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Forget vanilla manila. Never forget your notes again with these dazzling paper pocket folders. They're available in three color combinations to suit your mood, project, outfit or desk. And each pack contains six 9-by-12 folders to hold everything from letter-sized documents to tiny folded love...
Arrange your wall cabinetry just the way you want it. Collect as many of these clever cubes as you like, and transform any wall into a triumph of modern modular style and space-saving storage.
Just enjoy yourself. Stop worrying about where to put your phone while it's charging. This little docking station plugs right into any standard wall outlet, charging your iPhone while safely cradling it. Life ain't so bad at all if you live it off the wall.
This no-fuss modern shelving unit is all about simplicity, from assembly to functionality to style. Attach your modular shelves instantly with a super-strong adhesive tape — no diagrams or pegs! The combination of open-backed shelves and enclosed cubes gives you a range of storage possibilities....
There's nothing more modern than a grid, and this simple grid of shelves fits right up against the wall, appearing to float. It can also serve as a modern room divider in a more open space.
Your friends will think you built custom shelves when you fill a wall with row upon row of these staggered-style shelving units. Coming in two heights, these attractive, asymmetrical pieces can stand alone or be combined to fit any space perfectly. Ideal for home libraries, room dividers or even...
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This fresh take on a modern bookcase will hold all your stuff in style — and is easy on the environment to boot. It's sustainably made from recycled paper and uses paper dowels to hold the pieces together. But fear not, it's water resistant and each shelf holds up to 20 pounds. Your books, framed...
Hide all your cords and keep your gadgets organized and fully charged in one neat location. Slide your laptop, tablet and phones into one sleek bamboo holder for easy charging and tuck the cords away. You'll free up counter space and save yourself endless frustration over lost cords and dead phones...
I want this in a bad way. If you have children, you have stuff — and a lot of it. These are a perfect catch-all for book bags, coats, gloves, sports pieces and anything else that makes its way into the house. I love the idea of having a place to put stuff the minute you walk in the door.
This chalkboard organizer is so customizable. The amount of pockets can be specified, so if you want a bigger writing space in the middle, you've got it. Otherwise, the individual spaces for bills, magazines and all the other cluttered papers make it easy to sort and separate.
This bookshelf does it all. Use the Expedit as a room divider, closet organizer, or, you know, for housing a collection of books. The cubbies are also the perfect size for storing vinyl records.
It looks like a simple, non-intrusive wall cabinet, but this folds down into a desk. It would make a great space-saving workspace for my laptop, or my son's homework, and then it would fold neatly away when I'm done browsing Facebook — er, working.
If you're a fan of puzzles and mazes, you'll enjoy creating a unique shelf unit from this modular wood system. It's a sculptural way to show off your books and artwork.
These little guys are supremely helpful. Write the name of an appliance on the little face, attach to the corresponding cable, and never have to tear every single cord out of the outlet behind your TV ever again.
The Mark Brothers Cable Labels
Minimally invasive, this bookshelf uses the height of the room without taking too much space. Place fileboxes, books or any other decor that inspires you on it, but remember to not add too much.
No matter how much is on my to-do list, having bright and merry calendars on my office wall makes every project seem manageable.
Get organized without commitment! Not only can you wipe this chalkboard decal clean, you can also move it around, whether you need it in the kitchen, home office, or child's room.
This is just a beautiful piece for any kitchen or craft room. It's an investment for sure, but it's so incredibly perfect.
For those who are unsure of what to do with blank walls, try filling them up with bookshelves. It is an excellent way to keep a children's room organized and tidy while giving off a built-in look. These shelves also provide drawer storage, a perfect alternative for storing loose toys or extra...
There's no better way to plan a week's worth of meals or write down a to-do list than with this large chalkboard. Each week you can start anew and have fun with different chalk colors.
Need a desk but low on floor space? This wall-mounted desk provides drawer storage, a place for the laptop and a good work surface. Plus it's really cool-looking.
The sharp shape of this desk makes it a winner in my book. I'm particularly fond of the cross leg base and sleek drawer that doubles as a keyboard tray.
I would have loved this in my room as a child! Tree branches provide the storage, and the entire design is a whimsical approach to saving space in a kid's room.
Choosing a desk with ample workspace, as well as spacious room for your legs, is a must. I love that this desk is 59 inches long, which is perfect for laying out ideas and allowing my laptop to be open and in use without being pushed off to the side.
We're just wild about sawhorse tables and trestle tables, and this desk not only combines the two in a simple and sophisticated way, but adds a clever angled shelf for books and rolled up drawings.
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I cannot say enough about how versatile the Parsons Desk with Drawers is. I have one in my home, and as I move things around, it's been my computer desk, a console, a buffet, and currently serves as a dressing table in my room. This is a classic desk that whomever you give it to will hang onto for...
Japanese masking tape, also known as Washi tape, is a wonderfully versatile craft product. I cannot imagine life without it! Use it to embellish packages and envelopes, create collages, make labels, decorate vases, boxes, or picture frames — the possibilities are endless.
The addition of a console or buffet table can be a great way to store extra dishes while giving you more room to place accessories like picture frames and candles. I like this buffet from Ballard Designs because it's a gorgeous color and will provide much-needed storage in your space.
For those without a home office, this wall-mounted desk station is the perfect solution! I think it would look great in a kitchen or hallway, too.
Free-standing shelves — they have to be cheaper than a built-in unit. I also like the idea of being able to rearrange them. And if you move, you can take the whole set along with you!
Slick, stainless steel, magnetic dry-erase boards are awfully useful on the office wall to write down notes or messages. They can also work as idea or dream boards.
Bring in a little color and pattern while displaying your favorite photos and notes on this fabric-covered memo board.
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