Organization is key if you’re trying to keep a tiny space under control. To make the most out of your college dorm, bedroom, or small (but effective) work space, you’ll need to find ways to add storage wherever you can. While it can be challenging to maximize your space without creating a cluttered look, these space-saving storage bins make it possible. These storage boxes and baskets range in shape, size, and style, so you can find something that fits your overall aesthetic and organizing needs.
Some of these storage bins should be tucked away in closets, while others (like the on-trend rope baskets) are best left out on display. If you’d rather keep them out of sight, consider all of the places you can hide ’em: under the bed, inside closets and drawers, on top of shelves, the list goes on. While some of these top-rated bins are more decorative than others, all of them will make it easier to find exactly what you stowed away, especially if you go for the labeled or see-through options. Take a look at these best-selling storage bins — some with lids, wheels, or cute patterns — to get organizing, stat.
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Labeled Storage Cubes
Pick from one of five neutral colors, and then fill all eight storage cubes with clothes, spare linens, and other accessories. Then label them accordingly, so you can find exactly what you need without the hassle.
Plastic Storage Bin
Stick any odds and ends — cleaning products, bathroom extras, or snacks — in these durable containers. Unlike fabric options, these bins can be wiped down if there are any spills, crumbs, or sticky messes.
Fabric Storage Bin With Clear Window
The see-through windows give you a better look at what’s stored inside, so you can keep the rifling and mess to a minimum. Each bin comes with a lid, so they can be stacked on top of one another.
Decorative Storage Bins With Lids
Each one of these large storage bins can hold up to 25 lbs, making it a great option for thick blankets, bulky linens, or off-season outerwear. Even if you stick them on a high shelf, you’ll be able to grab a hold of them due to their dual-handle design.
Foldable Hyacinth Storage Baskets
If you have no choice but to leave your bins out in the open, opt for these four wicker baskets to match your boho or farmhouse decor. Just like the fabric options, they fold flat when not in use.
Patterned Foldable Storage Bins
Add some personality to your space with these six collapsible bins, which come in a mix of patterns and colors. At 10″ x 6.5″, they’re one of the smaller options on this list, perfect for holding small gadgets, makeup, and other day-to-day essentials.
Long Underbed Box With Wheels
Take advantage of any free space under your bed by sticking seasonal items in these rolling storage bins. Since they’re clear, you’re able to see what you have stowed away and can quickly access what you need when the seasons change.
Trapezoid Storage Bins
You may want some things like purses, throw blankets, and scarves to be visible when stored. Luckily, the unique shape of these open storage bins makes it possible, while still giving a polished look.
Cotton Rope Storage Baskets Bin
Invest in something that’ll last beyond your college years by going for rope storage baskets instead of fabric ones. Once you fill ’em with miscellaneous items, tuck them into cabinets and cabinets, or leave them out on display.
Large Felt Baskets With Carry Handles
Amazon reviewers rave about the sturdiness and practicality of these foldable felt baskets. Choose from light or dark grey, and then fill all three baskets with anything — and everything — you can think of.
Stackable Linen Storage Bins
These fabric bins pull double duty once stacked, becoming the perfect height for a side table or nightstand. The choice is yours: Hide what’s inside with the magnetic lid, or keep it open for easy access.
10-Piece Weave Bin Organizing Set
Keep everything, from desk supplies to cleaning products, organized in these plastic bins. You can easily wipe them down with a wet cloth to keep them clean, and even stack them inside one another when you’re not using them.
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