It’s amazing what some clever shelving can do to clear away your junk, collectables, books, ornaments and other odds and ends we tend to accumulate! I’m on a mission at the moment at home to organise, store and shelve items that are currently making their home on top of other items, on the floor, under the table and in our laundry area… I‘m imagining the free space already!
Today I bring you some great takes on shelving solutions – from steel kitchen shelves to mounted boxes, old fashioned bathroom hook shelves to honeycomb shelving! Enjoy and I hope this inspires some DIY 🙂
Easy Kitchen Racks | source Pinterest
Wallpapered Shelving | source Design Sponge
Honeycomb Shelving | source Paper ‘n Stitch
Mounted Box Shelves | source Design Sponge
Metallic Kitchen Shelves | source Apartment Therapy
Old Fashioned Bathroom Shelves | source MarthaStewart.com
Wall to Ceiling Block Shelves | source The Pursuit Aesthetic
Many of us are workaholics, either staying long hours at the office, working on the weekends or typing furiously in between making dinner.
Really? Not ideal.
To make your workspace better, you need to organise. I’m a great believer in organised chaos, although the chaos can be contained quite easily on a pin board or white board for stressed-out scribbles (we’ve all done it, right?!).
I’ve pulled together some fairly simple DIY desk organisation ideas – whether that’s putting your crazed inspiration in one place (ie: a board above your computer), tidying your desk (like the innovative plug idea) or simply making your drawers navigable.
A tidy desk = a relaxed mind with potential to innovate, excite and perform the best it can 🙂
Computer Tidy Tray | source here.
PVC Pipe Desk Organiser | source here.
Organise Your Holiday Activities on a pin board | source here.
Wire-free Sorting | source here.
Organised Desk Drawer | source here.
Clever Daily Sorting | source here.
Have you got any great DIY ideas or tips you’d like to share? Comment below or if your idea is bigger than a sentence or two, contact The Good Girls Guide to feature your idea on the blog 🙂