Take Charge of the New Year With These 8 Organizational Products

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By Paige Alexus / Published by Paige Alexus
This morning on our #ModernMonday chat, Dwell and the community discussed hopes and resolutions for design in the new year.

One of the main topics was organization—and what we can do to begin the year fresh and to keep on top of our busy days. Get started by recruiting tools that will help you lay a clean foundation. Also, take a moment to hear a few tips from our chat this morning and make sure to follow us on Twitter for our next conversation.

@DesignMilk: After taking inventory, I get myself organized and eager to jump in! 

@MarnieOursler: I can't live without my good old-fashioned notebook. I write everything down . If it's not written, it's not happening! 

@Wilson_Lighting: Design is a great tool to organize! Custom storage options, unique shelving, and smart floor plans help keep your home neat.

Cover photo by Martin Tessler

Verpan Barboy
Verpan Barboy
Designed by Verner Panton in 1963, Barboy came from the designer’s efforts to create flexible furniture for a variety of interior spaces. Made up of four cylindrical sections, the trolley is part side table, part container, and combines both form and function at every angle.
Gubi Matégot Coatrack
Gubi Matégot Coatrack
The Matégot Coatrack by Mathieu Matégot is a simple, wall-mounted structure that marries function and personality. Crafted from brass and powder-coated metal, the three-pronged rack has an unexpected look in its use of shine and matte textures—as well as its molecular form.
Cast Iron Clock
Cast Iron Clock
The passage of time gains more weight and meaning with the Cast Iron Clock, hopefully helping you become more aware of the present and live in the now. Sitting at the intersection between Japanese minimalism and modern industrial design, the clock also adds ancient manufacturing methods to the mix.
HAY Copenhague Molded Plywood Desk CPH190
HAY Copenhague Molded Plywood Desk CPH190
Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec designed the Copenhague Series for the new buildings at the University of Copenhagen. Built for use in dormitory rooms, classrooms, and common spaces, the furniture is characterized by warmth as well as functionality.
Ladies & Gentlemen Studio .ORG Deskscape System
Ladies & Gentlemen Studio .ORG Deskscape System
Founded by Dylan Davis and Jean Lee, Ladies & Gentlemen Studio operates out of Seattle and Brooklyn, expressing its bi-coastal identity with designs that bring together complementary opposites—"warm minimalism, playful austerity, and simple sophistication." The .Org Deskscape System is...
This Is Ground Leather Organizers
This Is Ground Leather Organizers
Don't carry less, carry smarter. That's been the mantra of This Is Ground through countless prototypes, at least two small explosions, and heaps of user feedback of their legendary Italian leather organizers.

Are you excited to get organized and spiffy for the new year? Let us know how you're getting started in the comments!