Guest Picks: Making the Most of a Small Space
When it comes to laundry, everyone has their own frustrations. These hampers make it easy to sort colors and keep things tidy in the process.
With this hanging jewelry storage, you don't have to go rummaging every time you need that pair of earrings. The added bonus? It's no thicker than a blazer hanging in your closet.
Bulky wooden hangers take up a considerable amount of space. Subbing those out for these slim-lined, nonslip versions will double your closet space in a matter of minutes.
While these plastic bins may seem like a no-brainer, they are worthy of a reminder. Seeing what you have will help prevent you from over-buying and losing space.
Moveable and manageable, these shelves are proof that you don't have to spend a fortune on a closet system to get functionality.
Regardless of space, shoe storage is always difficult. This streamlined shoe storage will help manage shoes of all varieties, even boots, and make getting ready a snap.
Save yourself a run to Staples with one of these easy drawer organizers. You'll make the most of your small space by not adding more clutter to it.
Sorting papers and magazines can be an unwelcome chore. These simple sleeves will solve the conundrum and eliminate piles on your counter in the process.
Display your favorite tomes with this unique and colorful bookshelf from CB2. You're guaranteed to get compliments on its color and style!
Magazine stacks are a thing of the past! Use this elegant rack for your favorite glossies and your living space will feel instantly less cluttered.
Make the holidays a snap with this wall organizer. Your investment will pay off the whole year through when your crafts are close at hand without filling a hallway closet.
The area underneath a kitchen sink often becomes a vast wasteland of cleaning products. Simplify your life: Install this under-sink caddy and turn that wasteland into an easy-to-navigate shelf.
Platters and trays often get in the way of frequently used pots and pans. Worry no more! Prevent the crashing and banging with this door organizer.
Keeping limited counter space organized requires a bit of foresight. These chalkboard decals will make maintaining an orderly counter much prettier.
Soda cans can make your fridge a frustrating maze of beverages. Add one or two of these soda trays and you'll always have your favorite drinks close at hand.
When cabinet space is at a premium, look up for a little extra space. This pot rack will create storage in the turn a few screws.
Keep wineglasses and bottles off your counter and get back a truckload of space. This display won't overwhelm your space, but it will amp up your entertaining game.
When your entry is only half of a wall, you have to make the most of it. This shelf simulates a table and still creates the space you need for your keys and other goodies as you walk out the door. A win-win!
Consider this mirror with hooks and a small shelf another solution for your entryway (or bedroom). You'll keep all your necessities close at hand without sacrificing style.
If you want to display your favorite cards or invitations, this metal bulletin board is the way to go. Keep the clutter confined — and away from your fridge — and you'll maximize your space in a jiffy.Next: 17 Space-Saving Solutions for Small Kitchens