Viperade’s tool pouch keeps EDC gear organized and ready to use. It’s made from 500D polyester fiber with rounded corners and binding tape on its pockets to prevent fraying. Its angled pockets are ideal for small tools and pens, while its top pocket holds a 3.5″x 5.5″ notebook or a phone. A zipper compartment holds loose items.
This handmade tray from Cruickshank Creative offers a modern and minimal place to offload your everyday carry when you come home from a busy day. They’re made from cast cement with a beeswax sealant and a protective cork bottom. It measures 13″ w x 8″ d x 1-1/8″ h and comes in natural grey or white finishes.
This versatile laptop bag from Moose Designs not only has lots of pockets and straps for organizing small items, but its main section also opens up to provide a stable work surface for your computer and easy access to accessories and office supplies in its removable workstation panels. Holds up to a 15.6″ laptop.
Despite measuring just 5″ wide by 7″ tall, this organizer can hold a surprising number of pocket tools and accessories. The MOLLE-compatible pouch has numerous elastic loops, inside slip and zipper compartments, and an exterior webbed pouch. Need even more space? Check out the Maxpedition Beefy.
Sick of digging through drawers looking for batteries? Keep them all in one spot in this briefcase-style organizer. It’s got foam cutouts for AA, AAA, C, D, 9V, and button batteries, along with zippered pockets for other sizes. It also comes with a battery tester, and its makers claim its fireproof, waterproof, and even explosionproof.
Is your day feeling like a dumpster fire? Embrace the chaos with this desktop organizer from Fred. It’s made from MDF wood done up in an authentic dumpster color scheme. It offers a place to store pens, pencils and includes 100+ flame-shaped notecards. Just don’t actually light it on fire.
The Revov keeps your glasses, keys, phone, watch, and other everyday essentials organized. Its rotating beech wood top tray snaps satisfyingly into place using magnets, providing quick access to the items stored in the aluminum cubby below. Plus, removable dividers allow you to customize its storage compartment.
Keep your workspace organized and tidy with this minimal desktop caddy from Three by Three Seattle. The stainless steel organizer comes with either a pen/pencil bin, or a supply bin for small items, while its back can prop up a phone or letters. Combine it with the matching to-do board for a complete storage system.
Keep your desk nice and tidy with Abovus‘ smartly-designed contemporary desk organizer system. Its base modules feature V-shaped ridges which can be used for loose pens and pencils, while modular cork components hold everything from phones to paper clips to tiny plants. Available in individual pieces or complete sets.
The Mote offers a unique way to carry and organize small items. It has eight containers which can hold pills, mints, or even soft items like lip balm or sunscreen. At just 85mm x 55mm x 7mm (~3.34″ x 2.16″ x 0.27″), it’s small enough to carry in your pocket or even inside of many wallets.
Keep your everyday pocket items neat and tidy with this handsome wooden bedside organizer. It offers trays for wallets, rings, and loose change, and a backboard that can hold one phone, two phones, or a tablet, as well as a watch. In ebony, natural walnut, dark walnut, or cherry finishes.
The Geco Hub is a unique, wall-mounted organizer. It uses a 4×4 grid of silicone rubber structures which can securely hold small objects in place. It’s great for keys, eyeglasses, pens, and desk accessories. Its modular design means you can seamlessly join multiple units together, and it can be ordered in either light grey or blue-green.
Carry your office when you carry your laptop. Beblau convenient organizer attaches to the outside of your laptop using elastic straps, and has holders for pens, cables, a phone, and more. At your desk, it stands like an easel, providing easy access to accessories and serving as a phone stand. Fits laptops from 13″ to 15″.
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.
Made from premium Latigo leather, Allegory Goods‘ tool roll is the perfect place to organize tools, pens, knives, or other small items. Its thoughtful design allows you to adjust the spacing of items by looping its cord through its slots, like a shoelace. Available in charcoal, coffee, or saddle. A limited time deal from Drop.
Celebrate your love for old school cassette tapes with this useful desktop organizer caddy. Instead of magnetic recording tape, it holds sticky Scotch tape, and it’s got storage cubbies for pens, pencils, thumbtacks, or other small items. Available with a grey, blue, or pink label.
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.
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.