All those loose T-shirts throwing a party at the bottom of your closet are about to have a rude awakening.
A catty-corner shelf for some of your knickknacks and plants, because honestly, your nightstand and your desk are tired of pulling all the organization weight for all the other furniture in your room.
2. A set of velvet closet hangers designed to cling ever so slightly to your clothes, both so the clothes stay put more firmly on the hanger, and so they flatten a bit to reduce the bulk of some of your clothing (hello, all 10,000 of my oversized flannels) takes up.
I bought about 60 of these six years ago just to streamline the ~aesthetic~ of my closet, and I have now carried them with me through three closets and two big moves and can’t imagine using any other kind of hanger. The velvet locks all my shirts and coats in place so I never have to worry about finding them bunched up at the bottom of my closet whenever I jostle them looking for something to wear, and they have been a *godsend* for reducing the space taken up in my closet. I also just love how sleek and organized they make my closet look. A few reviewers mentioned the velvet coming off on their clothes, but I’ve never had an issue with the beige ones.
Get a set of 30 from Amazon for $16.49 (available in five colors, three sizes of sets, and in shirt, skirt, and suit hangers).
Plus an S-shaped hanger specifically designed for pants, scarves, and towels if you want to drastically free up those crammed dresser drawers by giving their contents a new home.
A popular free-standing laundry hamper to subtly organize the chaos of the laundry pile in the corner of your room, or give a more streamlined look to a see-through mesh one that shows all your clothes bundled in it.
A set of foldable cloth storage cubes that’ll be the real organization MVP, especially since they don’t take up extra space when you’re not using them. They’re great for sliding into open shelving units to de-clutter them, for extra storage on the upper shelves of closets, and even for organizing bookshelves.
A roll-up closet organizer if you, like me, are someone who collects random T-shirts from events and various fandoms you enjoy like it’s your job. This is a great way to save space and organize them, *plus* get to admire them since they’ll still be quite visible.
A set of freestanding, stackable storage bags to basically gobble up all those bulky winter clothes taking up hanger space in your bedroom closet, or all the blankets that aren’t presently in your Snuggly Things Rotation.
A vintage-inspired storage ottoman for your vanity, so you can find a sneaky place to store all those candles taking up so much space on your shelves that your friends low key think you’re using them to summon demons.
A 24-pocket door-hanging sleeve, but don’t you dare call this gem a mere shoe organizer when it has *infinite* bedroom closet potential. Reviewers use it to organize anything in their bedrooms from scarves to leggings to candles. Get yourself an organizer that can do it all!
Or a sturdy hanging shoe shelf for anyone who loves their shoes so much that they want the organization of them to have a bit more visibility and ease of access.
A set of clip-on shelf dividers designed specifically for wooden shelves, so you can finally tag in all the space on that top shelf of your bedroom closet to join the organization team.
An eye-catching hanging shelf to bring some order to the plants you keep collecting like Pokemon cards in the ’90s. (Bulbasaur vibes ONLY.)
A set of gold cable organizers that’ll tame the tangle of wires on your desk and your nightstand, so now you won’t have to deal with a jungle whenever you want to charge your phone.
A leaning ladder for a chic way to store blankets, purses, and accessories (and also flex that you do, in fact, have *excellent* taste in drape-able things). A lot of reviewers also used this to replace The Chair, or that one spot in your room where you leave your “I’m going to wear this again, but wash it soon” clothes.
A four-shelf wire drawer for your closet to tame all those things you appreciate but don’t *quite* have a proper home for (here’s looking at you, the dad hat collection that has frankly amassed too much power to be reckoned with).
A pill box for your nightstand, because as much as we all love modern medicine, those prescription pill boxes you get at the pharmacy are not exactly a ~streamlined aesthetic~. This will help organize pills you might keep at the ready before bed or when you wake up in the morn.
