Whether you work for a small startup company, or a booming commercial architectural design firm, you have clutter from everyday work life. This clutter can create storage and organization problems. Fortunately, there are several innovative ways you can save space in your business office. And, bonus, you don�t have to sacrifice too much of your clutter.
Go Old School with File Cabinets
File cabinets were the ultimate organizers back in the day. They kept hard copies of everything you needed, while freeing up space. But they had to be super-organized and labeled to find whatever you needed to find. While old school, file cabinets would still work as organizers today. Plus, the sides are usually magnetized, so you can fill them with your must-have, need-now paperwork.
Or, Better Yet, Save Everything to Memory Drives
If file cabinets are too prehistoric for your office, go for memory drives. These sleek electronics are reliable and professional. You can transfer and store whatever you need from your computer onwards. But be sure to keep these in a safe place. If one drops, there goes your files. Unfortunately, there are fragile, but super-efficient.
Add a Few Bookcases
Bookcases are the original organizers. And they never go out of style. Get your office architect to build you a few high-quality bookshelves for your office space. Then fill them up with books (of course), office trinkets (pictures, etc.), and filed paperwork. They will be super-easy to just go-and-grab when you need something. And you can alphabetize everything to make it simpler for organizational purposes.
Clear Your Clutter
While the beginning paragraph said you didn�t have to sacrifice your clutter, this paragraph might be a bit contradictory. Consider clearing out all of your unnecessary junk in favor of a minimalist office space. Keep only the necessities, like important files and papers, but ditch the rest. Trash can go where it goes, and you can take those hundreds of framed artworks home or to a secondhand shop for resale.
Your office space is like a home away from home, but it doesn�t need the same amount of clutter. Get rid of your unnecessary stuff, and make way for a safer, cleaner, better organized workspace. Studies have shown that people work harder and better when their workspace is clean, organized, and clutter-free. Take the time to make your workspace a nicer place to be.