When it comes to tidying, Marie Kondo isn't the only one with a few tricks up her sleeve. Leave it to Amazon to be a gold mine of organizing solutions that will literally change your life — or at the very least, change your organizational habits. From drawer separators to nightstand charging stations, each of these products will make you wonder how you ever had a functioning life before owning them.
Putting away clean laundry has never been easier with these drawer dividers. Complete with separate compartments for easy access to all your socks, underwear, and lingerie — you'll wonder why you didn't get one of these babies sooner.
Never endlessly dig around in your purse for your keys/lip balm/phone again.
Whether you're looking for a home for your kids' toys or collection of classic American novels, these flexible storage cubes are sleek enough to pop in the closet, under a bed, or featured on your living room bookcase.
Because teatime should be the least stressful part of your day.
We're suckers for multifunction — and secret compartments. Luckily, this jewelry cabinet has both.
What Tupperware problem?
Organize your makeup, office supplies, or cotton swabs into these three easy-to-slide drawers. The clear, sturdy plastic makes them easy to clean and ensures you'll never have to blindly search for your brown eyeliner.
Those before-and-after photos will never know what hit them.
Next time you need a digital detox, you'll have a pretty place to store all your devices.
Ever buy a head of lettuce only to come home and realize you had three more buried at the bottom of a refrigerator drawer? Right, us neither ...
Because we could all use a little extra help at the airport.
Although this only organizes one single product — bar soap — your bathroom aesthetic will be revolutionized once you add this in. It keeps decorative hand soap looking pretty, clears up counter space, and prevents all goopy-soap messes.
Adria Valdes Greenhauff is a writer and editor based in Miami, Fla. She’s covered food, travel and lifestyle for numerous online publications including The Quench, The List, Vivala, Foodable, Recommend magazine and Miami New Times. She's also the host of the Better Food Stories podcast.