A four-piece sock and underwear organizer to spare you the indignity of rooting around your dresser drawers every morning looking for that one! specific! bra!! that is *definitely* in there somewhere. (The comfy one, to be clear.)
A sturdy stacker to neatly store the hangers you aren’t using, so they don’t take up precious real estate in your closet or get tangled up in each other and create even *more* chaos.
A floating hidden bookshelf that’ll more than earn its keep — not only is this a chic way to show off and organize your favorite books, but a lot of reviewers used them for clever displays for shoes and memorabilia.
A 3D-printed key holder/envelope keeper, aka an organizational BFF for anyone who’s living with roommates. This way you can keep your outgoing mail and keys separate from everyone else’s without cluttering your desk or the top of your dresser with it.
An over-the-door storage caddy for all the accessories you’re constantly reaching for, therefore *never* properly putting away. Instead of letting them pile up in random corners of the room, they can all be roommates in this cute lil’ organizer together (there’s even a spot specifically for glasses!).
An elegant earrings display that will finally organize all your hanging baubles once and for all, so you aren’t scrambling every morning to find two of the same pair that match your OOTD’s aesthetic.
Plus a multilevel jewelry stand that is elegant and understated enough to complement a select few of your baubles, but also sturdy enough to hold the whole collection if you’re at Ariel levels of collecting shiny things.
*OR* a mirror with sneaky jewelry storage — now you can have all the decadence of a ~full length mirror~ in your room, plus all of the practicality of finally organizing your baubles once and for all.
A five-shelf hanging closet organizer to streamline your closet’s aesthetic, which was previously “oops, how did all of these sweaters end up on the floor again?”
A record/magazine/Cool Stuff holder that’ll not only help you organize your your books and records, but will give you the opportunity to make your favorite things part of the decor.
A set of clear drawer organizers that will finally force you to reckon with the abyss of that “junk drawer” in your nightstand once and for all.
A bunch of teensy macaron boxes
for a delightful organizational upgrade to every corner of your bedroom, whether you use them for storing pills or jewelry or hair elastics.
A set of bed risers that will open up a whole bunch of extra storage space, letting you cheat the organization-space-time continuum.
*And* a set of two under-bed storage containers to neatly pack away your seasonal items, so you don’t play that game where you’re rooting through drawers going “Aha! My jeans!” before realizing you have in fact yanked out a fifth pair of denim shorts in 30-degree weather.
A vase bookend that’ll help organize your the books that don’t fit on the shelf with some unexpected whimsy, instead of shoving the rest of your books under the bed and leaving it as a problem for Future You to solve.
A bedside caddy perfect for all the odds and ends that, quite frankly, you do not trust yourself not to lose in your nightstand, with space for everything from e-readers to phones to pill boxes to remote controls for the television. It’s basically like a lil’ backpack for the bed.
An over-the-door hanging purse organizer that will not only hold all your bags, but will ROTATE 360 degrees around, so you can put on a lil’ fashion show for them every day. The 83 tote bags on my closet floor are shaking.
A set of trendy clear tiered organizing cubes to organize all your favorite things in a much more chic, spacious way than a full-on shelf would — not to mention a heck of a lot cheaper than a full-on shelf, too.
A faux-leather bench with ~secret storage~, because if we’re all being honest here, even the most meticulous organization plan will leave you with a bunch of miscellaneous objects that don’t quite have a home. Now they do, and it’s QUITE chic.
A set of minimalist hooks for a uniform, orderly way to show off your favorite accessories and precious plant babies, aka the lights of your life.
A no-frills, simple metal garment rack you can use to free up some space in your closet, *plus* give your cutest pieces a chance to shine even when they’re not on your human self.
A set of stackable trays in pretty pastels and geometric designs to help bring some order to that one corner of your desk with odds and ends that never looks *quite* as organized as you’d like.
A set of adjustable desk shelves to organize your knickknacks and give the sea of papers mounting in your bedroom’s WFH space some much-needed zen.