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Cristin Priest {Simplified Bee} added this to Guest Picks: Stylish Storage Box Round-up
Wrapped in gray felt, this simple yet sophisticated box would be a great way to add texture and warmth to a space — not to mention a stylish way to house documents!
Laura Gaskill added this to 8 Steps to a Winning Filing System
5. Create main files and subsections. Now it's time to get to work creating your files. Take a look at the sections you made for your desktop file and set up the same sections in your file drawer. Then create files for more specific items within each section. For instance, your Home section might include Insurance, Mortgage and Repairs.A note on color choice: You could stick with one color for all of your hanging files or color code the main sections. The choice is yours — the important thing is to be intentional about your choice from the beginning and stick with it. I love peeking into my file drawer and seeing all the neat rows of matching yellow folders. It instantly makes me feel more organized.

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sjlasky added this to Filing
July 19, 2014
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June 29, 2014
Filing boxes
Lori Malone added this to whiteside
February 8, 2014
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payton04 added this to payton04's Ideas
February 1, 2014
Thought we could put locks and use these to make our own filing system
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January 19, 2014
Price and shipping
spaden123 added this to spaden123's ideas
July 21, 2013
File box idea
brittish_beauty added this to SMALL OFFICE
July 4, 2013
File box for shelve and floor storage
agsblend added this to Living Room Ideas
July 1, 2013
file felt boxes
holdenhbh added this to holdenhbh's Ideas
June 19, 2013
Can make
Alison Bancroft added this to alison_bancroft's Ideas
May 26, 2013
Love this!
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May 8, 2013
Felt, not cardboard
missy128m added this to Home Office Ideas
May 6, 2013
File it away
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April 26, 2013
Lauren's office
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April 15, 2013
Wrapped in gray felt, this simple yet sophisticated box would be a great way to add texture and warmth to a space — not to mention a stylish way to house documents! Felt File Box $59.95
jaf963 added this to Office
April 6, 2013
Cb2 file box
acouch added this to Great Office ideas
March 27, 2013
Felt File Box - $59.95 »by CB2 5. Create main files and subsections. Now it's time to get to work creating your files. Take a look at the sections you made for your desktop file and set up the same sections in your file drawer. Then create files for more specific items within each section. For instance, your Home section might include Insurance, Mortgage and Repairs. A note on color choice: You could stick with one color for all of your hanging files or color code the main sections. The choice is yours — the important thing is to be intentional about your choice from the beginning and stick with it. I love peeking into my file drawer and seeing all the neat rows of matching yellow folders. It instantly makes me feel more organized.
azdreamer added this to Organizing & Space Saving Tips
March 27, 2013
CB2 online store (crate and barrel parent company)
esweeney137 added this to Dream Office
March 27, 2013
Pretty container for filing!
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March 24, 2013
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Melissa added this to Home Office Ideas
March 9, 2013
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February 19, 2013
COVER BOXES WITH FLANNEL! LOVE IT!
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February 18, 2013
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February 13, 2013
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January 30, 2013
beautiful
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January 30, 2013
CB2 Felt File Box Price: $59.95 | Visit Store » Uploaded by Cristin Priest {Simplified Bee} Wrapped in gray felt, this simple yet sophisticated box would be a great way to add texture and warmth to a space — not to mention a stylish way to house documents!
pacificcoastglover added this to Cindy's Ideas
January 28, 2013
for my office instead of open storage baskets under desk - covered in a different fabric - maybe tan velvet or felt
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January 28, 2013
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January 26, 2013
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January 25, 2013
try to make this
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January 25, 2013
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Resource Management Company added this to KV's Musings
January 25, 2013
Source this. Absolutely splendid and stackable too. Just what I need.
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January 24, 2013
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ameritrash added this to ameritrash's Ideas
January 24, 2013
this would be nice for my office room
Trena B added this to Storage ideas
January 24, 2013
Looks good! Nice color!
AL B added this to office & org
January 23, 2013
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January 23, 2013
Office
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January 23, 2013
