Practical and inspiring solutions for organizing your work desk

Nobody likes it when their desk is all cluttered and when there are all sorts of things all over the place. When you’re working you like everything to be organized properly and everything to be in its designated place. This way you can always find the thing you’re looking for without wasting time. It’s also more pleasant to work in a clean and properly organized environment. We know all that and that’s why we decided to give you some tips and ideas on how to organize your work desk.

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You don’t need much space to organize everything properly. Even a small desk can be very practical and it can provide plenty of storage. The key is to know how to use that space effectively. This desk, for example, features two drawers underneath the desktop.

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The larger one is further divided into multiple compartments of multiple sizes and shapes and they are used to store all sorts of office supplies such as pens and clips. Then there’s the door than opens on the right side of the desk and that hides the system unit and also has a shelf, perfect for storing documents.

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If the drawers and shelves incorporated into your desk’s design are not satisfying your storage needs, then you can also add some more storage spaces. For example, the front in front of your desk (assuming that the desk in placed against a wall) can be used to hang all sorts of compartments for pens, notes and everything else you might want to get off the desk so that you can have more free space when you work.

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A more ingenious solution would be to try a more inventive DIY project. For example, you can turn some old neckties into storage spaces for your office supplies. It’s simple and quite fun to make them too. Besides the ties you will also need a clothes hanger, fabric scissors, seam ripper, an iron, some thread and solid colored scrap fabric, a permanent marker and fabric glue.{pictures from iheartorganizing and crafttestdummies}.