Make Organizing Fun: Home Office Solutions for Cords, Cables and Devices

Make Organizing Fun: Home Office Solutions for Cords, Cables and Devices

Julienne Lin
Jun 28, 2012

It's a never-ending struggle between us and all the cords, cables, and devices when it comes to keeping our home office tidy. Here are a few of our most recent favorite organizers, from earphone wire winders to wooden personal butlers.

Butler Organizer: How many times do you go running out the door only to run back in for your keys or your phone? The Butler was designed to hold your keys, wallet, phone and glasses so that doesn't happen anymore. When you leave the house, the Butler is there holding everything you dropped off. I love that there's even an extra slot to charge your phone while it's in the Butler.

Donut Earphone Wire Winder: As much as I love my doggy wire winder, I can't resist when I see other cute wire winders for my earphones. These little music donuts are sweet and come in a variety of colors. They work for any MP3 players or the iPod or iPhone.

Cablox: Cablox is a wire management system that is meant to be stuck under your desk or on the side so you can slip wires through it and adjust your wires as needed to stay neat. The flexible tips on the Cablox allow you to shorten your wires, fasten them or or bundle them up together.

Leaf Tie Cable Organizer: If your only option is to tie cords up, you may as well do it with pretty ties like these leaf ones. Slip one end of the stem to the opening under the leaf and fasten them around your cord bundles.

Urbandrift Desk Organizer: Rob Southcott designed an organizer in the shape of a city skyline. The Urbandrift can store anything from pens to a large envelope to your phone. Place your desk belongings among the skyscrapers.

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