9 home organization products that are *actually* cute enough to use in your space

My last-ditch attempt to get organized

Mushroom home organizers and cloud shelf organizers
(Image credit: Urban Outfitters)

It pains me to admit that I'm not the most organized person in the world. I'm a Capricorn and I work in homes, so I should be in theory. My apartment would tell you otherwise.

I've come to accept that half the blame for my disorganized rental is me (hi, I'm the problem it's me). The other half is due to the limited space for storage and the lack of cute organizational products. There are some pretty gross tubs, bins, and baskets out there despite their budget-friendly price tags. Equally, you won't find me blowing hundreds on high-end drawers and trays (I'd rather use that cash on Uber Eats, TBH). 

Rather than spend another 365 days rotating around the sun with a disorganized space, I've done my own research for products I'm adding to my cart (as we speak — yes this counts as work) that you might want to consider, too.

Scroll on through for my fave picks that will make your home 1000x cuter than your 'rents' place...

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Melissa Epifano
Former Global Editor in Chief

Why hello! I'm Melissa, and as the global editor in chief of Real Homes, my aim is to help our community design homes that feel authentic, real, and functional. Though we all love aspirational images and celebrity houses, my team and I are motivated to create content that makes sense for your lifestyle, needs, and interests, whether you own a home, rent an apartment, share a space with your parents, or live in a cozy converted van. I myself am a renter and am constantly seeking out ways to personalize my home – which is, as many people know, a more challenging task than it sounds. When I'm not editing home content, I'm usually staring at birds through binoculars, curled up with a good book, or devouring a new flavor of ice cream.