A chalkboard for chores.
Hooks for totes or book bags.
And a shelf for photos and calendar.
File folders for each family member –
add an in folder and out folder to help your
children keep track of notes and permission slips.
and a magnetic board for pictures, cards, and invitations.
The organization wall is neat and provides a little more
storage space than some of the others.
I love the individual nooks with hooks and baskets.
If you have a desk in your kitchen like we do, this plan
offers organization that’s not only functional but
beautiful as well.
What color would you use for a surprise pop?
This is one of my favorites.
Inspiration and organization . . . I love it.
This basket rack like the one above is ideal for
families with younger children.
Hooks and baskets with a shelf for your planner
and bulletin boards for special events offers
something for everyone.
We kick off our shoes in the kitchen and my purse sits on a chair. I think we need to add one of these command centers at our house. And if you’re in need of a few more ideas check out these HomeGoods posts: Organizing for a Better School Year and Creating a Family Command Center.
How do you keep your family organized?