Handsome cups and mini trays organize desk and vanity essentials, keeping clutter at bay. The set of trays in the photo above even features magnets, allowing you to reconfigure the set to suit your space. Mess, be gone!
Living in a small space comes with its ups and downs. One thing is for sure: learning to do it right and keep it organized is an art. But once you figure out a system that works for you, it's like a well oiled machine.
If you're like me, your desk is a mess. Jumbles of paper above, jumbles of cords below. You may not even notice until you take a break, really look at your desk, and realize all that clutter is stressing you the hell out. Apartment Therapy to the rescue! From our video archives, here are two one-minute tips for a serene and stress-free workspace.
One of the tricks of living in small homes and apartments is making good use of your vertical space — maximizing wall potential and increasing storage. Good 'ol pegboard is a go-to for every room in the house.
Sometimes I think toy cars are like LEGO; they just keep multiplying forever until they take over your space. And, like LEGO, they can cause some serious damage if you step on one. So it's important to have a good storage system. We've rounded up some options before, but here are a few more to inspire you to get organized.
iPhone desk docks are a common sight, but this is the first I've seen with an accompanying section for eyeglasses, a welcome addition for four-eyed types like myself who like to practice a "same place" landing spot habit for both phone and spectacles while at the desk or by the bedside. Available in either maple or walnut wood, with the option for custom labels.
If you are planning to plant a garden this year, you probably have some
garden supplies that need organizing. Here are some creative storage ideas for a
variety of spaces using things you might already have at home.
It used to be desktop organizers only had to accommodate for sheets of paper, pens, and maybe a few paperclips. These days, we're more prone to worry where to park our smartphone or our wireless mouse once we're done for the day. The STATION Caddy above is an example of traditional material shaped for the tech needs of today, slotted to fit an iPhone, alongside a myriad of other home office items that would otherwise be cluttering your desk area...