24 Awesome Wall Organization Stations
Every home has a dumping ground – you know, that spot on the end of the kitchen counter or dining room table where everyone tosses their “stuff.” Mail, purses, keys, fliers, homework, calendars, coupons, to-do lists… the day-to-day clutter seems endless! There’s an easy solution in sight. You need a command center, and it doesn’t have to be elaborate, expensive or take up a ton of space. The best organization hubs are simple, orderly and straightforward. Make use of vertical space to capitalize on unused storage and organizational opportunities. If you’ve got a few spare feet of wall, you can create an effective command center that’s perfect for your home and family, often with items you already have! Here’s a collection of wall organization stations that are high on style and easy to make. Added bonus: they won’t break the bank.
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Here’s an easy solution you can put up in just an afternoon – a pegboard organization center. This one is for office/art supplies, but could be easily modified and customized to your needs. Incorporating beautiful touches (like the topiary) makes it decoration as well as storage. The gold accents (like the frame, wire basket and hardware) were created with spray paint and add just the right touch of glam.
Another pegboard option, this office supply organizer, utilizes a neutral pallet of only three colors and repeating horizontal elements to create cohesion and simplicity. Your organization station may hide away plenty of clutter, but you don’t want it to LOOK cluttered.
This modern pegboard is a great way to add organization to your wall while still looking high style. Use jars and catchalls on the shelves and hang calendars, papers and more from hooks in the holes.
A mini-command center could be just the ticket if you’re tight on space or time! The pretty clipboards (holding relevant calendars and to-do lists) are paired with a memo board made from an embroidery hoop. Everything pulls double duty as functional and beautiful.
Curbing clutter can be as easy as hanging pretty clipboards on the wall! Mod podge scrapbook paper on, spray paint them, or use washi tape and then hang with small nails. The key is getting the papers,mail, ribbons, keys, and bits and bobs up off your surfaces.
This easy envelope wall organizer is actually just custom-made envelopes hung directly on the wall! Using the same grid formation, it has a similar simplicity and aesthetic to the clipboard organization from above, but in this case, you can create it using only paper! The tutorial uses the We R Memory Keepers Envelope Punch Board, which you can find on Amazon.
OR, simply hang gift or shopping bags on the wall (or on a board as shown). You’ve probably collected many of these that don’t have a purpose yet, so put them to good use holding cards, receipts, pens and journals, sunnies and more! Just make sure they are structured bags for stability.
It’s hard to believe this copper wall organizer is made from a hog panel! This minimalist approach looks great and still provides lots of space to clip items out of the way.
This Mail and File Organizer is made from scrap wood and easily tucks into a small corner. It’s the perfect spot to round up your bills and various important papers.
Here’s a stylish mod mail organizer for a more streamlined look. This idea uses cabinet hardware and can easily be adapted to accommodate more slots for mail or important papers. You can find the exact drawer pull and knobs at Home Depot (in the store and online).
If you love rustic, industrial design, here’s a fabulous organization center option. Those vintage metal letter stencils add a ton of character!
It’s easy and inexpensive to get the industrial look of this Locker Basket Mail Organizer. The secret? An over the cabinet door storage basket from Walmart! Using a little craft paint or some sandpaper you can rough the basket up to give it an aged vibe. Then just attach it to some plywood cut to size and painted with chalkboard paint.