Neat & Nifty

in these eight cases, designers and space specialists get things organized, from the kitchen to the garage



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Order in the House

Organized living doesn't have to be a chore. These little homeowner helpers — for all over the house — make creating a tidy environment easy and fun.

Charles Viancin silicone drink markers, $7/six
. An organized party host makes for happy guests. Keep track of whose drink is whose with these just-in-time-for-spring washable winged beauties, kitchenkapers.com.

HangerJack, starts at $30.
Get things up and off the floor with this 24-inch handy extender arm; it retracts flat against the wall when not in use, hangerjack.com.

Boot Butler, $70.
This new closet storage solution for five pairs of boots helps you find the pair you need easily and quickly, bootbutler.com.

Fodeez Frames, $4-9.
Keep kids' artwork, photos, and to-do lists neat. Works on all smooth surfaces and can be reused several times, fodeez.com.

The Tower by The Art of Power, $99.
Provides easy access to power outlets and USB ports all in one spot, theartofpower.com.

PB Teen script monogram wall jewelry organizer, $149.
24 inches high, comes in a variety of colors, pbteen.com.

Kate Spade Saturday jewelry tree, $29.
Beads and bangles are easy to see on this stylish tree, in black, West Elm, Birmingham, westelm.com.
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