Sometimes the most simple or basic object can become a critical part of your locker organization. I hope these locker organizer ideas will help spark a few ideas of your own. Remember that you don’t always need to buy specifically designed devices and accessories. Sometimes the best organizers and accessories are made from mundane items you use on a daily basis.
From hanging folders and mirrors to magnetic hooks, you can find a lot of creative ways to use that door space to help you stay neat and organized. I advise utilizing such door accessories as they help keep some of the clutter out of your locker itself. The hanging organizer has become a popular solution for making the most of that long, sometimes unused space. Try creating your own hanging locker organizer. Continue reading
Perhaps the most common and accessible locker organizers are locker baskets. While many clever devices have been devised to help you keep your locker more organized, simple baskets remain and popular way to keep clutter at bay. I’ll help you understand why you’ll find it handy to have a few of these around and then I’ll help you with where to find these handy devices online.
Whether you need something to hold your cleaning supplies or organize your utility closet, or something to keep your mudroom from being a sloppy mess, using a locker basket is a cheap and easy too you can use to keep those messy areas more neat and clean.
Proper locker organization requires some common sense and a little discipline. But perhaps most importantly, it requires creating a system and sticking to it.
Magnets allow you to quickly put critical documents like class schedules somewhere up and out of the way yet handy at the same time. There are a wide range of magnetic locker organizers, so find the locker organizer that matches your greatest need and implement it. For example, if you struggled with loose pens and pencils, then a simple magnetic pen clip might be a good idea. Continue reading