Furniture, organization products, and more that’ll make your space feel bigger.
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A toilet paper stocker perfect for anyone who doesn’t have any storage space for extra rolls. This discreetly stores them and ensures that you’ll never be SOL and stuck without toilet paper.
A four-in-one folding ottoman sleeper that easily changes from an ottoman, to a lounger, to a twin bed, so you don’t have to worry about keeping an air mattress in your limited storage space for guests.
A floating bedside drawer you attach to the wall next to your bed so you have a place to keep your phone, book, and glasses at night *plus* ample room around the bed to make it feel bigger.
A baker’s rack designed with a countertop, two large shelves, one small shelf, and a bar with four hooks that’ll transform your kitchen and make it feel less like you’re cooking in a shoebox.
An ottoman with a secret — it’s got places to store your shoes so they don’t clutter the ground or your closet! Plus, this also functions as a comfy seat.
A ceramic nonstick cookware set that comes with magnetic pot holders and a canvas lid holder so you can instantly organize the set and keep it from taking over your whole kitchen.
A three-tier rolling metal storage cart small enough that it can fit in any corner or even a closet and keep everything — including art, cleaning, and beauty supplies neatly together.
A compact metal dish rack and microfiber mat set that won’t take up all your precious counter space but still give you ample room to let your dishes dry. Plus, when you’re not using it, it can easily be stored in the cabinet under the sink.
A two-shelf wood floor lamp to add some light to the room and give you a place to store your favorite little trinkets. When the room is small, multipurpose furniture will help a lot.
A slide-out storage tower so you can ~squeeze~ the most out of your kitchen even if you have less cabinet space than you thought was even possible.
A folding laptop table that looks so nice you might not even want to fold it up and store it in a closet when you’re done working. (But you totally can if you need that extra space.)
A set of three nestling trays you can use individually or together to stash important things, such as keys and glasses, because sometimes the smallest things make the biggest difference.
A set of magnetic glass spice jars worth the investment because you can stick them to the side of your fridge and easily grab the cumin when the recipe you’re making calls for it.
A sofa table skinny enough to not take up a ton of space but still add some life to any room — from the entryway or even behind the couch.
A velvet L-shaped sectional you’ll be able to lounge and relax on without feeling like it’s taking over your entire living room.
A two-tier expandable shelf specifically designed to fit under your sink to utilize all that wasted space so you can organize and hide away more toiletries and cleaning supplies.
A six-shelf wall-mount bookcase with a minimalist design to help you ~maximize~ your space, so even if you stuff it full with books, plants, trinkets, or even shoes, it won’t look like a cluttered mess that makes the room feel smaller.
A two-tier entertainment stand for anyone to store both their record player and vinyl collection in a compact way that’s still incredibly easy to use.
A foldable kitchen island cart you can keep stored away in a closet until you’re cooking and need a place to chop veggies that isn’t the counter where all your other ingredients are.
A customizable sofette with seven different ways you can change it to fit your style and the size of your home, from the configuration, to the pillow shape, and even the upholstery.
A four-bar behind-the-door towel rack great for anyone with roommates and not nearly enough space to hang things in the bathroom. With this slim design, you can fit all your towels behind the door and easily grab yours when you take a shower.
An over-the-cabinet bag holder perfect for the mountain of plastic bags that you’ve somehow all accumulated instead of just stuffing them in a closet and hoping for the best. 🤷🏻♀️
A set of two nesting tables designed so one fits under the other, meaning you can use them as side tables or even a small coffee table, depending on what works best for your space (or how you’re feeling that week since they can be moved easily).
A five-position, six-hook rack so all your cleaning tools (i.e. mops, brooms, etc.) are nice and orderly. They’ll also take up less space hanging neatly on the wall instead of in the corner of a closet.
An entryway coat and shoe rack great for anyone not #blessed with a coat closet. This simple thing has places for you to hang up coats, hats, purses, and bags, plus shelves to store your shoes so your doorway isn’t a hot mess.
A three-tier hook hanger because accessories (especially purses) are some of the hardest things to keep orderly, right? This magic device is basically six (or more!) hangers in one.
A lift-top coffee table with a hidden storage compartment so you can hide away all the random magazines and catalogs you’ve been sent in the mail that end up making the room feel more cluttered than it actually is.
A shower curtain with pockets that may look a little strange, but if you don’t have any storage space in your bathroom or shower, this will keep everything right where you need it so you don’t end up knocking down every single bottle when you turn around in the shower.
And a three-piece table set with stools that fit under the table to take up less space when you’re not using it.
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