extra time and energy to find things, but a messy house can lead to constant stress and anxiety.

One of the easiest ways to keep your home from descending into chaos is to strategically organize everything. If you have a lot of belongings or live in a small place, it's helpful to find creative ways to use your space effectively. The following home organization products will help you take back control of your home and life.

  1. GeekDigg Food Container Lid Organizer: Food storage containers are handy for leftovers, meal prepping, and other kitchen uses. But keeping them organized can be a nightmare and result in digging through piles of different shapes and sizes to find a matching container and lid. This adjustable organizer means your storage containers take up less space, and a matching pair is always at your fingertips.

  2. EONSIX Over the Sink Dish Drying Rack: This dish drying rack uses wasted space around the sink, so your countertops stay clear. It allows dishes and utensils to drip directly into the sink as they dry. You can even store frequently used kitchenware there. The rack can also hold freshly washed fruits and veggies.

  3. Kleverise Pot and Pan Storage Rack Organizers: Pots and pans of all different shapes and sizes take up an abundance of space. Searching through them takes time and can create an even bigger mess. This adjustable organizer rack allows you to fit more and quickly find what you need so you can utilize your time cooking.

  4. Tosca Magnet Kitchen Storage Rack: A cluttered kitchen makes it more challenging to cook and clean when there's insufficient counter space. So stick this magnetic storage rack to your fridge. It can hold your most used items like paper towels, spices, cookbooks, and oven mitts, making them easily accessible.

  5. 14 Piece Chef’s Path Airtight Food Storage Container Set: Organize your pantry by eliminating bags and boxes of various sizes with this uniform container set. Clear sides help you see when you're running low, so there are no surprises when you go to grab your favorite snack.

  6. Smart Design Over the Door Adjustable Pantry Organizer: Use the empty space behind your pantry door to store and organize pantry items. This organizer makes it easy to grab things you use frequently or that you need to remember to use first. 

  7. Mind Reader 9 Removable Drawer Tea Bag Holder and Condiment Organizer: Get rid of big bulky tea boxes and keep your teabags organized. That way, you can see what you have and what's running low. The Mind Reader 9 fits tea bags and even has room for creamers, sweeteners, or coffee pods. 
  8. Zenna Home Drop Door Over the Toilet Bathroom Spacesaver: Utilize the space over your toilet to store extra toilet paper, sanitary products, tissues, cleaning products, toiletries, spare hand towels, and anything else you need to keep in the bathroom.

  9. Simple Houseware Closet Underwear Organizer Drawer Divider: Drawers can quickly become a mess when searching through them for specific clothing items. A drawer divider set can help you keep smaller pieces like scarves, ties, socks, and undergarments separate and organized.

  10. Songmics Folding Storage Ottoman Bench: When organizing in a smaller space, you want items to be useful in more than one way. An ottoman bench can be placed at the end of the bed, in an entryway, or in the living room for extra seating space. This one also has two storage sections inside to keep items like blankets or sweaters for cozy nights or shoes to avoid cluttering the doorway.

  11. Devesanter Pants Hanger: These pants hangers use a tiered system to fit up to five pants or similar clothing items on one hanger. As a result, you have more room and can quickly find the clothing you need.

  12. Spacesaver Premium Vacuum Bags: Store out-of-season fabric items in vacuum-sealed bags to save storage space and keep items clean. You can use the bags for off-season sheets, comforters, sweaters, or even cushions and pillows.

  13. 24 Pocket Simple Houseware Over the Door Hanging Shoe Organizer: These shoe organizers hang over the door and can store shoes, but also cleaning supplies, snacks, beauty products, accessories, and more. Clear pockets mean you can easily see what you need to access.

  14. BehLiving Gift Wrap Organizer: This organizer provides a single place to organize all your gift wrap, bows, ribbons, cards, and gift bags, plus the tape and scissors. It keeps everything in one spot for easy last-minute gift wrapping and can slide under a bed or into a closet, so it's out of the way.

  15. 2-Tier OBOR Expandable Under Sink Organizer: Sinks often have a large cabinet area underneath to accommodate plumbing, making the cabinet space awkward to use. This organizer has adjustable shelves that can move horizontally to fit around hardware, providing you multiple levels so you can utilize more space.

Kimberly Blaker is a freelance lifestyle writer. She's also founder and director of KB Creative Digital Services, an internet marketing agency, at kbcreativedigital.com



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