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Life is messy and chaotic — but that doesn’t mean your home has to be. For me, my apartment is my safe haven. It’s the space I feel most comfortable and at peace in, especially when it’s clean. I may not have every aspect of my life together, but at least I can run a tight ship at home with a few great Amazon finds.
I swear, all these Amazon home goods can make life feel a little more organized and tidy. You won’t believe how much a laundry bag on wheels helps, whether you have a big house and tote laundry from room to room or carry your clothes down the street to a laundromat.
Take a look below at these nine Amazon home finds that will make it feel like you have your whole life together. You know what they say — fake it until you make it!
1. Carote 11-Piece Nonstick Cookware Sets, $129.99 (Orig. $139.99)
Carote’s all-white granite nonstick pots and pans will look uniform in your home. Plus, they’re perfect for small kitchens, as the removable handles fit into even the narrowest cabinets. This set includes two frying pans, two saucepans, a deep frying pan with a lid and two interchangeable handles. The set also comes with two fridge storage lids to put over the saucepans, so you can use them to store leftovers.
2. Self-Adhesive Gold Paper Towel Holder, $11.98
Keep your paper towels close to where you need them without them getting in the way. This stick-on bar can be placed under cabinets or on a wall to hold paper towels in the kitchen or the bathroom. You can also drill these into the wall, but the self-adhesive is incredibly sticky, so you don’t need to.
This oversized bag has durable wheels on the bottom, so it’s perfect for hauling all your clothes to the laundry room or groceries back home. It comes in three stylish metallic colors, too: Rose gold, silver and shiny black.
When you finally get the chance to reorganize your closet, makeup, pantry or all your electronic cords, use this label maker. It looks like a mini typewriter, but it actually connects with your phone via Bluetooth to print out custom labels and dates.
5. Nori Press, Compact Iron & Steamer, $120
This iron and steamer looks like a flat iron for your hair — and it pretty much works like one, too. Clamp it over clothes to remove wrinkles, or turn on the steam function and float it over tops, dresses, pants and more.
6. Bedside Water Carafe Set, $12.89 (Orig. $18.99)
Wake up often in the middle of the night and need a drink? Keep this bedside water carafe set on your nightstand. It comes with a glass that doubles as a lid, so you can take a sip without turning on all your lights or making your way to the fridge.
Yes, you should pick your clothes up off the floor and wash your dirty dishes. But you should also give most surfaces in your home a wipe-down, too, with a multi-surface cleaner like this one from Blueland. Here’s how it works: Fill the bottle with water, and drop in a tablet. Allow it to fully dissolve, and voila! You have 24 ounces of multi-surface cleaner. This set includes one shatterproof refillable BPA-free bottle and four concentrated Blueland Multi-Surface Cleaner Tablets in a fresh lemon scent.
8. ELPHECO Bathroom Trash Can with Lid, $34.99
This slim, 2-gallon bathroom trash can has a battery-operated automatic lid. Simply wave your hand over the top to open it, and it will shut when you’re done. It’s an easy way to hide trash and make your bathroom feel a little more elevated.
9. Marco Almond Kitchen Knife Set, $49.99 with coupon (Orig. $89.99)
These knives are business on the top and party on the bottom, thanks to their fun rainbow blades. You may recognize them from Selena Gomez’s HBO cooking show — she’s used them on there. However, if you cook or want to cook more, a good knife set is a necessity you shouldn’t skip.
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