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wood desk organizers

These minimalist, black and white desk organizers are perfect for a neutral or Scandinavian-inspired space.

Photography by SARAH SHERMAN SAMUEL

rolling to-do list

No desk space for a notebook? Meet the rolling to-do list. Easy to tear and go or check visually throughout your day.

Photography by ISPYDIY.COM

succulent and supply holder bookends

This DIY is a true four-in-one project. You get a teeny, tiny planter for your air plants, holders for your pens, a corkboard exterior for notes and photos, and oh yeah, they’re bookends, too!

Photography by POPPYTALK.COM

plywood desk organizer

Because we need more than just a cup holder for our pens. Learn how to make this multifunctional, leaning organizer for all your miscellaneous desk needs.

Photography by NINA BROBERG VIA LIVETHEMMA.IKEA.SE

paint project

It’s no secret we love hacking IKEA products, and this color blocked, primary-colored, modern desk is no different. Adapt the color palette to fit your home office or bedroom and wait for the compliments to pour in.

Photography by ISPYDIY.COM

chalkboard tape wall calendar

Create your own wall art-meets-oversized calendar with chalkboard tape. Cute cut sticky notes can help you stay even more organized and create more visual interest within your calendar.

Photography by HOMEYOHMY.COM

minimalist memo board

Keeping inspiration close to your desk is basically a necessity. Use this easy memo DIY to add to your black and white aesthetic while also organizing and displaying your photos, notes, and other inspiring trinkets, like paint or fabric swatches.

Photography by ALMOSTMAKESPERFECT.COM

raw crystal magnets

Make use of any magnetic surfaces you might have (like a file cabinet!) with these DIY crystal magnets. They’re beyond perfect for a boho-inspired space.

Photography by MANDI JOHNSON VIA ABEAUTIFULMESS.COM

invisible bookends

Like magic. Keep your books straight without the help of bookends (however stylish they may be) for a more minimalist #shelfie.

Photography by JEFF MINDELL VIA STUDIODIY.COM

glitter tray

Because chances are, your desk needs some more pizazz. Good news, there’s nothing a handful of glitter (or two) can’t solve.

Photography by oldbrandnew.com

mid-century desk wall unit

Use shelving units to create a customized wall of shelf and desk space. We promise, it’s easier than it looks.

Photography by JEFF MINDELL VIA STUDIODIY.COM

taco letter holder

Have you EVER seen anything cuter than this taco letter holder? This is how we will be organizing our mail for the rest of eternity, thank you very much.

Photography by BRIT.CO

thrift store chair makeover

Your desk chair is important. Make sure it is comfortable (always a number one priority) and stylish (a very close second). Learn how to reupholster and paint a thrifted chair for a more colorful space!

Photography by DESIGNSPONGE.COM

clay desktop paper holder

Stack your papers without filing them away with the help of this cute DIY. All you need is some oven bake clay, glue, and paint.

Photography by EMMA CHAPMAN AND JANAE HARDY VIA ABEAUTIFULMESS.COM

ombré gallery wall

These days, you have endless options when it comes to arranging your

gallery wall

You can lean your frames against a ledge, add 3D objects, or forgo a gallery wall altogether in favor of oversized art. Now we’re adding one more to the list: the ombré gallery wall, that surprise, surprise, looks perfect in an office setting.

Photography by ANNABODE

desk calendar

Make your own flip calendar with gift tags, gold letters, and watercolor (for the ombré effect, obvi).

Photography by MICHAEL WILTBANK

standing desk

Don’t let your standing desk dreams fall to the wayside. Make them a reality with this easy hack that gives you the option of transforming your regular desk into a standing desk in the matter of seconds.

Photography by designsponge.com

washi tape inspiration

What inspires you changes with the season (and even your mood!). Use the space above your desk to tape whatever is making your creative juices flow—and change it whenever you please.

Photography by ISPYDIY.COM

hexagon cork memo board

Hang your hexagon memo boards and pin your inspiration across your gallery wall. Use various metallic chains to create a mixed metal office and spraypaint the corner of your boards with whatever hue works best in your color palette.

Photography by She Knows

wire wall organizer

Use hooks, paper clips, or tape to hang all of your must-have desk accessories from this wire grid that you can pick up at any nearby hardware store.

Photography by LOVELYINDEED.COM

pegboard words

This might be the coolest office decor, like ever. Even if you decide to simply make your initials, the results of your final project will be seriously impressive.

Photography by VINTAGEREVIVALS.COM

retro desk overhaul

You won’t believe what this desk looked like before Mandi of Vintage Revivals got her hands on it. Lucky for you, this DIY was a one-step process. Technically, all your need to do is add spray paint.

Photography by LOVELYCHAOS.PAPERALLERGY.COM

vintage file cabinet with mid-century legs

You can add new legs to almost anything—even things that don’t technically need legs! That includes your file cabinets and side tables, like this vintage one you see here.

Photography by HOMEYOHMY.COM

typography art

This DIY is super easy—you literally print, frame, and you’re done! Add this free, printable typography art to your deskscape for an instantly chic vibe.

Photography by LOVELYINDEED.COM

customized clipboards

Using leaning clipboards to display notes and inspiration—instead of relying on a larger memo board—is a brilliant idea. Leave them plain if you prefer a more minimal look, or paint them for a more vibrant feel.

Photography by LOVELYINDEED.COM

metal cart refresh

Having a cart in your home office is a luxury everyone should have. Whether you use it for extra storage or save it for accompanying you when sitting in your comfy accent chair, it will serve you well.

Photography by CORRIE BETH HOGG VIA THEHOUSETHATLARSBUILT.COM

paper plant

Not everyone has the patience to keep a real plant alive and thriving, though there are tons of health benefits to keeping plants in your workspace. Give this paper craft a try for added greenery and less caretaking.

Photography by OHJOY.BLOGS.COM

confetti catchall

No desk is complete without a small dish to hold loose items like paper clips, hair ties, or even your keys. This confetti craft is sure to add some color—and happiness—to your deskspace.

Photography by YOUNGHOUSELOVE.COM

craigslist desk update

Let this Craigslist makeover remind you there’s value in finding special—and really, really old—pieces of furniture and turning them into something you’ll use and love forever.

Photography by SUGARANDCLOTH.COM

cork board desk organizer

This desk organizer DIY is easier than it looks, which is good news because it looks professionally built!

Photography by THEMERRYTHOUGHT.COM

concrete desk

Create a concrete top for your desk to add a minimal, industrial feel to your office space.

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