Get Neat and Tidy with Cargo Naturals Stationary Boxes
Start the new year off with a little organization. You want your house to be neat and tidy when you have visitors? Try using these lovely stationary boxes around your house.
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These stationary boxes stack for the ultimate in neat and tidy. Hide anything you want in them, but they’re perfect for putting away those papers that invariably find themselves floating around your house, with no place to go.
These Cargo Naturals stationary boxes are available in several colors, meaning they can match nearly any decor.
Available in: Bluestone, Graphite, Red Spice, Sage, Nutmeg
These stationary boxes are 12.5 inches long by 10.5 inches wide x 3.8 inches deep.
Stationary box features include
- Durable and protective acid free fiberboard.
- Decorative metal trim and corners add stability.
- Label frame identifies contents. Convenient pull.
How can you use stationary boxes to neaten up your home?
As a Holding Place for Your Incoming Mail
Instead of dumping your unsorted mail on your counter, place it inside one of these neat boxes. Take one day a week to go through your mail, pull out anything you need to file away permanently, throw out the junk, and pay your bills. Instead of spending precious time each day sorting and filing, you save time and effort by doing it once a week.
As a Place to Store Memorabilia
When your children bring home art or keepsakes home from school, place it in a stationary box for safe keeping. Use a different box for each school year and each child. You’ll build up a wonderful collection of memories that will stack tidily onto a shelf. (These particular stationary boxes are acid free for safe storage of memorabilia.)
As a Hiding Place for Your Paper Piles
In your home office, use stationary boxes to keep piles of papers under control. Some people need piles, but if you want to have your piles and a neat home, hide them away in pretty stationary boxes.
This suggestion isn’t for the faint of heart, but the truth is, sometimes you can’t organize every part of your life. Why try? If you want a neat home, all the time, you’ll sometimes find yourself making sacrifices between true organization and neatness. This can be one of those times. I promise not to tell on you.