Organizing Life Decluttering 8 Steps to a Winning Filing System When you streamline your paperwork and digital files for easy use and maintenance, it's an organizational triumph Follow Laura Gaskill I am a proud new mama in the process of creating a home I love on a tight... More » 4 Bookmark Like Email Embed Click "Embed" to display an article on your own website or blog. Do you dread dealing with paperwork? I know I do. Facing down a mountain of unsorted paper must be among the least appealing household tasks, right up there with cleaning the bathroom — but only once it's gotten out of hand. A streamlined filing system that works well for you is easy to maintain in seconds each day and, best of all, means you will never have to face down a tower of paper again. And since today so much of our record keeping happens online, it is equally important to get those digital files in order. The eight steps that follow will lead you from paper disaster to a simple, easy-to-maintain, effective filing system that leaves no item unsorted. eclectic home office by Charlie Barnett Associates Add to ideabook by Charlie Barnett Associates by Charlie Barnett Associates 1. Gather all of your paperwork. The first step is to round up all the paper that needs to be dealt with: files, piles, boxes and bins — whatever you've got. Pour yourself a big cup of coffee and dive in, focusing on tossing unneeded paper and sorting the rest into general categories. It is really important that you do this first, because so often we file and store things we don't need, which only creates more work for ourselves. Sort now and you will have less filing to do later. modern filing cabinets and carts by The Container Store Add to ideabook by The Container Store by The Container Store Brocade Desktop File - $19.99 » 2. Pick broad categories for your desktop file. Keeping a small file on your desktop is a great way to stay ahead of paper-sorting chaos. The idea is to label your desktop file with a few (no more than 12) very broad categories that you can easily and quickly pop papers into. For instance, you might have files for home, work, finances, personal and to-do tasks. Think of this as a temporary holding area and get into the habit of using it daily. Once a week or when it's convenient for you, you can transfer the contents of these general files to your filing cabinet. traditional filing cabinets and carts by Ballard Designs Add to ideabook by Ballard Designs by Ballard Designs Original Home Office 3-Drawer File Cabinet - $229.00 » 3. Choose a small filing cabinet. How big is your filing cabinet? After purging old papers, you will likely find yourself with lots of extra room. Don't try to fill it! With so many of our records going digital now (see step 6 for more on that), it doesn't make sense to store tons of paper. Keep your system small and manageable by giving yourself less space to fill. modern storage and organization by Office Max Add to ideabook by Office Max by Office Max Brother PT70HK Labeler - $19.99 » 4. Be consistent with labeling. Before getting started, it is important to make a plan for the visual organization of your files. It's not just what goes into them that matters — messy handwriting and a jumble of multicolored folders can actually make things harder to find. If you have nice handwriting, choose one pen to use on all of your labels; if not, get a label maker. You won't regret it! contemporary filing cabinets and carts by CB2 Add to ideabook by CB2 by CB2 Felt File Box - $59.95 » 5. Create main files and subsections. Now it's time to get to work creating your files. Take a look at the sections you made for your desktop file and set up the same sections in your file drawer. Then create files for more specific items within each section. For instance, your Home section might include Insurance, Mortgage and Repairs.
april1966 added this to Office Space
January 23, 2013
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ajfeliciano added this to ajfeliciano's ideas
January 23, 2013
Felt File Box - $59.95 »
corddannen added this to Office Ideas
January 23, 2013
For mail storage before filing - Mer will probably hate this idea ...
anne829 added this to storage ideas and shelving
January 23, 2013
Good idea for files
housefun added this to main st.
January 23, 2013
love/desk
momsinger added this to momsinger's Favorites
January 23, 2013
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crunchyqi added this to random
January 22, 2013
felt covered box. Easy to make!
pkreynolds73 added this to storage ideas
January 22, 2013
the box
dionhishn added this to Art Walls
January 21, 2013
Might work for easy to access archives
janetblin added this to janetblin's ideas
January 21, 2013
Felt box
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January 21, 2013
felt file box
Cherie Knudsen added this to my office
January 21, 2013
My office
bnreisma added this to office
November 5, 2012
Felt file box
radita added this to radita's Favorites
May 2, 2012
My file box
jennmiller added this to Cooper Family Design
September 28, 2011
toy storage concept: too expensive. Something like this is a great option because it will grow with you from infancy to his teen years and won't look kiddish. If you wanted to pimp them up, we could make felt letters, or shapes etc and velcro them on the face for him to have an interactive surfact on which to work.
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August 21, 2011
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August 10, 2011
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August 9, 2011
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August 9, 2011
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Felt File Box

Wrapped in gray felt, this simple yet sophisticated box would be a great way to add texture and warmth to a space — not to mention a stylish way to house documents! — Cristin Priest {Simplified Bee}

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Category
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Style
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