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4 Ways to Use Fabric Drawers to Organize Your Home or Office

Do you have a bookcase in your home or office that is packed with small items or office supplies that are wasting space? Coupons, pens, pencils, staplers, post-its, notebooks and business cards can get lost  when they’re lose among the larger, bulkier items in a bookshelf. Maybe you have a garage or or other room in your home that could use some quick and easy storage solutions? Fabric drawers are a great way to organize and store small items anywhere in a home or office and have multiple uses.

Stash shoes. Use fabric drawers to organize shoes for different family members, they come in different colors and sizes and are washable. They also have handles on the sides and make it easy to grab and go.

Organize office supplies. Put small office supplies in a fabric drawer to keep things together and prevent wasting space in a bookshelf, they come in neutral tones that would look great in a professional setting.

Use it as a travelling container. Most fabric drawers come with handles and a sturdy bottom. They are also collapsible for easy storage when not in use and they keep their shape if you’re moving something delicate. We like Closetmaid Cubeicals Mini Fabric Drawers.

Pack away toys or children’s clothes. They are lightweight and durable, the handles are easy for children to use and they are the perfect size for baby or toddler clothes.

How do you use fabric drawers? We want to know!

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  1. […] a great, aesthetically pleasing, way to organize a bookcase, cabinet or cupboard. We posted about ways to use fabric drawers last week in the Mom’s Monday Moment. They work well in playrooms and children’s rooms […]

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