When it comes to organizing, it’s easy for me to maintain systems that are already in place. Meaning, if someone sets up a organization system for me, I can keep it going. It’s just hard for me to come up with something! I need a DIY desk organizer, so I am depending on the brilliant creatives of the interwebs for ideas . . . and I found 18 that I really like. Now I just have to figure out which one(s) to make! If you are in the market for a clean and tidy desk like me, check out these 18 DIY desk organizer projects by scrolling down. Which one is your favorite?
Make a DIY Desk Organizer
This awesome mail station for above your desk was made using magazine holders from IKEA.
An empty egg carton folded open provides the perfect storage solution for small items inside your desk drawers.
Tin Can Caddy
Add your cans to a lazy susan to make a desk organizer that is not only functional, but also rotates.
You can build this desk system using simple supplies from Home Depot – including shelf brackets.
Paint your desk accessories with a writeable chalkboard surface – that you can change depending on storage needs.
See how it was done at Oh, She Dabbles
You can get the supplies for this desk organizer at the hardware store – for less than $10!
If you want a FREE organizer – this is perfect. You can make it with recycled cardboard boxes.
I love this cardboard organizer because it’s easy to make, simple and matches with everything.
My mail current sits in a laundry bin – but I’d love a recycled DIY desk organizer like this one to keep it all together.
This brilliant organizer was made using trivets from IKEA and a drill – and doubles as a corkboard that you can pin small messages to.
Wall Organizer and Charging Station
Jen made these two desk organizing projects for her little closet nook study area. They are so easy – I especially love the charging station paper tray!
If you already have wire office organizers but just want to spice them up a bit, you can cross stitch the fronts with yarn.
Mismatched & Monochromatic
Pick your favorite containers of various sizes and shapes, then bring them together with spray paint and embellishments.
This desk organizer is not only functional, but it’s pretty – and uses a simple wood frame and glass.
Use cereal boxes and paper towel or toilet paper tubes to make this bright and cheerful organizer.
Sew plastic canvas for an interesting twist on a standard desk organizer – perfect for kids or adults.
Painted and Stenciled
Make an old three drawer organizer coordinate with your decor using paint and stencils.
Stack up empty food cans to create a useful DIY desk storage pyramid on a budget.
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