Incoming mail, outgoing mail, catalogs, coupons and ancillary items can easily clog your entryway, desk or kitchen table. A good mail organizer keeps all those piles and stacks of paper in one place without making your space look messy. A mail separator can also help you sort your piles by category so that bills are paid on time, letters get responded to and coupons and newsletters can be redeemed before their expiration dates.
There’s a wide variety of mail organizer ideas to suit your style and budget, from a simple wall-mounted piece to more complex pieces that occupy floor or counter space. Most come fully assembled or are easy to assemble. For those who have a lot of clutter, consider a large mail organizer with plenty of trays or bins to hold the most important items. If you like a minimalistic design, a simple C-shaped metal organizer is sleek and functional without being an eyesore on your desk.
Taming the Paper Clutter: Maximizing Efficiency with a Stylish Mail Organizer
If you love the feel of woven rattan, try this mail holder from The Container Store x KonMari. It has a vintage vibe that adds interest to a modern or farmhouse kitchen or office. Another option is a mail holder made from old vinyl records that have been curved into pockets. It’s a unique way to store your papers while adding a pop of color to an entryway or mudroom.
Keep incoming and outgoing mail separated in this wooden organizer with a rustic whitewashed finish. It has slots for magazines, letters and coupons as well as a small slot for post-it notes, pen and pencils. It even has hooks for hats and keys, which makes it perfect for an entryway or mudroom.