Fabric-covered bins can hide your overflowing stationery collection in style. Decorator Amir Khamneipur stacks his on brass-trimmed shelves in his Manhattan home office, and conceals the whole station with lacquered pocket doors when entertaining.
A rolling caddy provides a bigger work surface and more drawers for ongoing projects. Plus, the semi-transparent plastic reveals just enough of what's inside without adding visual clutter.
Not only can this lift your screen to the right eye level, but the top has slots for your phone, stapler, clips and coffee mug. When you step away, there's also space for your keyboard and mouse to slide underneath.
The shelves in Lindsey Bond's Birmingham office don't look cluttered, but she can hide the neat stacks of books behind a white curtain for an even more streamlined look.
Dealing with some nonexistent drawers? Create a spot for files out of thin air by adding this suspended shelving unit. It fits right over the edge of your desk, no complicated mounting required.
Thom Filicia outfitted a Colorado cabin's study with a vintage aluminum desk and stool from for mid-century modern feel. Chicken-wire bookcases from add necessary storage, and a vintage garden ball from provides a bit of whimsy.
Donate that mishmash supply of freebie hotel pens and branded ballpoints in favor of . When everything from your stapler to your tape dispenser matches, it's easy to keep the office supplies streamlined to the absolute essentials.
Kelie Grosso turned a corner of a Seattle sitting room into a home office by adding built-in cabinets. Rattan bins hide supplies, and a corkboard trimmed with a blue border provides practical space for mounting.
A simple tray can prevent paperwork and junk mail from taking over your desk. Ashley Whittaker also used and brown grass cloth by to complete this feminine workspace.
two pairs of and you'll have glam dividers to separate incoming and outgoing bills. If only your email could look this chic...
What you'll need: brackets ($17 each, ), spray paint ($4, ), glue ($6, ), marble slab ($12, )