Inserts and dividers create designated spots for each item
To make the most of the space in your drawer, you can use inserts and dividers. These flexible, custom-made storage solutions save up to 30% of space and are easy to remove for cleaning. They also allow for easy access and optimal hygiene.
Using a basket
Using a basket to organize cords can make it much easier to find what you’re looking for. One great idea is to place your cables in a square basket. This way, you won’t have to worry about having to constantly look down to see what’s missing.
Plastic bins make excellent cord organizers because they double as decor. They are also useful for storing cable ties, extra power strips, and velcro straps. You can also label the cords with the help of dividers. Organizing cords is easier than ever, and it will save you time and energy.
Cords can get tangled when used with multiple devices. Label them so you know which one to use. You can use a marker or label maker to label the cords. Once you’ve labeled them, they can be easily found and retrieved.
Using a media box
Using a media box to organize corded items is a great way to keep your desk organized. One of the most annoying parts of having a desk is finding the cords. By dividing the box into compartments, you can find the cords that you need at a glance. Use scraps of cardboard to label the compartments, and consider coloring them to add a pop of color.
You can also use a cable bag to keep cords organized. These are handy to keep in the drawers and can also be labeled with permanent markers. Another great idea is to use a shoe rack to store medium-sized cords. These racks have slots that are wide enough to fit medium-sized cords, and you can stick connectors over the edge.