12 Smart and Useful Closet Organizers You Can Buy on Amazon

12 Smart and Useful Closet Organizers You Can Buy on Amazon

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If you’re done with opening your closet and being met with an avalanche of shoes and not-so-folded sweaters, then you might be ready to upgrade your wardrobe experience with a closet organizer or two. But not all dividers and shelving units are created equal. If you’re looking for shoe racks, knit dividers, and tidy cubby shelves but aren’t finding anything that looks minimalist or stylish, we’re here to help. From whole-closet organizing systems to small products that are designed to tidy a single thing, ahead are some closet organizers that are as useful as they are beautiful — and you can score each one on Amazon.

Sarah M. Vazquez also contributed to reporting. 

Marlen Komar

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Marlen is a writer first, vintage hoarder second, and donut fiend third. If you have a passion for finding the best taco joints in Chicago or want to talk about Doris Day movies, then she thinks an afternoon coffee date is in order.

This Editor-Favorite Nonstick Sheet Pan Is Now Available in a Juicy New Color (and It’s Likely to Sell Out)

This Editor-Favorite Nonstick Sheet Pan Is Now Available in a Juicy New Color (and It’s Likely to Sell Out)

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The Great Jones Holy Sheet rimmed baking pan is an editor favorite here at Kitchn for many reasons. First, it’s got a great name (we can never resist a pun). Second, it comes in two sizes for truly efficient cooking. It’s definitely one of the best quality sheet pans we’ve ever used. Finally, we love the colors. We thought they couldn’t get any better, but Great Jones’ latest hue is more gorgeous than we could even imagine. 

When the pan originally launched in 2019, we mooned over the deep and rich Blueberry — it shook up the sheet pan landscape as we knew it! Once they introduced a dark green called Broccoli, we knew we’d never go back to our boring old gray pans again. But the company’s newest sheet pan color truly takes the cake (or, um, cookies): It’s Raspberry!

Great Jones’ Raspberry is bright and luscious, like the fruit crumble of our dreams, and it’s made with the same high-quality aluminized steel as the rest of their sheet pans. We’ve put this pan through the ringer in our own kitchens, and we can definitely report that the steel rods and thick rolled edges can stand up to high heat. You can’t warp these pans if you try. Unlike other baking pans, these are coated with ceramic, a naturally nonstick material for stress-free baking.

Raspberry is available now: You can snag your own in Great Jones’ original Holy Sheet (that’s standard size for $40), or their wildly useful Little Sheets (the Holy Sheet in miniature; perfect for reheating leftovers in the oven, and sold at 2 for $45). But their Sheet Show — heh, heh — deal is where it’s at. For $85, you’ll get a Holy Sheet and TWO Little Sheets, in whatever color you fancy.

Rochelle Bilow

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Rochelle Bilow is a graduate of the French Culinary Institute, the former social media manager at Bon Appétit Magazine and Cooking Light Magazine. She has also worked as a cook on a small farm in Central New York, and a Michelin-starred restaurant in New York City. Connect with her @rochellebilow.

This Barista-Approved Glass Travel Cup Makes My Weekday Coffee Feel so Much Classier

This Barista-Approved Glass Travel Cup Makes My Weekday Coffee Feel so Much Classier

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I don’t claim to be a coffee expert — I’m still trying to make the perfect cup of joe out of my French press every morning — but I do know two things for sure about my favorite morning pick-me-up. The first is that it brings me joy, obviously. The second is that there’s something about drinking coffee out of a glass cup that makes the whole experience even better.

For instance, I know I’m in a fancy coffee shop when I’m served a latte in a glass cup, the kind with grooved sides that widens at the top. I love watching the coffee and milk swirl together when I stir it with a spoon, something that us hot coffee drinkers don’t get to enjoy as regularly as iced coffee fanatics. So you can imagine my joy when I discovered the world’s prettiest glass travel coffee cup, the KeepCup.

These barista-standard reusable coffee cups were created in Melbourne, Australia, aka the coffee capital of the world. They have the most intentional design I’ve seen in a travel coffee mug, from the size of the mouthpiece to the way the cup curves so it fits perfectly in my hand. What makes them especially unique is that they come in different sizes that accommodate different coffee drinkers, ranging from extra small to large. I find that the small size is ideal for espresso drinks such as lattes, cappuccinos, and flat whites, while the large size seems like it would be perfect for filling with drip coffee from your home coffee maker and taking it with you.

In case you’re wondering, they do sell plastic cups for anyone who doesn’t trust themselves with breakable glass on-the-go, as well as thermal cups if you’re a stickler for keeping coffee piping-hot. However, if you’re someone trying to turn your to-go coffee into an experience worthy of an Italian café (ahem, like myself), then the brew-style glass is for you.

Lately, I’ve been using my KeepCup for when I treat myself to an afternoon latte from one of the cafés nearby to bring home and enjoy while I finish the workday. It’s lightweight and easy to toss in my bag, plus it helps cut down on waste from using disposable coffee cups.

I tend to even use it with coffee I’ve made myself at home — it makes a regular coffee feel a little bit special. It’s also speedy to clean, unlike a normal travel mug that usually requires a bottle brush. Plus, they’ll make great gifts for any coffee lover because they come in so many styles and colors, but I think the glass cup with the cork band can’t be beat.

Now excuse me while I sip on my latte from my room, imagining I’m sitting outdoors at a café in Barcelona overlooking the Mediterranean.

I Always Avoided White Bath Mats Until I Found This One That Doesn’t Get Grimy

I Always Avoided White Bath Mats Until I Found This One That Doesn’t Get Grimy

Britt Franklin

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Britt is a stargazer and sunrise-chaser with a collection of magic erasers, and a fascination with the fantastic. A storyteller at heart, she finds inspiration in all the small things, and can likely be found singing show tunes, catching up on K-dramas, or going on adventures to satiate her natural-born wanderlust. (Sometimes even all at the same time.) An all-around creative, Britt has worked in various facets with Scene Louisiana, The Nerd Machine, and The Daebak Company, Inc.

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I Tried Parachute x OSEA’s New Shower Mists & My Bathroom Has Never Felt So Luxe

I Tried Parachute x OSEA’s New Shower Mists & My Bathroom Has Never Felt So Luxe

Blair Donovan

Shopping Editor, Style

Blair is Apartment Therapy’s Style Shopping Editor, where she covers the latest brand launches, need-to-buys, and anything related to her two unofficial beats — cane and rattan. Whenever she’s not perusing for the latest home finds (a rarity), you’ll probably find her reading, watching a horror film, or on the hunt for the best tacos in New York (recs are encouraged).

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