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Closet, Storage, and Office Organizers

Well-organized closets, storage areas, and office space can help you save time, open up your living quarters, and restore beauty and order to your home. Follow our easy ideas for storing anything and everything in your home.
  • Michelle La Berge

    Love the idea of using pipe insulation with a slit to organize cords - much neater and easier to label than twist ties!

  • Barb Paxton Humbert

    Tidy Cords by Martha Stewart: Use foam pipe insulation! Great idea I will try.

  • Wendy Cox

    Martha Stewart strikes again... this time with a cord organizing tip that doubles as an excellent safety tip. Love this idea

  • Carolina Oliveira

    Tidy Cords - 25 Closet, Storage, and Office Organizers - Organized Home -

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Brilliant!<<< I would have never thought of this! AH! I always have so many cords and this will definitely be helpful!!

Keep cords out of sight. Nothing will taint your beautiful workspace like a tangle of cords. To keep loose cords at bay, take this tip from Martha Stewart: Feed cords though a hole drilled in your desk, and mount a surge protector on the underside. Or, if you’d rather manage cords sans any permanent damage to your furniture, use Velcro strips or zip ties to secure them into an organized cluster.

cords stress me out. it stresses me out even more when i'm bent over the back of the couch and I can feel my lunch coming up and then I unplug the lamp instead of the computer cord. yes...this is a must

DIY - neat idea - cord pocket - from Easy DIY Projects - we wish we thought up - Photo: Timothy Wikander

Put the power strip inside the drawer and drill a hole in the back of the drawer to thread the cords through.

OMG this is adorable! Especially handy if you have to run a cable line in the other room or something, and no mess at the end because of the 3m sticky tapy stuffs. #diy

When attached to the underside of a desk, a kitchen basket is perfect for corralling cords.