Marie Kondo’s new Container Store collection will make 2021 your most organized year ever

The new collection has 100-plus products that will definitely spark joy

Marie Kondo speaks on stage during the BlueCurrent session at the Cannes Lions 2019
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We've all read the book ("The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up"), watched the Netflix show ("Tidying Up"), and decluttered anything that didn't spark joy from our homes. Now it's time to shop: Organizing queen Marie Kondo is back with a new Container Store collection packed with everything you need to get your home in spick-and-span order.

Featuring a whopping 100-plus products, the Container Store x KonMari collection has sustainably-sourced organizational items for your closets, kitchen, office, kids' rooms, and storage areas. We're talking bamboo baskets, ceramic food containers, sleek closet hangers, rattan desk organizers, and much, much more. Kondo tapped into her Japanese heritage as inspiration for some of the pieces, such as the minimalist "Hikidashi" drawer dividers that are primed for all of your T-shirts, folded in the upright KonMari Method, of course. 

The tidying expert, who announced this week that she is pregnant with baby number three, became a household name—literally—with the release of her internationally best-selling book back in 2011. In it, she preached the gospel of sorting through household items in categories and discarding what doesn't bring positivity into your life, to use tidying up as a way of turning your home into “a sacred space, a power spot filled with pure energy."

The Kondo collab isn't the first time that the retail chain has collaborated with a media-famous organizing guru. Last year,  the Container Store partnered with Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin of the Home Edit, who also got the Netflix show treatment off the Instagram popularity of their color-coded storage solutions. You won't find rainbow brights in Kondo's collection, though—instead, the range is all about soothing, versatile neutrals that can work in any space. 

Take a look at some of our favorite pieces from the collection below:

Marie Kondo Cloud White Ceramic Bulk Canisters

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Cloud White Ceramic Bulk Canisters| $19.99-$26.99

These countertop containers are chic vessels for flour, sugar, and all of your bulk dried goods. View Deal

Marie Kondo Ori Rattan Honey Natural Curved Bins

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Ori Rattan Honey Natural Curved Bins | $29.99-$39.99

You can never have too many multipurpose baskets around the house, especially when they're as good-looking as these curve-handled catchalls. View Deal

Marie Kondo Diagonal In-Drawer Organizer

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Diagonal In-Drawer Organizer | $49.99
This sleek divider will ensure that nobody ever mistakes your utensil drawer for the junk drawer again. View Deal

Marie Kondo Clarity Document Box

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Clarity Document Box | $14.99

Albert Einstein once said: "A cluttered desk is a sign of a cluttered mind." Tidy both by sorting your bills, birthday cards, and other important documents in these watercolor-printed boxes.

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https://www.containerstore.com/s/marie-kondo-collection/shop-by-category/kids-organization/marie-kondo-wheat-yellow-kid's-wall-mall_mounted-bookshelf/123d?productId=11014889

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Wheat Yellow Kid's Wall Mall-Mounted Bookshelf | $19.99

This adorable shelf may be marketed for kids, but we could totally see it used as a fun way to corral all of our nail polishes. View Deal

Christina Izzo
Christina Izzo

Christina Izzo is the Assistant Managing Editor of My Imperfect Life. 


More generally, she is a writer-editor covering food and drink, travel, lifestyle and culture in New York City. She was previously the Features Editor at Rachael Ray In Season and Reveal, as well as the Food & Drink Editor and chief restaurant critic at Time Out New York


When she’s not doing all that, she can probably be found eating cheese somewhere.