15 Things Organized People Have in Their Homes
If you've been searching for the best products to organize with after KonMari-ing your home, look no further. These stress-free products will totally revamp your space. Ditching the clutter and organizing your home sparks endless amounts of joy and transforms your home. Organizing your home may seem like a daunting task, but these products will give you the added motivation you need. As an added bonus, they're all on Amazon!
— Additional reporting by Angela Elias
Idea: If you don't want to hang a key hook (or if your landlord won't let you), get a key catchall. Having a designated place to place your keys when you walk through the door will save you from misplacing your keys and the inevitable frantic search to locate them.
Get it: Finding a key catchall is easier than you think — you may already have one in your home. A jewelry tray is a great option. If you don't have one, try the Ms.Box Leather Catchall Tray ($20).
Idea: It's a tale as old as time. You spend hours organizing your linen closet, only for it to be utter chaos within a week. You can avoid this frustration by using shelf dividers.
Get it: The Evelots Closet Wood Shelf Divider ($36) tames the most unruly closets and is a bonafide lifesaver. There's a reason Amazon customers gave it a five-star rating.
Idea: Glass jars aren't just pretty for Pinterest. They're an easy way to store nonperishables and create order. With these, you no longer have to dig through mountains of cardboard boxes. These add synchronicity to your pantry, and they're reusable.
Get it: These Half Gallon Glass Mason Jars ($18) are a smart choice for a novice organizer.
Idea: Pegboards are versatile organizers. You can hang one in the garage to organize tools, hang one in the kitchen to store pots and pans, and even hang one in a living room to mount picture frames.
Get it: The Wall Control Pegboard Tool Organizer ($100) is a fresh way to organize your home.
Idea: You can use drawer organizers in every room in your home. If you want to avoid wasting precious time sifting through junk, you definitely want to invest in these. Put one in your desk drawer, your dresser, your bathroom, and your kitchen.
Get it: This Bamboo Expandable Drawer Organizer ($25) is expandable and has seven compartments.
Idea: Magnetic strips are another versatile way to organize your home. Install these in your kitchen to store knives, spatulas, tongs, and other magnetic utensils. Alternatively, you can install one over a work space to organize pens, scissors, and other tools.
Get it: This Modern Innovations Stainless Steel Magnetic Bar ($17, originally $35) comes in two sizes.
Idea: If you're running out of shelf space, a well-organized, well-stocked tray could be the right choice for you. Instead of packing drawers beyond their intended capacity, neatly sort items on a tray.
Get it: Keep this Le'raze Mirrored Tray with Chrome Rails ($89) or give it as a gift.
Stainless Steel Shelving
Idea: A lack of cabinet space doesn't have to stop you from owning bulky appliances like KitchenAid mixers and high-powered blenders. Stylish homeowners use these for storage. Don't be afraid to place a potted plant as decoration on one of the shelves.
Get it: This Seville Classics Wire Shelving Unit ($50) is an Amazon bestseller.
Foldable Storage Bins
Idea: Foldable storage bins are a great way to organize the things you want out of sight. When they're not in use, simply collapse them for easy storage.
Get it: The canvas Decomomo Foldable Storage Bins ($27, originally $30) will do the trick.
Idea: Whether it's a drawer filled with neat rows of spices or a spice rack that frees cabinet space, every organized cook seems to have their spice collection under control.
Get it: Amazon has an easy-assembly Country Rustic Chicken Wire Pantry ($40) that makes cooking a breeze.
Clever Toilet Paper Storage
Idea: Running out of it when you need it is the worst, but stacking it in plain sight can cramp your bathroom's style. Grab a wire toilet paper organizer to make sure your bathroom is always stocked.
Get it: This Metal Scroll Design Bathroom Storage Table Shelf ($50) stores and dispenses toilet paper. You can also use it to store magazines or books if you like to read while you go.