A Hanging Wall Organizer – “When there ain’t no funk’n space”

Make Space and Stay Organized by Going Vertical – Hanging Wall Organizers are Ideal for Dorms, Teachers, Homework Areas, or Offices

When space is at a premium, or you have an intense dislike for cluttered desks or tables, consider using a hanging wall organizer. They’re affordable, come in numerous design styles and colors and can be removed and used elsewhere very easily.

Hanging Wall Organizer Uses:

Home Organization for the Family: Put one up in the kitchen and use it as a place to sort mail, school papers, or flyers. Better yet, assign each family member their own slot.

Teachers Tool: Teachers can use these for daily work, lesson planning or books. Use it to place papers, tests or reports for students when you’d like them to ‘get it themselves’.

Dorms: The small space of a dorm can be a challenge for students. Often times going vertical is the best option to add storage. Use a Hanging Wall Organizer beside on the wall so the desktop stays clear for books and studying. Place one on the wall beside a bed (or place more than one) to store frequently used books and other supplies.

Home/Work Office for Kids Room: Use a wall organizer to free up space around your desk or for a child to sort their projects, coloring books, or homework. Since these wall units come in numerous styles and designs they can be placed anywhere in a room and used in multiple sorting and storing ways: Supplies for DIY Projects, Sewing Rooms, Closets, or to sort family photographs or other personal treasures.

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Hooks for Hanging them Up:

You’ll notice that depending on the design you decide upon, most come with an eye-hole or a slot where you’ll place a hook to hang it up.

There are a couple of ways to hang these:

  • If you’re putting it on the wall, Monkey-Hooks are fantastic! You won’t need ANY tools to use these! The only thing to remember is when you’re putting them up, don’t put them where a ‘wall stud’ is. The best part of a Monkey Hook is they only put a tiny pin-prick in the wall and you can do it yourself!
  • If you’re not planning to put the organizer on the wall, but prefer to hang it on the back of a door, you’ll need door hanging hooks to fit into the eye-holes at the top.

Check Out These Additional Style Choices:

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