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Gift Guide: Gifts for someone who's talked about getting organized.



We all know an amazing person who starts out a conversation with "I need to get it together." We all have stuff, but per their conversations, they've dropped hints at being a busy individual. They don't have time to keep up with house stuff, and maybe occumulated a lot of over time.

A good gift might be a professional organizer to lay out a system, but if that's a stretch it may be time for their stuff to need stuff, and that's what these gifts provide!


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#1: 4 Tier Plastic Storage Bins 23QT, Stackable Storage Containers with Wheels and Lids


I love a good functional gift, and this one is a pretty safe bet! It's adaptable and easy to stash in hidden and open places. My favorite thing about this is seeing what's inside. The extra steps of thinking and digging through a solid box is how 6 - 24 months go by, and you up with 3 of the same thing...because the original is packed away somewhere....




#2: Double Sliding Under Sink Organizers and Storage


The technical term for this would be riser. When you get this for your family or friend, let them know, you're in the know by sliding the word onto the card. (punny, right?) This organizer is good for bathroom sinks, kitchen sinks, if there are shelves and small items, garages, and or laundry rooms. Utilizing the top of cabinet space is a game changer. Fell free to get one for yourself too.





#3: 3 Tier Moveable Corner Shelf


I'm all about "things" having a purpose, and this shelf does that. It's perfect for the most used items. The picture shows kitchen stuff, but it can also be placed on desks and vanities. Personally it would go on my dresser to fit my process for getting ready, but there are options.





#4: No Assembly Folding Bookshelf


I love this in an entry or office. It's a nice starter shelf that conveniently moves to where it's needed. If your friend or family member is an outdoorsy person, they may use it for glamping too. But do make sure to get eyes on their place to ensure they have somewhere to put it.





#5: 5 Tier Bookcase Bookshelf, Tempered Glass Bookshelves


I do love a good bookshelf! More of the same, but with a slightly more playful style. Depending on the room layout and finishes, this one has a wider range of placements throughout the home.





#6: Modern Accent Sideboard Cabinet with Glass Doors


Gotta have something trendy! If you've noticed miscelaneous items collecting on counters and shelves, an overflow of boardgames, or the kitchen table becoming a catch all, this might be a really good gift. What's nice is it's fun to look at...Oh! I guess it stores stuff too.

It fits with a lot of aethetics, which I like, and it can find a place in any shared space room.





#7: Kitchen Sideboard Cabinet with Glass Doors Accent Storage


I love this for the person who likes to host. More often than not, they rarely have enough cabinet space, and could probably use this as a bar, if not for extra serving trays. It's perfect to stash in a separate suite for guests, or an organizer for artist and crafters.




#8: 2024 Calendar Year Day Planner


When you see them using colored pens, they might be into planners.

Planners are a safe gift, especially for someone who likes lists. There's a sense of satisfaction crossing something out, and the reduction of anxiety from writing something down, helps a task or appointment stick to the mind better. I like this style because it organizes the week, day, notes, and some other cool things. How a planner is arranged determines the level of use. Plus, this has stickers. I can give my own gold stars!





#9: Midcentury Decorative Serving Tray for Storage and Display


It's the little things that make the big things in the end. This is on the list because it's a popular aesthetic that's easy to blend, and a small detail that can lend a lot of comfort. I was at someones home who had a leather ottoman as their coffee table. It was nerve racking to have a drink. Small items were lost easily, and subtle signs of ware were visible from crumbs and scratches collecting.

Though decorative, trays become designated catch alls to easily find remotes and keys, while protecting what's below it.

I love this because the best gifts are functional items we would enjoy, but might not get for ourselves.


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