Reduce clutter in your home office by stocking up on storage and organization products from Overstock. Start out by selecting a roomy bookcase or console to hold training manuals, catalogs, and other bulky reading material. Add foldable fabric storage bins to the shelves for storing printer paper and small office supplies. Seamlessly integrate your office furnishings into your home's decor by choosing a desk in a complementary style. Opt for a unit with a filing cabinet drawer for holding contracts and other important documents, or purchase a lateral file cabinet if you have a large quantity of documents to store. You can rely on the expert craftsmanship of noted manufacturers such as Ameriwood and Furniture of America to produce high-quality office furnishings that last for years.
7 Tips to Keep your Home Office Organized & Efficient
1. Shred Old Papers
An important key to keeping your office clean and organized is reducing the number of unnecessary documents on your desk. If you have documents from several months back that you know you won’t need anymore, it might be a good idea to shred the documents to clear up more space. Shredding documents instead of merely throwing them away will keep people from stealing essential information from you.
2. Wrap Cords & Wires
Cords and wires can take up a surprising amount of space if you neglect organizing them. Wrapping the cords up and storing them in a small bin by your desk will keep them out of the way and eliminate the chances of you tripping on them and hurting yourself. To reduce clutter in your office, store or toss any electronic equipment you don’t use any more.
3. Add Dividers to Drawers
Adding dividers to your drawers is an efficient way to stay organized. You can use the dividers to sort all the documents you need in order, from most important to least important. By keeping the most essential documents in front, you are sure to see them a lot more often.
4. Color Code Folders
Color coding your files will help you to be more efficient. To significantly reduce the stress of locating various documents, group similar items together. Color coding your folders will help you organize important papers related to your clients and vendors.
5. Assemble an Activity Center
One of the smartest things you can do to keep your office organized is dedicate each area of your office to a specific task or activity. You can designate an area for your computer work, an area for reading, an area for telephone calls, and an area where you can store various items.
6. Maximize Space
You can save precious space in your office by better utilizing the vertical space you have. Mount shelves or rail tiles to your walls to store office supplies out of the way but still close enough for easy access. Taking advantage of the vertical space will help to keep your desk clutter free. Another advantage of doing this is that you may be able to use a smaller sized desk, creating a more relaxing and comfortable work environment. A freestanding workstation can also be a wise option. These workstations are a lot more reliable and can be moved around with ease.
7. Use a Label Maker
Using a label maker will help you save a lot of time when searching for needed documents. Labeling files will help you locate them much quicker.
love this item, purchased for my office but buying another for my living room. easy to assemble and very sturdy
I bought this so I could put cloth bookshelf organizers on it to store my stuff. It was Very Easy to Assemble and looks nice in my bedroom.
I am using this for bathroom storage. It looks great and holds a lot
Small White Storage Cabinet
Looks exactly as pictured/described. Works well for media storage in an office.
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