You can never be ~too~ organized.
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1. Track down the right pot lid the first time, every time with a rail-and-hooks set that matches your stainless-steel appliances.
Promising review: “Just put it up. Looks very nice. I didn’t like the flimsy looking drywall mounts so I used my own because I was going for a ceiling mount and wanted to make sure they held. I ordered two sets and luckily found studs in the ceiling for one of them. So I hang the heavier stuff on that one.” —Dorian
2. Reinvent the wheel with a cosmetic carousel to keep all your beauty needs at your fingertips.
Promising review: “This product is actually the best thing since sliced bread. My makeup table was a nightmare and this organizer is perfect. It holds all of what I use on a regular basis and have discarded what I don’t use.” —Jo Ann
3. Designate a spot for spatulas, whisks, and more kitchen utensils with this zero-commitment drawer organizing system.
Promising review: “Quite possibly the most stylish thing in my kitchen drawers. I have received multiple compliments on what a great idea this is and how good it looks. Keeps all the ‘junk drawer’ utensils neatly organized and very easy to find. The silicone mat keeps the items firmly in place even without the dividers.” —SS
4. Tidy up the shower with a constant-tension caddy for storing all your fancy toiletries.
Promising review: “There’s a ridiculously high vaulted ceiling above our shower, so we couldn’t use one of those tension rod shelving units, and there are no built-in shelves or bath ledges to put stuff on. Poor planning, original homebuilder! So for the first week we lived here, all of our stuff was on the shower floor (including my bath pouf — yuck). Now, we have an aesthetically pleasing shelf to keep all our stuff off the floor.” —Nicole
5. Safely tuck away pantry essentials above kitchen cabinets with these stackable can organizers that’ll help you shop your own kitchen.
Promising review: “It holds all of my cans, boxes of broths, jars, and containers of peaches. I love that I can group my cans together so when I make my grocery list, I can quickly check what I need to buy and see what I have plenty of. I do admit it was a chore getting it put together, but once it was assembled it is nice and sturdy, and a well made organizer.” —Pinkturtledove
7. Put this charming cabinet where you need just a smidgen more of hidden storage.
Promising review: “While you do have to pay attention to the instructions, they are not difficult. I assembled and hung it myself in about 40 minutes. It’s as easy to hang as it is to assemble because of how it hangs — a piece that attaches easily to the wall, upon which you then hang the cabinet. This is a relatively small cabinet, which is what I wanted. If you want to store larger items, you’ll want to buy the similar cabinet that is larger. The quality is just fine — not high-end but also not flimsy.” —CebieB
8. Hang on to your in-shower shaving essentials with this smart little razor holder.
Promising review: “I can now safely reach in to any cabinet containing my guys’ razors and not get ‘bit.’ This simple device keeps the blades toward the shaving can and my fingers safe. It is easy to remove the razor and to put it back.” —quiltstoomuch
9. Stash nuts, bolts, and other tiny things in this compartment organizer with extra-deep, removable cups.
Promising review: “I’m a big LEGO nerd and have eight or nine of these, (including the smaller, more-shallow version), to sort and store LEGOs. The smaller ones stack perfectly with these larger ones, they just aren’t as thick. These are really high quality, stack well, and while you can’t adjust them the way you can the other kinds of parts holders with the dividers, they hold the pieces better without them eventually working their way into the other compartments, the removable bins make working on projects a lot easier — grab the bin you want, dump it out if you have to, or root around in it looking for the specific piece you need.” —Frederick J. Haab
10. File away cuttings boards and cookie sheets in a steel rack that easily slides into your kitchen cabinets.
Promising review: “I bought two of these to replace a cheaper version that had movable spacers. Though this one is not adjustable, it is by far better for my cutting boards, cookie sheets, and muffin tins. It is sturdier than its predecessor, which fell apart after a couple months. It fits well in a standard size cabinet and is a great help with keeping my stuff organized and within reach.” —Grekrs
11. Add slim closet storage with a pivoting tie and accessories rack.
Promising review: “I learned right away that I could hang my scarves in color groups on different bars with matched necklaces on the lower bar. It wasn’t until the next day when I found how wonderful these bars really are. Since my scarves had been hung in color groups, I could move the groups of scarves out of the way to find the one I was looking for.” —Amazon Customer
12. Slide cookware into a versatile pan rack that works vertically or horizontally and keeps nonstick coating from scratching.
