We are all organizing closets right now, right??
I am one of those people who literally can’t think straight if things feel out of order, and keeping things organized is one of the ways I stay sane in this house.
So today I’m sharing my top Amazon organization finds that I can’t live without.
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Kitchen Frying Pan Organizer
I love my frying pan organizer! It’s one of my favorite kitchen finds ever. This holds 5 frying pans and takes advantage of vertical space in your cabinet.
You can screw it into the cabinet but I haven’t attached mine and it still functions properly. The best part is that this organizer holds my heavy duty cast iron frying pans. I highly recommend this.
Over the Door Stuffed Animal Organizer
My daughter’s stuffed animals were overtaking the room and this over the door stuffed animal holder has been a lifesaver. And it’s something that she can actually stick to.
These stretchy pockets hold a ton of stuffed animals. I keep it on the inside of the closet door so I can shut the door and keep the clutter hidden. Once we are out of the stuffed animal phase, she can use the pockets for something else. Here’s some more stuffed animal storage ideas.
This lazy susan keeps all my cooking oils, vinegars and sauces neatly organized within my cabinet. I like that this one is divided but you can find them without the dividers too.
But this has so many uses beyond the kitchen. Use it to store bathroom toiletries, office supplies and cleaning products. I would buy this again in a heartbeat.
Cleaning Tools Wall Organizer (Mop Grippers)
No more falling mops. No more mops clanging against the back of a door every time you open and close it. No more mops taking up precious floor space in your closets. These mop grippers utilize vertical space (aka your wall) and be hung with a sticky tab and a simple push. I have these to hold my swiffer and my favorite mop for cleaning baseboards (Ocedar mop!)
And while we are on the subject, don’t forget to grab this Dyson docking station organizer for your wall, too. All of this mess is kept hidden inside a laundry cabinet that I hacked by taking out the back on the one side.
Clear Plastic Bins
These clear bins are incredibly useful. And something about them feels stylish and modern. I use them mostly around the kitchen and in the pantry. In the pantry, these clear bins keep rice and seasoning packets neat and tidy.
They keep cleaning supplies organized under the kitchen sink. We even keep one in the fridge to hold defrosting meat and fish. But the sky’s the limit on how to use these for organizing.
While not the same as a bin technically, these clear caddy bins are basically the same idea and stick to the inside of your cabinets. I can’t live without them. I’m currently using them to hold kid cup straws and lids and I swear they have kept me from going insane. Is it just me or do kid cup accessories seem to magically multiply?
Zipper Pocket Organizers
These are water-resistant and clear mesh so you can see through them. Much better than using a ziplock bag that’s gonna get messed up.
Expanding File Folder
If you have kids, I highly recommend one of these expanding file folders. I attached mine to the inside of the cabinet with sticky tabs (because I hate ugly stuff out in the open).
There are several pockets so you keep each child’s things separate and even have one for yourself and the mail! It’s easy to keep things organized this way and keeps our junk drawer free of paper clutter. It also avoids that dreaded mile pile on the kitchen counter.
Under the Bed Bins
While you can use these under the bed storage bins to hold pretty much anything (bed sheets/seasonal clothes), I love to use them for legos. Because kids just want to throw crap in bins. Should I put that on a T-shirt? We will never be one of those color-coded lego bin houses. It looks great but that’s not sustainable in this house.
This under the bed lego storage method is a quick and dirty way to keep things neat. They hold a TON of legos, including those big flat pieces. My son can pull out his lego bins when he wants to play and just push it back under when he’s done.
You might be thinking: how do they find the right pieces to build things? I have no idea but my son has never complained. Maybe the digging around for lego pieces is part of the fun? We have a bookcase in my sons room for displaying the fancy lego creations he wants to keep. The rest are taken apart and thrown in the lego bin. Mic drop.
I know, it’s a basket. But I use them everywhere! In general, baskets are always a safe bet. They look good out in the open. They add texture and warmth to a room. And it’s one of the easiest ways to keep things looking neat and tidy. Plus, these belly baskets are cheap.
Amazon is not the only place that sells them (and sometimes they are not the cheapest). You can also buy these from IKEA, H&M, Walmart and the Container Store, to name a few.
I keep them at our back door bench area to hold kid socks, gloves and mittens. I got tired of kids whining and missing the bus because they forgot to bring down socks. Now they are right next to the shoes! So off you go, kids. We’ve been doing this for years and it works like a charm.
Sticky Cord Organizers
I tried these sticky cord organizers on a whim (Instagram got me) and I’m pleasantly surprised how much I love them. These stick to the back of your small appliances (like your air fryer and instant pot), and you can wind the cord around them and store them away neat and tidy.
No more loose cords everywhere. And I haven’t had an issue with heat. These cord organizers stay put despite having used the appliances multiple times.
Kitchen Utensil Drawer Organizer
I love the way this utensil organizer is laid out. It makes putting away clean silverware from the dishwasher a breeze.
It’s easy to clean and fits nicely in my utensil drawer. I’ll never go back to using the bamboo ones that seem to break easily.
Travel Packing Cubes
When I go visit my mom, I like to travel light. As in “book bag only” light.
These travel cubes can hold a lot, compress to save space and even can hold wet items or dirty laundry items separately. They make packing easier and more organized.
BagSmart Toiletry Organizer
Everytime we take a big trip, I bring this organizer. It holds everything from makeup to medicines to travel shampoo to hair accessories to jewelry.
And the best part is you can unfold it and hang it from a hook when you get to where you’re going.
Let me know in the comments if you are have amazon organization finds you can’t live without!