Organizing with Style

” Out of clutter, find simplicity. From discord, find harmony. In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity.”

We all know, being organized is something that not all of us possess in our personalities. And as with many things in life, the hardest part about getting organized is getting started. But, creating an organized and pretty, happy home is something that could be fun too! Certainly, the organization should be practical and functional, first and foremost, but there is no reason that your organized spaces can’t also be pretty and make you smile!

And today, we’ve rounded up some of our very favorites to inspire you to use pretty bins, baskets, and even trays in every room of your home!

Round Two-Tiered Wood Tray With Metal Accents

Liven your space by adding pieces that are both beautiful and functional. The Two-Tiered Wood Tray features two wood circles with metal accents of black and brown. Use it to display decorative spheres, faux floral, and more. It can serve as a centerpiece or place on a bookshelf for a touch of farmhouse charm!







Dark Galvanized Metal Square Olive Buckets, Set of 3

Upgrade your storage with stylish boxes and baskets! Dark Galvanized Metal Square Olive Bucket Set features three galvanized metal containers with a heavily distressed finish, small cut-outs, and two half-moon handles. Combine them together to create a focal point in the main room, or spread them out to bring style in all areas of your home!





Galvanized Metal Desktop File Storage Organizer

Stay organized without abandoning your incredible, rustic style with Galvanized Metal File Organizer. This adorable table piece features three separations intended to organize papers and notes. The galvanized metal features rust-colored distressing for a fantastic, farmhouse finish.







Galvanized Metal Envelope

Having pieces of paper like receipts and letters lying around can make your room look messy and unsightly. The disorder may also adversely affect your peace of mind and productivity in the long run. What you need is a nifty organizer to keep distractions at bay.







Just remember:

Take a breath. To get organized, you first need to identify the emotional barriers that stand in your way. Ask yourself what one little thing about your house most irritates you.


“First comes thought; then organization of that thought, into ideas and plans; then transformation of those plans into reality. ~ Napoleon Hill”