Trays seem to make an otherwise-messy coffee table look neat, organized and, dare I say, stylish. This woven tray is a natural way to show off your knickknacks.
When hosting, I love the idea of organizing my flatware in a fun and stylish way. This rustic caddy is a great way to separate the spoons from the forks, while also showcasing them.
These jars are great for kitchen organizing, and the chalkboard labels makes them super versatile. Store dry pasta, flour or even dog treats.
These chrome baskets can add instant function in the kitchen, bathroom or even closet. Display fruits on your countertop, store rolled up towels in your bathroom or stash the kids' shoes in the closet.
These felt baskets are a fun and funky way to add organization to a space. Store blankets, firewood, magazines and more in them.
Create an instant mudroom with this ultra modern hall tree. Hang your coats and store your shoes as you enter your home. This is organization at its best.
The New Year is also a time to organize even the smallest (often most valuable) things in your life. Invest in a handsome jewelry box to display and keep track of your baubles.
Everyone knows that the space under your bed is a great spot to store your things out of sight, and these storage boxes on wheels help to keep things both organized and pretty.
Who would have guessed that these great bins come from a children's store? They fold down easily and are great solutions for storing laundry, toys or throw blankets.
With a new love for all things chalkboard, I am especially loving these storage boxes. They can evolve as your needs change.
Sometimes storage doesn't always mean hiding your items — you can display them proudly in a credenza like this. Think pretty books, picture frames and votives.
I love when furniture can serve dual purposes. This coffee table is a gorgeous way to hold your items. It is pretty and functional — win-win.
How clever are these laundry bags? They're great for the teenager or college student in your life, and the literal directions serve as a modern statement, but also as a functional detail.
A sideboard is multifunctional for many rooms. It can hold your fine china in a dining room, house kitchen supplies in a breakfast nook or even become a media center for your electronics and DVDs. I love the industrial finish on this piece, which is also a great option for a beverage bar.
Cleaning and drying wineglasses can be daunting, but this drying rack makes it easy and eye-catching.
Sometimes, all you really need for storage is a bin or trunk like this woven option. You can store your items out of sight but keep them close by.
If you don't have room for a whole hall tree, consider a smaller option like this mail and key rack for storing your bills and car keys.
A floating storage box is a cute way to store and display little trinkets. The industrial labels add some organization as well.
These Farmer's Market storage baskets are a whimsical way to store fruits and veggies. They will help keep your refrigerator looking smart as well.
For small spaces, especially bathrooms, it's important to maximize storage. This over-the-toilet unit is great for storage that doesn't take up additional room.Next: 6 Clever Kitchen Storage Ideas Anyone Can Use