A three-tier rolling cart so you can keep your countertops clear and clutter-free and know exactly where your toaster is when you have approximately a single minute to get your breakfast together before it’s time for your team meeting.
A dried floral bouquet made to look just as nice in 4,375 days, so you never have to deal with replacing dead flowers. They’ll just sit there, making you look good when your mom sees that you have beautiful blooms in your home.
A lift-top coffee table that’ll hide all those random magazines and books you’ve accumulated that make your home look messy and smaller.
A double laundry hamper designed to help you pre-sort your laundry and also keep it from accumulating in a big pile on your bedroom floor.
A colorful area rug to instantly pull the room together and make it look approximately five times nicer without you having to spend a huge chunk of change.
A three-tier slide-out storage tower so you can ~squeeze~ the most out of your kitchen even if you have less cabinet space than you thought was possible. Plus, you’ll know exactly where the baking powder is when you need it for a recipe.
An ottoman with a secret — it’s got places to store your shoes, which is especially great if your shoe collection is so big that guests find themselves tripping over pairs when they walk through the door.
A clipboard frame so you can easily switch out all the art you’ve collected instead of letting it sit in your room for months because you’re too lazy to get frames to fit it all.
A lid holder because I’m pretty positive the sign of a put-together house is opening a cabinet and NOT having all the lids fall out on you avalanche style.
A set of floating shelves that’ll take advantage of wasted space on your walls and show off any cool books, candles, or souvenirs you love.
Or a floating shelf that will transform all your favorite novels and cookbooks into works of art you can enjoy every single day because, let’s be honest, are you really ever going to get around to reading them?
A couch tray table because finding a good side table that works with your couch is hard, but using one of these to prevent spills is super easy.
A large woven wicker basket to hold all your extra blankets and pillows when not in use so they don’t end up cluttering your floor.
A set of spice and pantry labels you can put on glass jars to completely streamline your kitchen without fear that you’ll accidentally grab chili powder instead of cinnamon when you’re baking.
A super chic futon – everyone will be surprised when it pulls out into a bed and it’ll be good to have when your friends decide to crash at your place…again.
A cord organizer to help you hid any messes that accumulate from pulling in all your devices that are a total eyesore in the room.
A ceramic table lamp to ~brighten~ up the room (even when you have the lamp turned off). Bonus: you’ll be able to turn it on before turning off the main light so you don’t have to aimlessly jump into bed in the dark anymore.
A microfiber cleaning cloth so you can, once and for all, get your stainless steel appliances streak-free in one simple swoop. Your life may never be the same.
A marble self-adhesive film to make every surface look 100x fancier and help ensure that you get your security deposit back when you move out.
A dining table and bar stools set great for anyone who might not have space for a full-size table. This one is small enough that it will fit in your space and save you from eating dinner on your couch every night. Trust me, nothing feels more adult than eating dinner at an actual table.
A three-pack of fake plants to add a nice touch of greenery to your home without having the fear that you’ll forget to water them.
A rustic memo board to hang on your wall so you can quickly jot down that you’re out of milk and remember to pick it up when you’re at the store.
A toilet paper stocker perfect for anyone who doesn’t have any storage space for extra rolls. This discreetly stores them and ensures that you’ll never be SOL and stuck without toilet paper.
A magnetic knife strip to keep the random collection of knives you have out of your drawers and safely on your wall where they are less likely to harm someone just looking for a fork.
An end table with a storage basket to artfully contain your blankets so they don’t end up in a pile in the corner.
A Command wall and cabinet organizer perfect for giving you a place to store all the items on your bathroom counter that’s making it look cluttered and a mess. Plus, this won’t damage the wall, so you’ll still get your security deposit back if you’re a renter.
A six-shelf wall-mount bookcase with a minimalist design to help you ~maximize~ your space, so even if you stuff it full with books, plants, trinkets, or even shoes, it won’t look like a cluttered mess that makes the room feel smaller.
A Simplehuman grocery bag dispenser to keep all the plastic bags you’ve accumulated together, so you can easily grab one whenever you need one instead of just using whatever’s closest.
A bathroom storage cart for when your skincare collection has grown a little too much and you want to be able to still do important things in your bathroom, like…use your sink.
A 10-piece gallery wall set that comes with a template to help you hang all the frames on your wall perfectly (because trying to do that on your own is just not an option).
A double hand towel holder to make it very clear where guests can dry their hands instead of having them look around, get too scared to make the wrong decision, and wipe them on their pants instead.
A lift-top ottoman perfect for putting in front of your bed and giving you a place to not only put your shoes on but also store any blankets or even toys.
Even if you feel like this sometimes, at least you home won’t: