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Three Fall Must-Haves for Back to School Home Organization

Created on Aug 15, 2013

School buses, cafeteria lunches and homework are just around the corner- it’s time to get your kids ready for back to school.  Pick up a few items from Organized Living to make the transition easier.

  • From preschool to grad school, a stellar study space is a must-have. Start the school year off right with a freedomRail study nook (pictured below). freeomRail’s versatility is perfect for small or large spaces and gives you the freedom to customize a space based on your student’s needs. Add cubbies and shelves to store books and assignments and create a storage hub for supplies inside of freedomRail O-Boxes. The adjustable is endless and makes it the  perfect fit for any size student.
freedomRail Midnight Live Student Desk - Organized Living

  • Organized Living Over The Door solutions provide extra storage on backs of doors. They install on to doors without tools (we promise, no doors are harmed in the process). Once the Over The Door hardware kit is in place, customize it to your student's needs with hooks, baskets and shoe racks to store books, shoes, back packs and school supplies. 

Over the Door Storage Organizer - Organized Living

  • Lastly, organize school sports gear using Organized Living Activity Organizers. Install a grid onto the wall and add hooks, sports ball organizers and baskets to store anything from soccer balls to hockey sticks. With everything organized, you’ll be the coaches "fave" by arriving to the next big game on time! 

Organized Living Mesh Sports Ball Organizer - Garage Organization


We want to hear from you! What are your A+ tips for getting organized for back to school?

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