Under-the-bed drawers, oakwood trays, porcelain toothbrush holders—these are just some of the reasons Japanese brand Muji is one of our favorite sources for organizing essentials. The simple yet effective products make any room look calm and collected, and now they’re more accessible than ever before. Nearly 100 Muji products just launched on West Elm’s site, making it the largest assortment of items offered online through another retailer in the United States.
Muji’s streamlined accessories play nicely with the company’s array of mid-century modern–inspired furniture and decor and are slightly more affordable than its existing organizing tools (the average price point is $20). Got serious tidying on the brain? In the mix is the complete deep-cleaning collection, which features a floor mop, two microfiber pads, a broom, a dustpan, and an extra-large lint roller, because sofas and curtains collect hair and dust, too. The seven-piece system is designed for small spaces: The telescopic pole shrinks down so it can live on a shelf or in the cabinet under the kitchen sink when not in use.
Other cult favorites worth adding to your cart: the Ultrasonic Aroma Diffuser (so rooms smell as good as they look), refillable soap dispensers (cut down on waste), and gel ink pens (a bullet journaling necessity). The next time you go on the hunt for wall art or faux holiday wreaths, treat yourself to one of these productivity-inducing pick-me-ups.
This story was originally published on November 16, 2020. It has been updated.
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