Hands up: Who is in desperate need of some family organizing help? Yup, us too! That's why we spent some time scrolling through Pinterest to pick out five of our favorite family command center ideas. Surely these will help keep us all in order!
If you are looking for something unique, simplistic, and modern, this is perfect! We love the rustic touches, and the fact that it's actually a very affordable project, with many materials being repurposed.
This organization center is clean and crisp, with designated spaces for each child. We love the simplicity of it, as well as the large drop boxes for all of the kids' school paperwork.
If you've got a big family, or a busy schedule, or even both, you must be looking at this awesome hub of organization with lots of heart eyes! It's basically a massive chalkboard but with some genius additions to make tracking family activities a little bit easier.
This fun command center is sure to get your kids' attention with its bright colors. With plenty of space to store school materials, as well as room to display schedules, this center really does have it all!
It's important to add a fun twist to your command center; after all, it should be personal to your family. We love the fun addition of an abacus to this organizing station, as well as there being different methods to display messages.
Do you have a family command center at home? We'd love to see it! Tag us @creativeqt on Facebook or Instagram.
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