This $18 Organizer Is a Game-Changer in All Sorts of Rooms

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Staying organized at home on a budget can be tricky. That’s why we have to pause and celebrate each and every inexpensive home organizational find we discover! And amazingly, we actually found an under-$20 buy at that can help streamline your home in seconds.

Believe it or not, this stylish has the power to organize everything from your kitchen pantry to your closet — it just takes a little imagination.

Here are a few savvy ways to use it around your home.

1. In the pantry

Looking for a cheap — but chic — way to keep all your canned foods in check? Forge a makeshift pantry by stacking all your canned goods on their sides inside a magazine holder for easy access in one sleek place. Or, employ a magazine holder or two to corral all of your cutting boards and plastic wraps to keep your pantry organized for pennies.

2. In your closet

Working with more clutches than actual closet space? Fret not, my fashionable friends. Magazine holders are perfect for stockpiling all of your small purses — and will only take up a few inches of your precious closet. Just stash your handbags horizontally inside a magazine holder and voila: you’ve scored some extra storage room in record time!

3. In the bathroom

Searching for an inexpensive way to organize your bathroom? Magazine holders can hold anything from toilet paper rolls to curling irons —mand look surprisingly sophisticated while doing so.

Still not sold on the idea that a magazine holder can do more than, well, hold magazines? Don’t forget that this super affordable multitasker also works great for sorting out pesky pieces of stray paperwork and bills, so you can streamline your home office area without breaking the bank.

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C868彩票:Caroline Biggs


Caroline is a writer living in New York City. When she’s not covering art, interiors, and celebrity lifestyles, she’s usually buying sneakers, eating cupcakes, or hanging with her rescue bunnies, Daisy and Daffodil.

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