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    Office closet organization Alio office organization

  • Katie Allison Dyer

    Home office closet storage

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    Closet Office Organizing

  • Jennifer Chamberlain

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    ORGANIZATION OFFICE CLOSET Open & Shut Cases Max out avail space in an office closet with adjustable wire shelving. Use open baskets for supplies you access regularly and boxes with lids for infrequently used items. Divide papers to be filed in layered trays and set up file folders for items that require action in the upcoming month. Store large items at the base of a closet in vintage suitcases or wicker trunks -- or tuck these decorative holders under a work counter or desk if room allows.

  • Kelly Muehlstein

    Quoted from Better Homes and Gardens: Max out available space in an office closet with adjustable wire shelving. Use open baskets for supplies you access regularly and boxes with lids for infrequently used items. Divide papers to be filed in layered trays and set up file folders for items that require action in the upcoming month. Store large items at the base of a closet in vintage suitcases or wicker trunks -- or tuck these decorative holders under a work counter or desk if room allows. Office Perks Round up top-of-desk items such as pens, pencils, and scissors in stylish holders, such as new, empty 1-gallon paint cans wrapped in pretty scrapbooking papers. Use other decorative holders, such as a silver cup, muffin tin, or vintage mason jars to hold clips, staples, or stamps in fashion-forward style. Split Personality Have a spare room that needs to multitask? Tap into the double-duty power of a secretary. It's well-suited as a mini home office most days and a bedside table and dresser when guests come to visit. Increase the room's storage capacity by capping the foot of the bed with vintage suitcases or a lidded bench -- both make it easy to keep extra blankets at the ready. Closet Cleanup Tackle an overcrowded closet by emptying the contents and creating piles of items to keep, donate, and toss. Determine how much hanging room you need for dresses, shirts, and pants in your "keep" pile. To hang twice the amount of clothing in the same space, add a second rod to your closet. Savvy Shoe Storage Shoes, glorious shoes: It seems you can never have too many, until you try to find a way to successfully store them. Baskets might be space-effective, but they're inefficient and far from user-friendly. Down-low racks can present an orderly front but they still make it hard to see what you own at a glance. The solution: clear boxes stored at eye-level or above so you can see what you have and easily access the perfect pair. Handbag Organization If you have purses stuffed into closets, tucked under the bed, and stashed in drawers, it's time to take inventory. Weed out worn or out-of-style pieces, keeping only those you love and will use. Then hang your purses in a prominent location so they're easy to spot and grab. Shower rings make it a snap to hold bags aloft on a closet rod. Jewelry Box When it comes to accessories, you're less likely to waste money on a duplicate (or buy yet one more piece) if you can clearly see what you already have. With this in mind, hang jewelry inside shadowboxes on a walk-in closet wall or above a vanity. Support Crew Clean up your act in the laundry by installing a countertop above a front-loading washing machine and dryer. The work surface is ideal for folding and sorting clothes and holding cleaning supplies. Got top-loading machines? You can still boost your storage capacity by hanging a shelf above the units. Add a rod for drying delicate garments. Bright Idea Turn gardening chores into an enjoyable pastime by bringing an old shed to life with colorful paint. Transform the shed walls into organization superstars with sheets of practical pegboard, which make it simple to hang shelves and hooks and rearrange tools as needed. To make weeding and pruning a grab-and-go affair, hang frequently used tools on the inside of the shed's doors. PREV 18/18 NEXT Popular Slideshows Clever Ways to Store Clothing Accessories Jewelry, belts, shoes, and purses are the favorite... How to Pick a Color Scheme Having trouble picking the perfect color scheme fo... Pops of Color Kids' Rooms Just say no to white walls and boring neutrals. Br... Related Tools * Try a New Color Scheme * Find the Perfect Furniture Arrangement * Get Weekly Storage Tips * Get Decorating Inspiration Every Week

  • Tiara Chunn

    Home Office closet organization

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