Your humble (re cramped) abode is going to feel so roomy once you add some space-saving-nesting tables, a kitchen cart, and a storage ottoman to the mix.
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An adjustable ladder that’s so versatile, you’ll probably need one for every room in the house! It has four rails that can be extended from 16 to 24 inches and notched hooks at the ends of each.
A pair of nesting tables with removable lids, so you can use the bases as baskets for your extra pillows, toys, or snacks.
A two-tier pull-out drawer because your cabinets are inexplicably deep while your pantry is inexplicably nonexistent.
Or a pullout drawer for your Tupperware collection that has grown to such an overwhelming extent you’re willing to dedicate an entire cabinet to get it under control.
A kitchen utensil organizer that can be trimmed with a table saw so that it looks like it was custom-made to fit into your drawer.
An underbed shoe bag (with slots for 12 pairs of shoes) so you can tuck your summer sandals out of the way when you have to put your bulky boots on display.
A monitor riser that’ll make your desk more ergonomic while also providing some very subtle organization solutions.
A rolling storage tower, because your laundry room is more of a laundry closet, and you don’t have nearly enough space for all of your supplies. It’s only 5 inches thick, so you can tuck right between your washer and dryer and roll it out when you need to grab the detergent.
A mirror that will store just about every piece of jewelry you own. The interior has notches for hanging earrings, wedges for studs, hooks for necklaces, and a bar for bracelets.
An 18-piece spice jar and rack set so you don’t have to frantically hunt around a cluttered cabinet to find your coriander while your stove is burning your dinner.
A laundry drying line that takes up less space than a paper towel roll but can be stretched long enough that you can air-dry your entire wardrobe right in the bathroom.
A cosmetics organizer with slots for your brushes, tubes, and pencils as well as shelf space for your palettes and bottles, because an artist can’t be distracted by a messy toolbox while they’re working on creating a masterpiece.
A kitchen cart so brilliantly designed that it has literally everything you need in a workspace from the built-in knife block to the deep cabinet which can store at least two of your kitchen appliances when you’re not using them.
Or a four-piece acrylic organizer for a makeup collection that is a bit more, ahem, substantial.
A hanging planter with three pots, so you can put your babies in the sunlight, even if you don’t have a window sill for them to live on.
A desk organizer set because your work area is too teeny to let all of that vertical space go to waste. Plus, the sculptural design makes for a neat piece of decor that is totally practical.
A shelf divider so that each of your purses can have its own cubby. The better you treat your purses, the longer they’ll look as beautiful as the day you bought them!
An over-the-toilet set of shelves, because you can’t let that vertical space go to waste when your bathroom is just slightly larger than your closet.
A set of drawers with built-in dividers so you don’t have to cram your socks, underwear, and scarves into a single drawer in your overburdened armoire.
A linen cabinet that snuggles into a corner in order to conserve as much space as possible in your very small powder room.
A linen cabinet, so that you don’t have to run to the utility closet with your pants around your ankles to grab an extra toilet paper roll. The tissue paper holder is an added (genius) bonus.
An rectangular storage ottoman that’ll add sneaky and stylish space to every room in the house. It’ll look great whether it’s placed near the end of the bed, in the entryway, or in front of your living room couch.
A ladder bookcase with a barebones silhouette because a more traditional unit would make your teeny room appear cluttered.
A coffee table with tray top and storage that refuses to waste an inch of space. It has a lifting mechanism, so you can bring the tabletop closer to the couch, a spacious storage chest, a well for storing remotes and other items that you need to keep easily accessible, and a base that works as a shelf.
A platform bed with drawers at the foot of the frame so you can really put that dead space to work.
A full-length mirror that you can hang on the wall opposite the window in order to make the room seem larger and brighter than it actually is. Sorcery!
A floating desk so you can create a mini office in the corner of your bedroom. The cabinet has folder holders, cord management pass-throes, and a corkboard on one of the doors.
A wall storage organizer that looks and behaves like a sturdy piece of furniture, but doesn’t touch the ground.
A rust-resistant shower caddy so that you don’t need to precariously prop all of your products on the edge of the tub.
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