DreamFactoryKR’s handmade birch plywood rack is great for keeping pens, pencils, and small tools in order on your desk. It also has a built in dock for phones which has an acoustic amplifier integrated into the wood. Measures 15.35″ x 5.31″ x 2.99″ and is perfect for leatherworking or clay tools.
Keep your desk organized and tidy with these tiny replicas of the garbage and recycling bins that dot alleys and curbsides around your neighborhood. Measuring in at about 5″ tall, they’re perfect for holding pens, pencils, rulers, and scissors. Available in traditional blue/green, grey/yellow, or pink/purple combos.
Constella’s Deskape is a collection of minimally-styled aluminum desk organizers. There’s a cable organizer, a pen organizer, a card stand, and a paperweight tray. They come in gray, silver, black or gold. Kickstarter buyers can buy individual pieces or the full set.
A bedside or dresser-top valet is a great thing to have, but most of them are too small to hold all of our stuff. Not so for this reclaimed wood organizer from Basic Elements by Mike, which offers three fabric-lined trays, space for multiple watches, and even a phone dock.
We love the retro/mod style of Time4Circle’s desk organizers, made from sheets of acrylic bent into an S-curve. They’re perfect for pens, pencils, smartphones, eyeglasses and more. A felt pad inside protects the acrylic from pen and pencil points. Choose from a variety of colors.
Pluginz teamed up with Marshall to produce a series of officially-licensed wall-mount key racks which look like the fronts of their famed amplifiers. Like their other Jack Racks, your keys hang from 1/4″ audio plugs, but these are embellished with the Marshall “M” logo.
Viewtainer’s slit-top containers are versatile and affordable. The wide slit on their lid makes it easy to add or take out items. They come in many sizes and colors so you can store and organize a variety of small items such as screws, coins, and batteries.
If you must dip your McNuggets while driving, the Saucemoto is the solution to your first-world problem. It clips onto most car air vents, and securely holds dip containers from many fast food restaurants – all while filling your car with the aroma of BBQ sauce or honey mustard.