Promising review: “I was skeptical about racks designed like this due to the large, heavy pans I own, but this rack held them up like a champ! I tried the different ways the rack can be adjusted to hold my pans and found that standing the rack up is the most efficient and space-saving position.” —Ya Juan Zhao
13. Declutter your entry with a bamboo shoe shelf that’s naturally water-resistant and pretty.
Promising review: “Very sturdy classic-looking shoe rack. Doesn’t wobble once it’s put together. The slats are sturdy and your shoes won’t fall through. The shelves are just high enough for most sneakers and lower heels.” —Larson
14. Avoid crushing footwear for storage’s sake with this door rack that lets your shoes breathe without cluttering the floor.
Promising review: “I have a ton of shoes (too many) and this is a great way to get them out of those stupid boxes and off the floor. My only negative is that it limited the space I have to walk into my closet as I have a door that opens out. All my high heels (3”-5”) fit great.” —asmith922
15. Wrap up everything neatly with these reusable cable ties.
Promising review: “Thicker than the precut velcro ties for data centers — easier to undo but a little bulkier. Best used where you will undo and redo it frequently. Put the thinner ones where you will wrap and forget.” —AZB
16. Keep like-minded foods and condiments together with these fridge organizers that easily stack.
Promising review: “The fridge in the condo we’re leasing has cheap shelves and less room then what we are used to. This set was much more economical than buying individual pieces and has really helped keep everything accessible and in place. We especially like the egg container, which has a lid.” —cheriwinkle
17. Organize toys in adorable animal bins as a kid-friendly alternative to plain baskets.
Promising review: “The quality is awesome! They are perfect for storing toys, games, clothes, shoes; anything that fits is perfect in them. I love looking at the little animals in my living room! The boxes are large and sturdy, yet soft enough if little falls on it.” —Rachy
18. Make use of lofty cabinet space with a pull-down spice rack.
Promising review: “So nice I had to go back and buy another — solid construction, easy to install, and it makes everything accessible, so I don’t lose spices and things to the back of the shelf anymore. I did find that I needed to add a couple of felt tabs to the front of the shelf to protect it when I bring them down, as well as add a bracket to the upper adjustable shelf so that the rack doesn’t flip the whole shelf out, but obviously if you’re putting it ion a bottom shelf you won’t need that.” —M. Smith
19. Store all your precious baubles under lock and key in this mirrored armoire.
Promising review: “I bought this for my darling daughter and was pleasantly surprised at the quality. This is a nicely weighted stand-up jewelry cabinet that really does what it should. You can open the front and it doesn’t tip or fall over and the mirror is substantial and clear. I love it. Want one for myself.” —Lilo G.
20. Wheel essentials where you need them with this handsome storage trolley that’ll only improve upon your kitchen’s style.
Promising review: “Five stars because even my wife liked it. The drawer is a bit flimsy, while the rest looks like it will survive for years to come.” —Thomas Wallner
21. Park a coat rack with shelves by your entry for enforcing a tidy policy.
Promising review: “This piece of furniture was exactly as described. Assembly instructions were designed for the non-reader; so it was a snap even for me. I read many bad reviews, but it seems they were all false. I can hang a heavy coat on one side and the rack doesn’t even tilt or creak. If I had another hallway, I’d buy another.” —Ralph Hoepfner
22. Double hidden storage with a no-slip cabinet shelf that can withstand your humid bathroom.
Promising review: “I keep all my Rx bottles as long as there is still medicine in them. I have multiple Rx’s of my own, plus a lot of OTC for my family. My medicine cabinet is actually a small cabinet above my kitchen sink with no shelving. I had to get all this medicine organized. It was driving me crazy. These. Were. PERFECT.” —Snow Lover
24. Turn a utility closet into an efficient laundry operation with a lofty storage unit designed to fit over front-load machines.
Promising review: “I am not allowed to add shelving to the apartment laundry room and this solves the problem. The hanging rod could be a bit higher to accommodate shirts above the dryer. The instructions are not as good as they should be, and the font is microscopic. I recommend that the Chinese manufacturer print it in bigger type. However, I am a veteran of such assembly projects and got the unit put together in about 1.5 hours.” —D. A. Voorhees
25. Drain icky sponges and scrubbers in this sleek caddy that’ll blend in with your kitchen sink.
Promising review: “We’ve used this for three months now. It stays firmly stuck to the sink. The sponges don’t get manky, slimy, or grow things. The children have not yet punched a hole through the extendable cup bottom, which says good things about its durability. I am quite fond of this purchase. It has made life with an apron sink much easier.” —JustMe