A full-wall modular bookcase offers mondo office storage. Alternate some cubbies with doors to secure private or fragile items, and be choosy about the look of the binders and storage boxes you opt to display.
Even a small modular bookcase can offer attractive paperwork and office supply organization. Take a cue from this homeowner and stick with a tight color palette for containers in order to unify the look of the unit.
A leaning wall shelf lets you store gradually larger office items and accessories while maintaining design interest that traditional bookshelves lack.
Colorful cabinet doors distinguish this squared-off shelving unit. Minimal hardware keeps the look even more modern.
We love how the asymmetrical shelves and panel-backed cubbies in this bookcase make even ho-hum office decorating accessories sing. (It would be an especially smart piece for a renter who couldn't hang decorative display shelves.)
Who says magazines and books need to be stored vertically? If your bookshelf isn't tall enough to accommodate stashing reading material on their end, lay them down in tidy stacks, instead.
Tucked way into the corner of this work nook, a skinny bookshelf is ideal for storing magazines or other tall, thin office items.
This standalone closet-turned-computer station is a smart custom solution to the "Where can I work?" conundrum faced by small-home owners or apartment dwellers.
Taking up virtually no floor space at all, this set of vertical magazine racks can also organize your everyday paper trail. The galvanized metal lends an industrial flair to home office decor.
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