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Home OfficeWalls & Doors As Home Office Storage Surfaces
Stop. Look up. What's on your walls? Photographs, pictures and artwork by your kids? Or are you maximizing your "vertical storage" space with shelves, phone brackets and even a mounted flat-panel monitor? Make the most of your tabletop real estate by using your walls. Papers and mail strewn about on your desk compete with your phone, Rolodexes, penholders and other tools for valuable tabletop real estate. Magazines piled atop filing cabinets. Piles of to-do items stacked nearby, challenging you actually to do something with them.
How cluttered is your office today?
A cluttered office is the sign of chaos running rampant. The result is inefficiency that can stifle creativity, productivity – and ultimately – profitability.
If filing and storage space in your small or home office (SOHO) seems maxxed out, how about using your walls for storage? Walls and doors provide untapped vertical space, and in the process clear the desk of the stuff that clutters busy minds.
Here’s some creative examples of how to use walls and vertical surfaces for better storage:
Look up to your walls to de-clutter your office and find greater organization, efficiency and productivity. You be surprised at how much space you actually have.
By Jeff Zbar – Writer & Speaker on Technology, Entrepreneurship, Home Officing, Telework & Work/Life Balance. Read the 'Home Office & Times' blog @ www.chiefhomeofficer.com