There comes a time in every homeowner's life when reality sets in: There isn't enough cabinet space. It doesn't matter if you're living in a studio apartment or (which is currently for sale, BTW), you'll find a way to fill up every square inch. It's an unwritten law of the universe.
For $50, , and it doesn't involve abandoning your canned-food-hoarding ways. The company sells an extra-narrow pantry on wheels that can easily squeeze between your fridge and the wall, making use of that empty space — and practically doubling your storage space. The five-tier tower's shelves are a little over 5 inches deep, making them just the right size for storing jars of marinara, canned vegetables, vials of olive oil, and any other nonperishables bogging down your cabinets. The cupboard's on wheels, so you can slide it out when you need it, then tuck it away, keeping clutter out of sight.
Slide-Out 5-Tier Storage Tower, $50
You've probably seen similar DIY designs on , though for most of us, that's where the ingenious idea has remained: A pin, stuck on a "For the Home" board, to be tackled ... just as soon as you get to those 579 you pinned last fall. This version requires a third of the handyman skills (there's some basic assembly required) and saves you a trip to the hardware store.
To date, the slide-out pantry's gotten more than 1,500 reviews on Amazon, netting a 4.6 out of 5-star rating. If white plastic doesn't fit with your , though, Amazon sells similar rolling pantries in , and in .