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Shopping Guide: 12 Cool Things to Help You Organize Your Home

by on Mar 19, 2015

There are plenty of organizational items out there, to help you cut down on the clutter, or at least contain it. But finding something that is organizational and visually appealing? That’s a little bit more difficult to come by. Luckily though, there are some great pieces out there that fit into both of those categories. And they’re all together in one place. Here are 12 cool items to help organize your home.   

White and pink thick threaded hamper.

1. Grab this Doug Johnston Basket for blankets, toys, pillows, etc. 

A green paper holder with things in it.

2. Try this Norman Copenhagen Color Box for organizing books and magazines.

wooden hanger

3. Keep it simple with a low profile these space saving wall hooks from Knax. 

A white organizer shaped of a clock tower and castle.  In it a pair of scissors

4. Try this Skyline Desk Organizer for your office. 

Small colorful balls sit on the ends of wires.

5. Use this cheerful Herman Miller Eames Hang It All for coats and purses. My favorite! 

Several pieces of fabric are folded on top of each other.

6. Love these Hay box sets for organizing paperwork and photos. 

A wire laundry basket.

7. Try a metal basket from Poketo for organizing wrapping paper and craft supplies. 

"A Pad with Things to Organize Your Home"

8. Hang clipboards on the wall to organize important documents, mail, etc

A wooden disk is hanging from a rack on the wall.

9. Use a peg hook system from IKEA for hanging items. 

Three different cannisters of different shapes and patterns.

10. Keep your kitchen clutter-free with these cool Orla Kiely tin canisters

Wall-mounted shoes in shoe holders/organizers rest on a white wall.

11. Keep shoes in plain sight without keeping them in messy piles on the floor with some Knax shoe storage. 

a wooden box

12. Keep paperwork organized with this cool letter tray from Ferm Living. 

What are some of your favorite stylish organization tools? Share ’em the comments below!

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