We’ve decided to round up some of our favorite organized spaces! If these don’t get you in the mood to get rid of the clutter, what will? Whether it’s your bedroom, office, or closet that needs a tune up – these photos will motivate you to get organized!
Our favorite space has to be the clean and crisp workout room from I Heart Organizing! Jen used shelving and a bookcase to store her fitness gear like tennis shoes, a water bottle, yoga mat, and weights. Most importantly – she included magazines and an iPad with headphones for some much needed incentive!
If you have the luxury of working at home, another space that is important to keep tidy is your office like the one above from A Bowl Full Of Lemons. Neutral colors keep things simple and color coding makes this space eye catching! The most important part of office organization is stocking up on storage containers, magazine filers, supply holders for pens and pencils, and making room for a neat work space so that you can concentrate.
Another area of the home that’s hard to straighten out is your kitchen’s endless baking supplies. Tidy Mom organizes her cooking necessities by using mesh trays, clear jars, printed cups, and candle votives for storage.
Martha Stewart provides a creative way to organize jewelry. Find beautifully painted teacups and saucers to display your vintage gems and line your drawer with a velvet fabric for that extra touch of femininity.
Finally, the most daunting space to organize … your closet. We found this perfectly polished image on Bloombety and couldn’t help but include it! This isn’t your traditional closet; instead custom shelving and hanging racks are connected to a brightly painted wall. We would normally suggest color coding your closet, but that isn’t a necessity for keeping organized. Using boxes for accessories like belts, scarves, and hats is an easy way to stay tidy, and most importantly, getting rid of the clutter and keeping only what’s necessary is key.
Comment letting us know which organized space you like the most and we’ll pick on lucky winner to receive a custom 16″x20″ canvas print!