Better Homes and Gardens released this storage organization guide recently and I thought it’d be a good thing to share. I should have posted it early, and from now on I’ll post each month’s schedule withing the first week of the month. To read the whole storage plan on BHG, click here.
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January is all about the home office. Here is what they suggest doing:
•Create a Mail Station. Set up mailboxes on a desk, wall, or bulletin board. Or give each member of your family his or her own labeled box, bin, or slot.
•Stay on Schedule. Hang a large monthly calendar in a spot everyone can see and use it. Choose a paper calendar or dry-erase version, and encourage everyone to write important events, deadlines, and reminders.
•Organize Office Supplies. Outfit a desk drawer near your main working area with a divided tray or multiple small bins. Limit the number of office supplies in each compartment. Label each compartment with an adhesive label.
•Get Rid of Junk. Test all writing utensils. Toss everything that doesn’t work perfectly. Group similar items (pens, pencils, markers, etc) in canisters for easy access.
Of course, you can always go way more in detail, but I think their suggestions are a nice starting point.
I adore this choclate office, and I’m a huge fan of baskets.
via Southern Living
The modular desk systems and home office styling ideas from Pottery Barn are an organization junkies dream. …one day…
via Pottery Barn
love me an inspiration board
via Traditional Home
A super glam office
A Herman-Miller studio.