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Does anyone know where I can buy a desk organiser like this from?

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werenotreallyhere Tue 14-Jul-15 13:37:02

I want to pop a few on the wall, one for each person:

werenotreallyhere Tue 14-Jul-15 13:39:02

Argh! Let me try to do a link:

scrappydappydoo Tue 14-Jul-15 13:40:04


werenotreallyhere Tue 14-Jul-15 13:44:46

This is what I'm trying to achieve

But though I could put 4 by the front door, one for each person. Letters and school books could go in it and there would be space for keys, sunglasses etc

werenotreallyhere Tue 14-Jul-15 13:45:22

Hang on, clearly still struggling with links!

werenotreallyhere Tue 14-Jul-15 13:45:54

Myturnnow4 Tue 14-Jul-15 14:00:09

I am often tempted by kraft-y versions of these (either made out of wood or cardboard) so that I know that Ikea, The Range and Rymans have definitely had them in. I bet you can find beautiful labels to download and print too.

werenotreallyhere Tue 14-Jul-15 14:26:05

Thanks, I can't find them on any of those websites, although it is possible my searching skills are as bad as my linking ones....this is frustrating!

midnightmoomoo Tue 14-Jul-15 15:58:59

I think the Martha Stewert range in Staples has something similar

bec3105 Tue 14-Jul-15 16:01:30

I have a tray on the window sill by the front for each of the children to put reading books, homework, school letters, dinner money etc in so we always know where it is.

Koalafications Tue 14-Jul-15 16:01:43

I've see these in Homebase and Dunelm Mill

MegMogandOwlToo Tue 14-Jul-15 16:04:17

Dotcomgiftshop have some in the sale. Also think I've seen some in paperchase.

PerspicaciaTick Tue 14-Jul-15 16:05:10

This sort of thing?

werenotreallyhere Tue 14-Jul-15 22:07:15

Thanks all, I've checked out all those shops/sites mentioned websites and can't find one that will work fully with what I want to do, but thanks for the suggestions

werenotreallyhere Tue 14-Jul-15 22:08:35

Persp - one like that would work but would prefer a strong cardboard version (easier for me to figure out how to drill it) and also it must be plain so we can customise it easily

PerspicaciaTick Tue 14-Jul-15 23:46:10

More like this?

darktimes Wed 15-Jul-15 00:13:59

What about this?

werenotreallyhere Wed 15-Jul-15 20:05:34

Persp - that's almost perfect, but there is a ridge on the back so wouldn't sit flush to the wall. Maybe I could sand that bit down? Thanks!

werenotreallyhere Wed 15-Jul-15 20:06:27

Darktimes, I saw that one before but really wanted the double shelf to help keep everything organised, thank you for the link

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