One of the most useful pieces of photo equipment for home shots only costs a $1, and that's a largish piece of white card. What I do is I put it on a dresser we have and curl it up the wall, sitting the object to weigh down the card so it doesn't move. I then use bounce flash to shoot, with an over exposure by the flash of 1 stop. Usually I use a macro lens due to the excellent resolution and set it around f11 for maximum across the frame sharpness. My Micro-Nikkor easily outresolves the D600 sensor, so no issues getting details, and also allows for deep cropping. Because of this, getting back a little to increase the depth of field, is usually a good idea.
Almost perfect product shots for a $1 outlay.