Paperwork can be mounted to get it off of the counter or table! I would have to put it on the inside of a closet door or the back of a cabinet door. Pantry? Mud Room? Ok, I'm a bit OCD! Storage Solutions, Closet Doors, Organizations Ideas, Closet Offices Organizations, Offices Desks Organizations, The Offices, File Organizations, Desks Organizations Paper, Kitchens Organizations
Pantry Know-How Divide your pantry into cooking categories that match your lifestyle, such as breakfast, lunch, and snacks. Then eliminate hard-to-manage towers of canned good while making the most of limited pantry space with wire shelf dividers. Use slip-on undermount shelves to contain bread products and keep them safe from getting squashed; corral toast toppings on a lazy Susan. To simplify lunch prep, tuck bagging supplies into a basket for easy transportation to the countertop.
Create a corner office at home by zoning a section of a larger room (such as a living room or family room) as a work zone. Behind this desk, a large bookcase fulfills all the storage needs of this work area in one simple system.
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How To: Organize Items "Just Passing Through" Your Studio
I need to do this. I'm always finding things I need to return to people, donate and so on. It would be great to always have a place to put it until I have a chance to get rid of it....the dining room table just isn't cutting it anymore