When we came across this wooden Rhino Box, we instantly pictured placing it on our desks and storing tech accessories like thumb drives or ear buds inside the delightful wooden animal sculpture. As much as we love our technology, it's nice to keep them hidden when we aren't using them. Here are some great little cases we'd love to store our tech in.
Karl Zahn Animal Rhino Box ($49): Who wouldn't love to have this cute, yet powerful rhino sit on a bookshelf, your desk or even your nightstand? Its belly provides a convenient tech storage space and it adds some playfulness into a home workspace. The rhino is made from a light beech wood and opens with built-in hinges.
Kukka Blocks ($15): The Kukka Blocks collection comes with four different beech wood products crafted specifically for desk organization. A1 was originally made to be a pencil holder, but we think this set can be repurposed to store your tech as well. The collection also comes with a nice felt case, which would fit a mobile device or iPod nicely, with some earphones.
Hemingway and Pickett Coin Dish ($40): This coin dish was made to be the perfect spot to keep your keys and spare change with its "piggy bank-like" storage. The blonde wood base is removable so you can keep whatever you want inside and get easy access to it. We'd place this coin dish on our desk and keep thumb drives inside and maybe vinyl toys on top.
Ash and Porcelain Desk Catch-All ($65): This is one of the prettiest desk organizers we've seen that is functional and great eye candy at the same time. With a modern design and a mix of natural materials like wood, leather and porcelain, this organizer would be a nice complement to all the tech we keep in our home offices.
Monsieur Postman ($24.99): Another organizer we'd like to repurpose is this mail holder. It comes with built-in metal compartments and magnets on the back that we could stick onto a metal computer for safekeeping.