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Ideas for Strategic Organization & Storage

Stop clutter from clogging up your home by taking an orderly approach to fixing pain points, such as your entry, kitchen, and closets.
  • Niki Sego

    A good addition to my 'future' kitchen command center! Kids can put homework or papers that need to me signed in them. Organization makes life easier! OFFICE

  • Christine Demrovsky

    Great school paper organization station!

  • Shawna McKay

    Love these family organization ideas! Gonna try them out over the Summer and hopefully into the next school year!

  • Andria Tye

    Great organizing idea for kids homework and school papers...

  • Gigi Swanson

    Like this idea for the office and the kids school work that seems to reproduce on our kitchen counters!

  • Lynn Bode

    kids school paper organization

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Kitchens, Command Centers, Schools, Offices, Organic Ideas, Families Organic, Kids, Paper Organic, Organic Stations

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