Organizing a room can be tricky, especially if you’re limited with space. Whether you live in a studio apartment and are seeking furniture to help maximize your space or simply hope to expand the amount of storage you have in your closet and vanity, ahead you’ll find an array of our favorite storage items for small spaces.
This fun wood and brass shelf can be stored on the floor or hung on the wall to help maximize small spaces and put your favorite books and knick-knacks on display.
Another great way to maximize wall space is with these geometric shelves that let you store books and trinkets inside them, as well as on top of them. Plus, given their squared design, you can hang them in such a way to frame whatever you put in the middle.
If your perception of storage is less about furniture and more about boxes that can fit beneath it, check out these storage bins that fit under bed frames, couches, and more. Best of all, they’re stackable, so you can easily maximize closet space.
Many vanities are known for their shallow drawers and tricky organization. Well, these sectioned trays work wonders at keeping palettes, compacts, and cotton swabs perfectly aligned.
If your kitchen storage is lacking, check out this under-shelf storage rack that offers a convenient storing space for cloths, measuring cups, ladles, and more.
There’s a reason why over 1,400 shoppers swoon over this shelf. The narrow design lets it fit into small spaces for a tall storage option that holds more than you think. Plus, you can store it upright or on its side.
When you’re working with small spaces, it’s important to maximize space from the ground up. This tall ladder shelf will help do the trick.
Bathroom storage is especially head scratch-inducing thanks to the extra-small parameters of the space. Nevertheless, options are out there. This narrow tiered shelf will prove to be a great storage spot for toilet paper, toiletries, and other bathroom essentials.
As much as we all wish to have a walk-in closet, that’s sadly not the case. There are, however, options to make your small closet feel roomier. Case in point: this hanging shoe organizer. It holds 16 pairs of slender shoes (like flats or sandals) or eight pairs of sneakers or heels.
There’s no question that this is pricey, but if you’re willing and able to spend the extra cash, your small space will thank you. This storage system might take up a large portion of the wall, but it will store so much that your room will feel twice, if not three times as big.
Ready to never open a drawer and feel overwhelmed again? These linen drawer organizers will keep the small spaces within your dresser more organized than you knew possible.
Here we have a great option for can and jar storage, as well as a sliver of extra counter space that’s sure to come in handy.
One of the best ways to maximize and organize pantry space is to remove food items from their original packaging and place them in clear containers. Plus, this way you’ll be able to stack and align your groceries in the most aesthetically-pleasing way.
Why use a regular laundry hamper when you can toss your dirty clothes in this ultra-organized contraption that offers storage on top of it, too?
Small kitchen? No worries. These entertainment shelves require zero counter space and display your wine and glasses in an artful way that’s sure to get commented on.
xx, The FabFitFun Team