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30 Great Home Office Organizing Tools

by Grace Bonney


For all its minuses (cold weather, gray skies, no new Homeland episodes), January has a few big pluses, one being the overarching clean slate feeling that the month brings. So all month, I’ll be focusing my product roundups on organizational tools. Today I’m kicking things off with the office, home or otherwise. I’m struggling to get my own office in order (seriously, why is everything still covered in glitter?), so I wanted to start with some great tools that would help keep any space spic and span. Like always, I think any organizational project is a chance to extend a theme or personal style, so I’ve tried to mix in some trend- and design-conscious pieces along with the basics we all need. I narrowed down this list to my 30 absolute must-haves, but you can view my full research extras (60 more organization options) right here on Pinterest. xo, grace

Image above: 1. Magnet Strips $5 each | 2. File Folders $7.50 | 3. Magazine Files $6.99 for 2 | 4. Shagreen Pocket $11 | 5. Paper Holder $45 | 6. Wall File $30 | 7. White File File $25 | 8. Grass Letter Holder $10 | 9. Letter Sorter $8 | 10. Magazine Rack $170


Image above: 1. Birch Boxes $30 for 4 | 2. Blue Box $16.99 | 3. Triangle Bag $1.99 | 4. Dotted Box $4.99 for 2 | 5. Knodd bins $14.99 each | 6. Braided Basket $24 | 7. Canvas Bin $90

15+ More Office Organization ideas after the jump!


Image above: 1. Expedit $159 | 2. Comonibili $169 | 3. Drawer Shelf $55 | 4. Wall Shelf $65 | 5. TPS File Cabinets $159 each | 6. PS Cabinet $50


Image above: 1. Concrete Magnets $11.95 | 2. Peas USB Hub $32 | 3. Paper Clips $3.99 | 4. Cloud Magnets $7.95 | 5. Cable Clips $9.99 | 6. CableDrop Cord Clips $9.99


Image above, clockwise from top left: Desk Caddy $30, Vintage Wall Pockets $60, Wall Organizer $25, Whitewashed Shelves $899

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