Author Michael B. Kitson said: “When you have cleared all of your clutter, you can be of greater service to those around you.” For starters, because you can go about your business in a more efficient manner, rather than spending lots of time searching between mounds of stuff.
So we are proud to suggest an item that will help you unclutter your surroundings, and do so while keeping up with your fine aesthetics. The MoMA Tower of Clips multipurpose organizer was designed by Barbara Flanagan for the Museum of Modern Art.
It is an ingenious and attractive solution to keeping small items, the type that you need to use on a daily basis, at a permanent location – be it business cards, reminder notes, pens, or car keys.
Made of stainless steel, this organizer has 12 clips arranged on both sides that we think make the unit resemble a tree. You can attach to it anything that you will be using throughout the day, whether at home or at the office.
Where are you keeping small items right now? Could it be in a drawer mixed in with paper clips, notepads, glue, and the sort? We are positive that after you try this organizer you will wonder how you ever survived without it.
An author besides a designer, Flanagan is quite aware of the importance of organization. Her creation for MoMA reflects it, and we are excited to offer it as part of our push for clever living.
Be of greater service to those around you! Let the “Tower of Clips” help you stay organized!