Fab Fridays eZine Peek: How to W.O.W. = Walls Organize Work!

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Do your walls work for you? Meaning … do they hold important notes or photos, do they help you keep track of your busy days, do they make you smile? Well, they can!

Be proud of your hard work and show that pride by surrounding yourself with items that make you smile and provide you with a visual happiness. Ready for some functional uniqueness wall ideas? The picture displayed above shows two square bulletin board that have 3 cool design elements:

1. The white steel surface is magnetic (holds notes, picture, etc.)  
2. The blue underlying surface is make of corkboard (sooo helllooo pushpins)  
3. The design is a decorative brocade (sweet!)

These days we no longer have to have calendars only on our desks. In today’s creative times we can have COOL calendars on the wall that serve function and style! So, if you have been wondering how to fill up an empty space in your home office, family room, or even in the kitchen then wonder no more - skip the simple cliché artwork and make it a functional space adding decorative elements that provides a tablespoon of functionality and teaspoon of organized creativity - yummy! The delicious ‘desert’ of it all is that by placing a decorative organizational tool décor on your wall you maximize your space and eliminate clutter. How yummy is that?

I have gathered a few creative decorative ‘tools’ (all spotted at pbteen.com) to gives you some ideas on how you can put the WOW (Walls Organize Work) in your room! Yes, work CAN be fun, see how:

The 1st design decor is called ‘Daily Dot Dry-Erase Calendar’, they are simple peel-and-stick (self adhesive) cool decals that you can write on with whatever color marker you love. The 2nd design decor not only allows you to write on the large dots, buuuut it is also magnetic; it also comes with an additional letter - a ‘W’ - to symbolize the weekend!

So bye bye boring home office walls, hello sassiness, and put your walls to WORK! Have your Walls Organize your Work! Other quick ideas for WOW, is mounting onto your walls:

1. shelves
2. wood bins (screw onto the walls)
3. wooden or steel magazine holders

QUESTION TIME for my Readers: If you currently have a home office (or designated ‘bill paying’ area), what #1 decor in your home office do you LOVE? Be sure to comment below with your answer!

Have a beautiful day!

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