Deals on storage for your home

Score a stylish two-cube organizer, a folding metal shelf perfect for small spaces, a fashionable storage bench, and more.

Melanie Stetson Freeman/Staff
Table legs crafted by professional woodworker Jonathan W. McLean who uses hand tools to make fine furniture in his workshop in Framingham, Mass.

You'll find tools to get your living space in order with this week's best home deals. Score a stylish two-cube organizer, a folding metal shelf perfect for small spaces, a fashionable storage bench, and more.

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Threshold 2 Cube 13" Organizer Shelf
Store: Target
Price: $24.99
Shipping: In-store pickup, or free shipping on orders of $25 or more
Lowest By: $5

Whether you need to organize knick-knacks or books, this Threshold 2-cube 13" shelf is a stylish addition to any room. You'll save $5 on this affordable piece, which is available in five colors (Natural pictured). Opt for in-store pickup, or bag free shipping with orders over $25. It measures approximately 30" x 16" x 15".

Origami General Purpose Folding Metal Shelf
Store: Home Depot
Price: $37.15
Shipping: In-store pickup, or $5.99 s&h
Lowest By: $16

Perfect for smaller spaces, this Origami metal shelf in Pewter requires no assembly and can be easily folded completely flat for storage when not in use. This shelf has optional casters to make the shelf even easier to move around. It measures approximately 36" x 14" x 4", and has a 250-lb. weight capacity.

ClosetMaid Cubeicals 12-Cube Organizer
Store: Walmart
Price: $60.99
Shipping: Free shipping
Lowest By: $6

Store books, games, folded clothes, and more on this ClosetMaid Cubeicals 12-cube organizer in Espresso. You'll save $6 on this shelf, which can be displayed either vertically or horizontally to better fit your space. It measures 47.56" x 35.91" x 11.69".

Threshold Open Storage Bench
Store: Target
Price: $113.99 in-cart
Shipping: Free shipping
Lowest By: $56

With a modern design, this Threshold Open Storage Bench in Salsa looks great in an entryway or living room, but also provides plenty of storage to make it appropriate for mudrooms and laundry rooms. It features 3 open cubby compartments that are perfect for organizing kids' school materials and shoes, and making your mornings less hectic. It measures 21" x 47" x 17". To get this deal: Add this bench to your cart. Then, click this link, and the price will drop by $5.

Rubbermaid 60" Garment Closet
Store: Walmart
Price: $34
Shipping: In-store pickup, or $5.97 s&h
Lowest By: $10

Great for storing your seasonal clothes or acting as a makeshift closet, this Rubbermaid 60" garment closet is a simply designed, lightweight, and reportedly easy-to-assemble piece. It features a front-zip closure, a clear window that allows you to easily see its contents, and works well for both short- and long-term storage. The cover is made from breathable fabric to prevent mildew growth, and it measures 63" x 60" x 19".

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