Bring the Y2K trend home with these 12 Urban Outfitters organization products

Organize your heart out

Bathroom from urban outfitters YK2 style messy
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Velour tracksuits, color-tinted sunglasses, the comeback of the low-rise jean (not one I can say I'm totally on board with) — there's no ignoring the Y2K style revival. Re-popularized by Gen-Z celebs like Jenna Ortega and Olivia Rodrigo, fun colors and kitschy aesthetics from the year 2000 are back, baby. 

But it's not just fashion at the forefront of this U-turn to the '90s and early aughts, lava lamps, landlines that look like lips, and candy-colored interiors are all over social media, too. Yes, home decor trends are never far behind, and this one comes in the form of bedrooms from the 2000s, but better. Incorporating full-blown Y2K mania can be tricky, especially if you're short on cash or space to throw in a load of home decor. 

So, I've found some affordable organizers and stylish storage solutions from Urban Outfitters that totally fit into TikTok's #Y2Kaesthetic. Besides, there's no other brand I can think of that does this trend better.

Think small-space storage finds and more for the bathroom, bedroom, and pretty much every corner of your home actually, to get even small apartments organized and bring this throwback well and truly into your surroundings.


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Urban Outfitters storage headboard in cool bedroom with green pillows

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You might be living with parents or roommates or have a studio where your bedroom is your entire home. So making the most out of your space and ensuring it feels like you is key. Urban Outfitters has a ton of stylish bedroom storage picks, like shelves, boxes, and nightstands that double up as more places to put things. Oh and don't forget the cute AF hooks to hang your baguette bags, puffer coats, and whatever else. Could your bedroom be any more organized?


If you can't rip out tiles or add cool accents to your bathroom, it's probably looking a bit blah. Mine too, don't worry. And if you rent, these rooms rarely come with a lot of storage space — or any space at all for that matter. So forget old-fashioned soap dishes and high-pressure showerheads for a moment, these clever organization pieces will revamp your small bathroom and give you somewhere to put all that skincare instead of letting your products clutter up bathroom countertops.

Living room 

Urban Outfitters living room storage pieces

(Image credit: Urban Outfitters)

You've finally achieved the Instagram-friendly living room you've always wanted. There's a cute mushroom lamp in the corner and a curvy coffee table holding all your interior design books. But it's feeling difficult to keep clean. How do you keep it looking put together and tidy? With the help of some stylish storage picks. There are sculptural shelving units, simple (but very effective) magazine racks, and one of those ladders to hang your cozy throws


Okay, here's where your "organization TikTok" knowledge comes in handy. Think meal-prep containers that stack, roll-up dish drying racks for when you need more sink space, and flat-pack kitchen trolleys that will give you a whole extra surface to place your microwave, hang your pots and pans, or stack your plates — perfect for studio dwellers that need a hand organizing a kitchen successfully. And they don't stop at being practical, small kitchen organizers can be cute, too.

Louise Oliphant
Ecommerce Editor

Louise is the Ecommerce Editor at Real Homes, specialising in sleep content so you can wind-down well. With prior PR experience working for a luxury bedding brand, Louise knows the importance of getting a great night’s sleep. Joining the other side of the desk as a full-time journo, Louise brings her bedding expertise to writing sleep buying guides, reviews, and news for Real Homes. Aside from helping readers get essential shut eye, Louise also writes shopping content for homeware items that’ll add a decorative edge to your space. With an eye for design that won’t snooze on style, but a budget that won’t quite stretch, Louise loves nothing more than a modern designer dupe. From coloured glassware to contemporary storage, anything to upgrade the bare space of her rented East London flat.