Household organizing products including a hanging handbag organizer & clear storage

I’m in purge and reorganize mode this summer and have been browsing products that can help with that. Here are some of the best things I found.

Reusable food and small item storage bags you’ll use so much
These reusable storage bags are just $10.98 for pack of five and they even come with their own drying rack. They’re BPA, chemical and color free and have so many uses including as snack and toiletry bags. They have 4.6 stars, 220 reviews and an A from Fakespot. Users call them “more durable than I expected,” “sturdy enough for liquids,” and say they’re great for using in the freezer too.

Storage bins that let you see what’s inside
These stackable sturdy storage bins have a clear zip-up window for easy access to clothing, linens, or anything you’d like to store. They come in five different colors and are two to a pack for less than $30. They have 4.8 stars, 360 reviews and an A from Fakespot. Reviewers call them “sturdy, attractive,” say they hold lots of stuff and are “awesome boxes” which are “a great solution for organizing and storing.”

Shelf dividers that will keep you organized
Sometimes I wish I could go the extra level from “sort of have my sh-t together” to “visibly organized” and things like shelf dividers could really help. These are another bestseller in organization products on Amazon, they come two to a pack for less than $13, have 4.3 stars, 406 reviews and an A from Fakespot. People call these “the perfect solution” for closets and say they’re “easy to install.”

A clear handbag organizer that has so many more uses
I have all my bags sitting on a shelf in the closet and I rarely remember to switch them out. With this clear handbag organizer I would definitely see and use my other purses. This hanging organizer fits eight purses and is said to be “sturdy” and “convenient.” It’s called “perfect for small closets” with “good size compartments.” One person even uses it to store bedsheets.

Honeycomb drawer dividers for socks, underwear and more
This set of honeycomb drawer dividers is just right for sorting small items, particularly underwear and socks. I have something similar to this in my drawers, but have used these type of dividers before and am considering going back to them. Users call them “easy to install,” “perfect” and a “great value.” One person even fixed them to the wall to display small toys.

A configurable, easy-to-install closet organization system
Here’s an entire closet organization system for under $150. It can be configured to span four to eight feet and comes with multiple shelves and hanging rods. Buyers call it “easy to install,” a “mind-blowing value” which “maximized storage space” and “the best money I’ve spent in a while.” Now I want this and am envisioning my well organized, well appointed closet.

A single serve coffee brew system that’s great for traveling and camping
This unique coffee brewer and travel cup is the number one bestseller in eco-friendly products on Amazon. It has over 1,100 reviews, 4.5 stars and an A from fakespot. You just put a little coffee in the reusable mesh filter, pour boiling water over it and your cup is ready in less than a minute! This would also make a great gift. Reviewers say it’s “perfect for backpacking,” “easy,” and “so much easier than using a regular paper filter” for pour-over coffee.

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  1. Nicegirl says:

    Off to buy the coffee ☕️ strainer cup. Genius!

  2. ariel says:

    Handbag organizer…. where have you been all my life.
    On the amazon list for the next payday purchase.
    Thank you.

  3. Mabs A'Mabbin says:

    I love the coffee cup. I’ve been in coffee making testing mode for about a year. I set out to try everything that doesn’t fit in the normal coffee maker trend of spending loads of cash for a machine that does ‘everything’ lol. Love presses and pour-overs. Old percolators. I’ll definitely give this a try, especially when I go backpacking. Bahahahahahaha! Me. Backpacking.

  4. Becks1 says:

    I need pretty much all these things in my life lol

  5. vegasschmegas says:

    I LOVE these posts! I’m buying those clothes storage bins. I love that you can pack them and see what’s in them!

  6. tuille says:

    I still use compostable paper filters for pour over coffee. Getting all the grounds out of the strainer takes too much time & water for me.

  7. Liz version 700 says:

    Love the see through storage containers they look exactly like my next payday purchase!

  8. Nicole(the Cdn one) says:

    I have eliminated single use plastic and so bought a bunch of re-useable storage bags, including ones similar to the ones here (from My one warning is that the ability to close them is variable. I use them for storing meats in the freezer mainly (I use glass containers and beeswax for oddly shaped items in the fridge) and I’ve had varying success with having them stay closed. You definitely cannot fill them too full, so you will want to have larger sized bags than you think you need and sometimes you need to clip them closed to “train” them to stay closed.

    The good news is you can stick them in the dishwasher and they clean beautifully.

    Part of me wishes I had waited until the technology got a bit better before investing in these (because I’m sure eventually the closure issue will be solved better) but if you are willing to put up with some quirks, they do replace single use plastic bags.

  9. goofpuff says:

    I love the purse hanger! that’s awesome. Let’s you see everything and keep stuff protected.

  10. PutnamPrincess says:

    I want almost everything in this thread.

  11. A says:

    The see through storage bins–I mean, Sterlite does have those clear plastic ones that are sturdy and snap closed that let you see inside from all angles, not just one zippable window? But I guess different strokes and all.