The Best Accessories to Get Organised In 2021
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The Best Accessories to Get Organised In 2021

The most stylish storage solutions

Are your shelves, drawers, cupboards and wardrobe are doing anything but ‘sparking joy’ at the moment? An organised home helps to promote an organised mind and bring balance back into your home (especially combined with a good clear out), so if your WFH desk and wardrobe is threatening to overspill, it’s time for a good decluttering. Make your organisational resolutions a little easier to stick to, and get your living and working spaces back under control (and looking beautiful) with these organisation accessories.

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Flour and rolled out pantry labels on clear jars

Harper and Wren set of 27 editable pantry labels, £6.

Ready for the pantry of your dreams? These clever personalised labels are perfect to get your kitchen cupboards in tip-top shape – and a quick and cost-effective way of giving your your jars or spice bottles a modern refresh.

Pentreath Hall coloured alphabet letter pen pots

Pentreath Hall Alphabet Brush Pot, £40.

If you’re pens are all still residing in a dusty mug in the home office: it’s time for an upgrade. Give your desk a colourful lift with these lacquered alphabet pots from Pentreath Hall.

Muji Acrylic desk organiser mini draws

Muji acrylic 5-drawer box, £34.95.

Perfect for tidying away your pens, envelopes, paperclips and desktop paraphernalia, this Muji desk top solution is a home office must.


Brabantia set of four square canisters, £31.95,

Half empty porridge packets and a few almonds rattling around at the bottom of a draw are never a good look. Modernise your breakfast bar and keep your go-to ingredients close to hand in Brabantia’s canisters.

Pink 'Getting Stuff Done' journal CGD London

CGD London ‘Getting Stuff Done’ planner, £28.

Start the year right with a dedicated planner – this one contains exercise, meal planning and food shopping boxes for the true to-do list experts.

Acrylic stacked clear fridge vegetable draws with veg in

The Home Edit & iDesign vegetable bin, £17.50.

Wilting carrots can put a dampener on your New Year faster than the first drink after a customary two-week attempt at dry Jan. As seen on Netflix’s The Home Edit (and designed in collaboration with iDesign) these smart vegetable bins keep your vegetables and fruit clean, fresh and organised.

Black and white weekly desk planner

Ella Iconic My Weekly Agenda, £10.

For scheduling our January zoom calls, home workouts and online orders – we’ll be investing in a desktop-sized weekly planner.

Anthropologie leather desk accessories: in tray, pen pot and calendar holder

Anthropologie desk organisers, from £46.

Anthropologie’s pen pot, desk tray and file organisers is dusky shades of leather are as practical as they are stylish.

John Lewis grey multi-compartment drawer organiser

John Lewis 9 section organiser, £10.

Get your rogue drawers under control and tame loose socks, ties and accessories with this nine-compartment organiser.

Three sets of multicoloured post it notes in patterned holder

Rifle Paper Co Trio of sticky notes, £14.80.

Split into ‘To Do’, ‘Reminders’ and ‘Notes’ this trio of sticky notes will make it easy to stay on top of your January to-do list.

Three flower-patterned document holders in black, blue and cream

Rifle Paper Co, £10.

Rifle Paper Co’s pretty file folders – in wild rose pattern and gold foil for a dash of inspiration in your work space.

Glass three-tray mini organiser with brass detailing

Oliver Bonas pink gold & glass beauty storage shelves, £39.50.

Looking for a fancier solution to organising your make-up brushes and beauty potions? We’re head over heels for Oliver Bonas’s pink gold & glass storage shelves.

Clear acrylic shelf dividers separating a pile of blue and white towels

The Home Edit & iDesign shelf divider, £10.

Keep towels, t-shirts and sweaters in their proper place with these clip-on acrylic shelf dividers.


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