Here’s How To Organize Your Entire Apartment For Under $50


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If you’re anything like the typical millennial, you have an apartment — a small apartment, at that. Even if you don’t, we bet you could use some organizing tips. Everyone can improve, right? Organizing doesn’t have to be intimidating, and it also doesn’t have to cost you an arm and a leg. Here’s how to organize your space for under just $50:

1. Clear Over-The-Door Hanging Shoe Organizer — $8.67


No, it doesn’t just organize your shoes. This organizer can be a multi-purpose holder for any household cleaning products or small items you always lose track of. Since it’s an over-the-door organizer, you won’t even lose space.

2. Zigzag Two-Tier Floating Shelves — $11.29


Want a shelf that doesn’t take up a ton of space or look clunky in your (probably) small apartment? Try floating shelves. These shelves, in particular, give you two platforms to put your stuff and they look sleek as hell while doing it.

3. Six-Cube Closet Organizer, Shelf And Bookcase — $19.99


For the big stuff, you need serious storage. Use a double-duty tool like this stacking organizer that can act as cubby storage (just buy baskets for an even sleeker look!) and a bookshelf. It’s fairly slim and sits against the wall, so you’re maximizing as much space as possible.

4. Cabinet Shelf And Accompanying Hooks — $5.99 for cabinet, $4.72 for four hooks


If your cabinet space is close to nothing, these cabinet shelves will double your space. You can use them in your kitchen cabinets, in your bathroom or even on shelves in your bedroom. Get one with four hooks and hang mugs, beauty products or any other hangable item. See how much neater your things will look.

Total: $49.48

Investing just under $50 could seriously organize your space, no matter how big or small. Try these products if you’re really interested in bringing order to your life — which, to be honest, we could all use. Good luck!