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Mudroom Mailroom Your first line of defense against the assault of mail should be near the door you come in with your daily stack. Add a paper shredder and voila!

For the nook outside of the first floor guest room. Small But Efficient- Simplicity is key in small spaces. A cozy nook like this needs only the essentials. This built-in desk has one large drawer for files and smaller drawers for office supplies. Semicustom cabinetry options are an affordable way to get exactly what you want.

Everything needs its own place -- including shopping bags! Keep them neat and together for easy access.

Office Out Box: With meetings, school, practice, and pets, it's easy to lose track of time on busy mornings. A drop zone is a foolproof way to manage mail that needs to go out the door. Designate two trays -- one for bills to pay and one for outgoing letters -- near the entryway of your home to make sure nothing is missed.

SO HAPPY TO SAY THAT I DID THIS 4 YEARS AGO :) Hidden behind the hanging clothes on the back wall of your closet, this coat-hook rack doubles as a smart belt and scarf hanger in what was untapped closet storage space

I love the idea of the picture right behind the desk, at eye level. Think I will have to implement this in the craft room!

Take a storage lesson from this small desk space and add in storage wherever you can. Cubbyholes along the bottom of the desktop provide space for tucking in papers and notebooks, while a file cabinet below stores more supplies, as well as important paperwork. Above the desk, a shelf stores even more supplies, and magnetic strips act as a posting place for important notes and to-do lists.

color ideas for painted bankers desk project: go bold

This was just a plain bookcase. But with a door at the bottom, and a drop down desktop, it is pulling double duty.