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Since my time home is limited, my home office is super important to me– it’s the only space I have that is dedicated to my travels and to my blog. But over the years, my office space had turned more into a unorganized nightmare than a creative space.
I had been dreaming of a wanderlust-filled, modern, and chic travel-inspired space to spark new ideas for the blog and my brand. So I knew I had to make some organizational changes!
Between my last few trips, I partnered with my good friend Jen– boss lady of Life in Jeneral, a professional organization company– and The Container Store’s elfa® shelving and drawer system to restore some order to my home office closet and get control of my office space.
The Container Store is the nation’s leading retailer of storage and organization products and is all about coupling their one-of-kind product collection with a high level of customer service delivered by highly trained organization experts in store and through their Contained Home service!
I had so many travel essentials from camera gear, to travel-sized toiletries, so I was dying to try out elfa for my closet space because my needs and travels change (daily), and it can be adjusted whenever I need it to be.
The elfa shelving and drawer system is completely customizable for your storage and organization needs. elfa is perfect for any area of the home, including the closet, garage, office, or pantry– in my case, an office closet! It also makes everything easily accessible with the open shelving, which fits perfectly with my company.
Jen and I spent a day clearing out my chaotic closet, and mapped out the shelving to best optimize the space. Installation was a breeze, and I couldn’t be happier with the final outcome.
Jen and her team finished off the shelves and drawers by adding adorable boxes, bins, labeling, and helped me organize everything into a new home!
I really love these shelves and it is starting to inspire me in my home. The rails are standard fit - need to check how to get them to hold up in plaster board prolly not possible.