Acrylic Organization


Today I’m getting a sneak peek of the new Container Store in Glendale – it opens to the public this weekend.  This is not a sponsored post, but rather a total coincidence that I just bought a ton of acrylic office organization.

My sudden urge to reorganize was after working on Bella Lily Bridal and itching for my space to get a little facelift.

DEP_2708Letter sorter

Those two tins on the left are from France, swoon.  Picked them up at a confectionary and one at the airport on my way back to the states.  When I get to travel I like bringing back things I can use every day so I can think of my memories more often!

DEP_2711Magazine slipcase / 120-disc storage box

I read somewhere that clear objects make spaces look bigger – hence the rise in popularity with acrylic console tables, coffee tables and the like for studio apartments.  This white shelf was a former filing cabinet, black, from JCPenney years ago.

It broke, I kept the frame, painted it, then I added two more shelves. Home Depot cuts boards to any dimension you ask!

For those who live in Central Phoenix like myself, the rumor has been put to rest – a Container Store is opening in the Trader Joe’s/Whole Foods shopping center!  And Central Phoenix organization obsessed lovers rejoiced.

DEP_2705Stacking letter tray

You like my desk raiser?  My desk belonged to my dad when he was a child and it was an icky brown with wood laminate on top.  I fixed it, but back then the 30″ height wasn’t as common, or my legs are too long.  I went to Home Depot and asked them to cut down a wood rod then brought it home and used my handy tools to make an impression so the table legs wouldn’t slip.  If I had more muscle I’d be building a house I tell ya.

Are you an Amazon lover?  Prime subscription has me getting packages non-stop. I bought this pocket wall to keep my gifts and things in order.

DEP_27093 Pocket Wall organizer

I love acrylic organization, I have them in my bathroom too, see post here.  I used to be an organized hoarder, but I’m trying to get better.  The good thing about having a smaller home is you can’t hold as much stuff!

Diana Elizabeth is an author, photographer, and obsessive antique shopper. You can typically find her in her garden wrist deep in dirt, at a local estate sale or planning her next epic party.



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