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erincarlyle
Erin Carlyle added this to Ask These 8 Questions to Get Your Family Organizing Station RightNov 21, 2017

6. Do I like the look of bins and baskets? While bins and baskets may not be your first choice for home decor, in my opinion they are a vast improvement over papers and junk taking up table or counter space in your kitchen. With a few supplies from an organizing store and a little coaching for reluctant family members, a wall-mounted command center can improve communication, get rid of piles and corral those tools you always need but can’t ever seem to find (scissors, tape, stamps). After all, it’s just as easy to put papers into a basket as set them on the table.Pro tip: If you choose a wall-mounted command center like the one pictured here, keep in mind that it isn’t supposed to replace a home office where you might work on larger projects or keep years’ worth of files. Working in relation to some other surface, like a kitchen table or island, this vertical space should help you corral paperwork and supplies that you use on a frequent basis.Browse wall organizers

kitcheneering
Kitcheneering added this to 8 Inexpensive Routes to a Family Organizing StationNov 20, 2017

1. Hang baskets and buckets on rails. Vertical organizing space might go on a wall in the kitchen, hallway, pantry or mudroom. Make it flexible by hanging items from rails or a pegboard; you can change the layout and type of storage as your needs change. This setup fits: Those of us who can’t stand a stack of mail and catalogs on the counter or wasting kitchen drawer space to hold junk.Tip: If your organizing station is in the kitchen, consider hanging non-kitchen items like the tape measure or your random collection of pens in your wall buckets. That way, you’ll gain back the kitchen junk drawer for cooking items.

dytecture
Dytecture added this to Customize Your Home Command CenterJan 17, 2012

4. Wall panels. Magnetic message boards, wire baskets and cups turn a wall into a command center.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

eli_tsou
E T added this to Command CenterSep 28, 2019

removable bins , hanging racks, magnet boards

artemis318
artemis318 added this to KitchenSep 24, 2018

1. Hang baskets and buckets on rails. Vertical organizing space might go on a wall in the kitchen, hallway, pantry or mudroom. Make it flexible by hanging items from rails or a pegboard; you can change the layout and type of storage as your needs change. This setup fits: Those of us who can’t stand a stack of mail and catalogs on the counter or wasting kitchen drawer space to hold junk.

fpichler
fpichler added this to Command CenterAug 7, 2018

I like the separate baskets for papers - could be by name , or topic. Not so keen on this layout otherwise

renoidea
renoidea added this to officeMay 16, 2018

4. Wall panels. Magnetic message boards, wire baskets and cups turn a wall into a command center.

ksviau
Tina VIAU added this to Family roomApr 29, 2018

Everything up on the wall 5/2 VA - Love

lcourtie
lcourtie added this to TipsApr 21, 2018

Hang baskets and buckets on rails. Vertical organizing space might go on a wall in the kitchen, hallway, pantry or mudroom. Make it flexible by hanging items from rails or a pegboard; you can change the layout and type of storage as your needs change.

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