We’re spring cleaning here at Smart Furniture, and I thought I’d take a look around to find some of the best organizers in our catalog. Because no matter what, if you don’t have the right tool for the job, you’re not going to end up with as good a result, right?
In the spirit of spring cleaning, I’ll de-clutter this blog post of any more unnecessary words and just give you our list, in no particular order, of the best organizers out there.
Smart Shelves, the original Smart Furniture shelving system,
is modular, re-configurable, and easy to add onto.
Blu Dot’s Juice Box puts a classy modern twist on the charging
station. Keep your electronic devices organized in style!
The Unit 1 entryway organizer by Kalon Studios
is one of the best put-together multi-function organizers
out there – and it looks great!
Now we’re getting into the icons. The Eames Hang-It-All from
Herman Miller is far from unfamiliar to most of us, and it’s one of
the most playful (and effective!) coat hangers on the market, period.
For those who want to keep their entryway stocked with things that
don’t hang, there’s the Entryway Cubbie Shelf – it’s affordable,
attractive, and anti-clutter.
Herman Miller’s Cognita Bench is out of production, and nearly completely unavailable. But it’s at Smart Furniture! File folders, blankets, and small office items can all live inside Cognita, and it’s also a comfortable bench! Dual purpose organization at its finest.
The Offi W Magazine Stand‘s sinuous form and perfectly practical function make us remember why we love modern design. It’s
molded plywood magnificence.
I’ve saved one of my favorite things for last, because I’m selfish
like that. The Dry Erase Entry Butler from Three by Three Seattle is
just what it says. Write notes, keep letters and keys at hand,
and love the way it looks.
That’ll do it for our sequence of storage and organization solutions. What are some of the best organizers you’ve come across? Do you use any that you want us to know about, or are you looking for anything you wish we carried?
[For more ideas (especially if you already know what you need), you'll find a ton more home organization solutions on our site!]
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