Organizational Finds to Start the New Year with a Clean Slate
We’re well into January of a new year, which means a fresh, new start. One of the goals people typically make as a resolution is to get more organized. Sometimes we don’t know where to start as the challenge seems too overwhelming. Luckily, there are so many modern storage and organization solutions these days that make getting organized not only easy, but fun. Take a look:
From Bend Goods, the Bend Basket is both practical and awesome looking. You can choose from uber bright neon colors, copper, or white, but the best part is that they can contain a bunch of your gear while adding some serious style.
The Suburbia Wall Storage, from Seletti, takes the clutter from all of your surfaces and cleverly hangs it on the wall in an organized fashion. When laid flat, the design mimics the architecture of a neighborhood with houses, a pool, and even trees (as hooks!).
Whether you use it as a bar cart, service cart, or just to store things, the Mategot Trolley from GUBI, is a useful addition to your home. Easily push the trolley wherever you need it for extra surface space and storage wrapped in a modern rolling package.
Flexible modern storage solutions are perfect when, if you’re like most people, you belongings grow over time. The Perf Storage Boxes, designed by Eric Pfeiffer for OFFI & Company, stack and rotate independently of each other, so you can move the cubbies around to reach what you need more easily.
Born in 1950, the Eames® Storage Units, from Herman Miller, remain one of the most innovative original designs from Charles and Ray Eames. You can choose from various combinations to get the look you want, with shelves, drawers, and enclosed modern storage options. Forever an iconic design that will let you choose what you store and what you display.
Jaime Derringer, Founder + Executive Editor of Design Milk is a Jersey girl living the laid back life in SoCal. She dreams of designing textiles, running more than 8 miles + having enough free time to enjoy some of her favorite things—running, reading, and drawing.