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When it comes to tidying, Marie Kondo isn't the only one who has a few tricks up her sleeve. Each of these products is so genius, you'll wonder how you ever survived without it. From Target and Anthropologie to Amazon and One Kings Lane, here are 8 life-changing organization products to make your life way easier.
OK, so only two pots and pans out of the seven you own are cute? Throw 'em up there. Add in your wooden utensils, favorite cookbooks, and a succulent and you not only have a clear countertop, but also some adorable wall decor.
This might be the smartest nightstand we've ever seen. Not only is it sleek and (dare we say) cute, but it also features a slide-out charging drawer with one USB port, two storage drawers, and an additional pull-out shelf for books, wine, or water, leaving your bedroom virtually clutter- and cord-free.
Whether you're trying to stash a backlog of gossip mags or hoping to eat your ramen while watching GoT, this table is a life-saver. Keep any and all clutter in the hidden storage space below and extend the top to work as an impromptu dining table.
Mirror, mirror, on the wall — who's the most organized of them all? (You, of course.)
Next time you need a digital detox, you'll have a pretty place to store all your devices.
Keep all of your favorite pieces in one place and try them on right then and there. (Disorganized and misplaced jewelry will be a thing of the past.)
Safely store all of your hair tools in the chrome-covered compartments, while conveniently organizing all bobby pins, rubber bands, and hair products in the individual compartments.
Dreaming of a green kitchen? Ease yourself in with this adorable pot rack that will also conveniently free up your cabinet space and add a little eye candy.
Katie is a Los Angeles-based writer who covers shopping trends, deals, and product reviews for Hunker. She's written for PureWow, Food Network, and Well+Good. When not online shopping, you can find her collecting vintage glassware or rewatching Nancy Meyers' movies for design inspo.