Hanging File Folder Organizers
A vertical handing file organizer like this one can help you organize documents that you need ready access to. Best of all, you can hang it on the wall, so it takes up very little space.
A drawer divider can help keep all those little items in your desk drawers organized, so they don’t slide all over the place. Something like this drawer organizer may fit your needs.
There are many organizational tools for a home office that will keep the cords of your electronics from becoming a mess. If you have cords that will never be moved (such as the power and ethernet cables for your computer), this cord concealer is an attractive option.
If you’re looking for a less permanent way to manage cords, these two options may work for you.
For cords you only use once in a while, you can store them in a nice bag like this one to keep your desk clutter-free.
If your desk is a bit cluttered, or you need more accessible storage space in your home office, a rolling cart is a great option.
Having enough light in a home office is important because it helps avoid eye strain. Because overhead lights can cause glare, many writers use desk lamps, but a desk lamp can take up valuable workspace. Instead, try out a lamp like this one, which is small, very adjustable, and can be put on the floor or clamped to your desk, saving you room.
A bulletin board can be a great place to organize appointments, writing ideas, and notes to self, rather than having those clutter your desk or computer screen.
What organizational tools for a home office do you use? We’d love to hear in the comments below!