Running a home is much like a business. Without a good organization system, it’s hard to keep up with all the things. I’ve put together some awesome command center ideas to help you take charge of your home.
My simple command center is on the edge of our kitchen. I covered an old cork board with burlap to make our bulletin board which looks nice with our other decor.
It’s a great place to post kids paperwork from school, sports calendars, chore charts, and other timely information that we don’t want to get lost in the shuffle.
Plus, it’s nice to have a specific location for pictures and special paperwork they are proud of.
My kids are starting middle school and high school this year, but they still take pride in displaying their accomplishments.
If you are looking for ideas to keep your family more organized, you are certain to find some creative ways to stay on top of the activity schedules here!
Kati's display includes a pretty calendar that she uses to write important events, space for meal planning to allow the family to see what they will be having for dinner, and clip boards to hold timely papers, chore charts, etc.
How to Organize the Family Command Center with IKEA Items You'll Love
Jasmine created a personalized home command center that is both pretty and functional using items from IKEA.
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See how Chelsea attaches a vinyl chalkboard sheet directly to her refrigerator for a conveniently located command center.
Sarah from Creative Ramblings put a peg board in her hallway for easy access to their command center board. See how she did it here.
Get tips from Mandy at Motherhood Maniac for a functional system to stay on top of your family's schedule.
Angel from Fleece Fun keeps her family organized using this system.
See how I turned an old cork board into a pretty burlap-covered bulletin board. This is our home's command center!
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Best of luck organizing your family schedule. It can be daunting, but once it is clearly displayed for all, it can help things run a bit more smoothly.