Shoppers can't get enough of these Target desk organizers — if you WFH, you'll agree

The makeover your desk actually needs

Brightroom Long Storage Trays in grey used to organize a desk drawer
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Working from home is a blessing — as long as you're prepped for it. Indeed, the advent of hybrid and fully remote jobs helped restore a work-life balance many of us had been missing. That is until we discovered just how messy an office-meets-bedroom can get. I, for one, will hold my hands up and admit that until very recently, my study was less than chic. My breaking point? When I had to wade through piles of paperwork and pens just to find my eraser. Not ideal. It was at this moment that I realized I needed to buy a desk organizer.

Before getting down to the shopping, though, I sought a little guidance from an expert to work out what really requires a desk organizer — and what can be kept elsewhere. Then, I went shopping at Target for some treasures. The buys you'll see below are the desk organizers shoppers rate as the best. I've showcased every type of desk-organization tool you can imagine, from wooden caddies to stackable trays, so let this list be your starting point for a lighter, brighter workplace — especially when teamed with these A1 desk-organization tips.

Shoppers love these 9 Target desk organizers for peak productivity

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I reached out to organization buff and founder of Chaos to Order (opens in new tab), Monica Friel, for some advice on what exactly WFHers need. "Where you’re located in the house and how much space you allocate are the first things to consider," she explains. In practice, this might mean asking yourself whether the office is already a little tested for space. If so, get together everything cluttering the desk, and cut out the stuff you haven't used in years. 

"Beyond that, the functionality of your desk and what you need at your fingertips comes next," she adds. That means checking if you have a set of drawers, measuring them, and then filling it with drawer organizers. No drawer space? Proceed to the next step. If you're big on files, invest in a file organizer. If you work solely on the cloud, look straight to the monitor stand with storage. You get the picture.

You can browse all of Target's desk organizers (opens in new tab) or scroll for my edit of the best.


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Joseph Bobowicz
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Working across digital and print publications, Joseph Bobowicz is a London-born writer obsessed with books, culture, and all things new. When he's not writing about fashion for i-D and the Independent, he's out sourcing the best homewares to incorporate into any humble abode, fixer-upper, or first-time buy alike.

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