Tiny apartment? No problem! These storage ideas for small spaces saved my stuff when I moved into my 400-square-foot studio!
34 Seriously Helpful Storage Ideas for Small Spaces
Place this by the living room sofa and you’ll have a footrest that secretly stashes items inside!
I LOVED these things when I lived in my studio apartment! You can stack them in multiple ways and build whatever you’d like. I used them as a bookcase/storage container/divider. It divided my living room from my bedroom. It’s lightweight, so super easy to carry if you need to move.
3. Wire basket coffee table with internal storage
How clever is this? You get a coffee table and end table with lids that lift up so you can store throw pillows and blankets inside.
Plants provide air-cleaning properties, and these hanging planters also draw the eye upward to make your space look bigger.
Declutter any desk with this desk organizer.
Lemme tell ya, if you are trying to organize your tiny apartment, you NEED baskets galore! The top one is a seagrass basket and was one of my favorite items in my apartment. It has a lovely smell and a cute boho/Scandi vibe. I used it for storing toilet paper in the bathroom, extra blankets in the living room, and I even put a potted plant inside!
Clear the pile of shoes when you enter your apartment with this bench shoe rack. It does double duty as a shoe rack and place to sit!
Floating shelves are another must-have for small apartments. They provide storage without taking up any space.
If you bike, you can finally store your bike without taking up too much space. This rack lets you store your bike vertically, saving you up to 3.5 feet of space!
10. Outlet shelf
Okay, this is SO cool! You can turn any outlet into extra storage space and you don’t even have to install anything! This is great for when you need to charge your phone at a random outlet without any table nearby. You can also put your Amazon Echo speaker or a small plant on it.
One tip for making a studio apartment look larger is to create separation. Make an entryway with this organizer with hooks. Hang your coats, scarves, keys and more.
Storage Ideas for Small Bedrooms
These are my FAVE way to store things under the bed because it’s sturdy and has wheels so you can easily take it out and put it back. Store sheets, knick-knacks, or shoes.
If your clothes drawer is a mess, this organizer helps you separate shirts, underwear, bras, and more.
Another clever storage ottoman hack! Place this at the foot of your bed and it can serve as a place to sit down and a place to store your extra blankets and comforters.
Storage Ideas for Small Bathrooms
Don’t you hate those tiny apartment showers with NO shelving? Where are you supposed to put your shampoo, conditioner, and body wash? This hanging shower caddy solves that problem and is a must-have for storage ideas for small spaces.
If you’re trying to conserve space in your tiny apartment, you can’t be putting clothes on the floor or even a large hamper. That’s why this over-the-door hanging hamper is such a great piece to get!
Small apartment, small bathroom. This over-the-toilet shelf rack and organizer lets you save space. You can even hang towels on it.
This is one of my favorite life hacks. Yes, they’re just tiny over-the-door hangers, but they have so many uses! I bring these with me when I travel so I can hang my purse, makeup bag, or towel on the door rather than place them on dirty counters.
Storage Ideas for Small Kitchens
Great for storing grocery bags, sponges, sandwich bags and more in your kitchen sink cabinet door.
I have these in my current home. They’re SO helpful because they let you see the spices in the veryyy back of the cabinet.
Think of all that unused space underneath your kitchen sink. This makes use of it!
SO genius! When you don’t have counter space, think UP. This over-the-sink drying rack and organizer maximizes your kitchen space.
Need a place to store some spices, hand towels, and paper towels without using up precious counter space? This is your solution.
Take an honest look inside your kitchen drawers right now…could they use these? Mine sure could!
Yet another storage idea for small spaces that optimizes those little nooks and crannies that go unnoticed! Slide this slim cart into the space between your cabinets and fridge and you get instant storage.
Use these to store your spices on your cabinet door. Clever!
Instead of stuffing pans into the oven, which you then have to take out when you want to use the oven, store them in this nifty organizer.
Maximize fridge drawer space and make it easy to find your food items.
Save countertop space by hanging paper towels.
These nifty storage containers fold flat when you’re not using them.
How cute is this copper hanging fruit basket?! Store your fruits on display and save space. Bonus: You’ll never forget to eat fresh fruits and veggies when they’re so easy to see all the time.
Storage Ideas for Small Closets
Okay, these space-saving vacuum bags are with me EVERYWHERE I go. One time, when I was moving, I couldn’t see out of the back of my car because the pillows and blankets I’d packed were SO fluffy. Solution: I put them into this bag, used a vacuum to suck the air out, and voila! So flat, and I could see out of the back of my car again. Get these!
This is so cool. You hang clothes on these than unlatch the hook, and it will store the clothes VERTICALLY, saving you space.
Double your storage space with these Shoe Slotz. Such a clever small space storage idea!
Got Any Storage Ideas for Small Spaces You Think I Should Know?
These storage ideas for small spaces are based on my own experience living in small apartments and based on research I did. If I missed anything, tell me in the comments below!