10 Products AT Readers Couldn’t Stop Buying in March

updated Apr 8, 2024
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We cover a lot of products each month at Apartment Therapy, and when our readers like them just as much as we do, our work feels that much more rewarding. Whether we’re reviewing a closet organizer that tackles your messy handbag collection or a piece of cookware that we’re using for daily meal prep, it’s always fascinating to see which picks get picked up by you. Last month, we covered a number of cool products that made furnishing, decorating, and organizing our spaces more exciting. When March came to a close, we once again wondered, which of those picks did you love, too?

We looked through the data and were delighted to find that so many of our favorite home finds have been such major hits with our audience, from a shoe rack one contributor uses to organize her cookware to a linen sheet set that won’t break the bank. Some of the top performers were expected, while others served as somewhat of a surprise. And, because you’re also probably curious to know which products your fellow readers have been using, we’re sharing the list. The products below are the best of the best — according to, well, you!

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was $199.99

If you haven't yet browsed Marshalls' clearance section, this is your chance to shop stylish furniture and home decor for less. Case in point: this DKNY side table. It's currently $50 off and sports a simple wooden frame with a white top (you also get a shelf underneath for extra storage). You could easily fit this table between your sofa and armchair or even use it as a makeshift nightstand.

2 / 10

If you like to promote airflow by leaving a door open during the warmer months, this retractable screen is the ideal solution for keeping bugs and pests at bay. Simply snap the track into place and use the included hardware to keep the door firmly in the frame. Once the weather cools, you can slide the door back into the frame without having to uninstall the entire unit.

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was $29.99

Improve your home's lighting with these easy, affordable motion-sensor LED lights. Whether you stick them under cabinets, closet shelves, or your bathroom vanity, they'll illuminate darker spaces without making you flip a switch. Even better, they have five brightness levels, so you can use them for ambient lighting instead of turning on the overheads.

4 / 10

Quince's linen sheet set is made of 100% European flax and is much more affordable than other sets made from the same material. Mark, AT's director of commerce, quickly came to love his set. "The linen has only gotten softer with each wash and shows no signs of wear," he wrote. "And I love that the sheets can be used all year round: They’ve kept me warm during the final days of winter, and because they’re so breathable, they’re ideal for the warmer days ahead." Snag your own set ahead of summer!

5 / 10

Upgrade your favorite reading corner with a new armchair, like this Studio McGee number from Target, which shoppers couldn't get enough of. Its wingback design is homey and unique, and customers note that the chair is just as comfortable as it looks. We also love the neutral upholstery, which allows it to blend in with a range of interior design aesthetics.

6 / 10
Five Below

Flowers for spring might not be groundbreaking, but they'll never fail to make your space look lively and joyful. This flower-shaped table is a perfect example, and it's only $5.55. It's also super lightweight, easy to assemble, and available in three happy hues. Snag one to hold books or a new plant baby.

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was $69.99

Although this sturdy bamboo bench was meant to double as a shoe rack, contributor Wendy actually uses it to store cookware in one of her kitchen cabinets — talk about thinking outside the box! "Larger pans and dishes fit beautifully on the two shelves and underneath," she wrote. "The shoe rack was so effective at organizing my bakeware that there ended up being some additional space in my cabinet to the right side of the rack, which allowed me to set up an additional small shelf that I had lying around." What's more, the rack's tan bamboo construction looks quite chic, which is nice even if it is behind cabinet doors.

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was $20.00

Yes, this little box is made of real marble, and it'll only set you back less than $20. It could be put to good use on a bathroom vanity, but it also works well on a coffee table or nightstand for odds and ends. It's no wonder Target shoppers are buying two or more at a time! Bonus: Despite the box's small size, you'll find it to be weighty and substantial.

9 / 10
was $199.00

A mirror will instantly make your space look bigger without requiring you to carry out any major renovations, and this one from Walmart is currently just $60. Deputy commerce editor Alicia also noted that it looks like something you could find at a much more expensive retailer. "I think that it adds a touch of elegance and also helps establish my living room area as a space that’s very separate from my kitchen (which is not divided by any wall)," she wrote in her review. By reflecting natural light, the mirror will also make your space look and feel brighter.

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There’s a reason this set of under-sink organizers is so popular on Amazon. Its L-shaped design with a smaller top fits around plumbing, and the spacious bottom portion can accommodate taller cleaning bottles. You can slide out the drawer for quick and easy access, too, and each organizer can support an impressive 50 pounds. The cherry on top is that you can put one in your kitchen and the other in your bathroom, tackling all of your organizing needs in one go.