32 Pinteresting Ideas to Organize Your Home Office

Pinterest is an amazing resource for finding great home ideas, organization, craft projects, and other smart ways to improve your lifestyle. Improving your home office is no exception, and we've found that the site has a wealth of incredibly creative ideas for whipping your work space into shape. Read on, and you'll find more than 30 interesting ways to make your home office more organized, attractive, and fun to work in.

  1. Creative containers: This home office uses stacked baskets and even a rustic toolbox to hold trinkets, craft items, and more in style.
  2. Bookshelf desk: Put a desk together with bookshelves and a top, and you'll have built-in storage on both sides.
  3. Toothbrushes to pencils: Toothbrush holders are great for their intended use, but in the home office, they lend an organized and whimsical air to holding pens and pencils.
  4. Framed whiteboards: Whiteboards are great for calendars and tasks, but not exactly attractive. Dress them up by putting them in decorative frames.
  5. Framed pegboard: Frames can go a long way with pegboard as well; this one was painted and tastefully framed to create a great hanging space.

  1. Canvas doors: If you've got a bad habit of shoving things into bookshelf cubbies, hide your mess by creating attractive canvas doors.
  2. Cupboard desk: If you're in the market for a new desk, consider this storage-heavy twist: turning cabinets and a long workspace into a desk.
  3. Mini magnetic pots: Store small odds and ends like rubber bands and pins in small pots, then hang them on a magnetic wall for visual appeal.
  4. Lazy Susan: Bring your Lazy Susan into the office, and find out just how accessible you can make writing utensils and tools.
  5. A tiny double desk: A bookshelf, table (sawed in half) and two chairs come together in this project to make an awesome home office for two.

  1. Mason jar storage: Find roomy, stylish storage for small items in artfully stacked Mason jars.
  2. Bigger can be better: This office uses lots of available space, with a separate built-in bookshelf and cabinet with return, plus a desk for loads of storage with a sleek look.
  3. Fantastic rolling file cabinet: This project turned an old table into a rolling file cabinet, complete with cups for pencil and tool storage.
  4. Under the desk cord keeper: If you have unsightly cords cluttering up the underside of your desk, this small wired box is a perfect solution.
  5. Labeled cords: If you're always forgetting which cord goes with what device, this pin has a great solution: small key tags that hang on your cords as labels.

  1. Mail call: Old decorated mailboxes turn into sweet office storage when they're hung on the walls of your home office.
  2. Trays: A simple (or not so simple) tray can go a long way to making your office tools look more organized and inspiring.
  3. Old metal spring organizer: We don't know how this person saw an old metal spring and imagined to put notebooks and mail in it, but we're sure glad they did.
  4. An upcycled door: Hung on the wall and strategically painted with chalkboard paint, this door becomes a charming weekly command center.
  5. Industrial steel drawers: If you happen to see these fabulous drawers for sale, snap them up and put them to work in your home office.

  1. Tube storage: Save tubes from toilet paper, paper towels, and more, then bring them all together to create this storage solution that's a work of art.
  2. A small secretary desk: Keep things small, simple, and behind closed doors when the day is done using this secretary desk from Ikea.
  3. Going vertical: This office takes everything up a notch, storing small items, papers, and more on the wall in a simple, attractive way.
  4. A closet office: Certainly not a new idea, but so useful nonetheless, this pin has instructions for installing shelving in your closet, and even turning those shelves into a tucked away home office.
  5. Over the door bookshelves: Sneak even more storage space into your office by putting bookshelves everywhere, even over the door.

  1. Bracket rack: Glue a set of brackets together to create a charming magazine rack or mail sorter.
  2. Entertainment center office: Create a home office that fits just about anywhere with this idea: you can transform an old entertainment center into a home office command center.
  3. Egg carton organized drawers: A great way to recycle egg cartons, this pinner uses egg cartons to store scissors, batteries, pencils, and even gum.
  4. Shadowbox storage: Put binders, pencils, and boxes on display all over your walls by hanging shadowboxes.
  5. Chalkboard calendar wall: Different shades of grey come together to create this attractively zen calendar wall.
  6. Film strip shelves: Some of the coolest shelves we've ever seen, these put film strips to work in a really fun way.
  7. Color coded files: Although certainly not a new idea, this pin takes an eye-appealing rainbow colored spin on organizing your file cabinet.

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