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Get Your Life in Order at These Eleven Bay Area Stores

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Spring gets all the credit as the season of organizational overhauling, but we think fall's a far better time to sort out your life. As you resign yourself to shorter days, don't you want to be able to find your favorite things in the waning light? Whether you're in need of an organizational project for Labor Day weekend or after fall begins, these 11 Bay Area spots will set you up for your uncluttering mission.


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The Container Store

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You don't have to be organized to get organized here. Bring in measurements of the space you need organized, and let the staff build your perfect closet, wall-unit, or shelving system.

CB2 Berkeley

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Stop by this Berkeley store for furniture, and you'll find yourself stocking up on artsy organizational supplies like paper clips and binder clips.
The most convenient Ikea to for both Berkeley and SF, this is your go-to place for inexpensive storage solutions.

West Elm

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A step up from neighboring Ikea, this is a great spot for portable closets and beds with built-in storage. Get the clutter out of sight, but sort it first, okay?

Itoya Topdrawer San Francisco

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You don't have to travel to Tokyo for all your multi-colored Itoya supplies. The Japanese office supplier's only U.S. store is right here in SF.

Paper Source

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With a great selection of decorative folders and office supplies from brands like Knock Knock, you'll be pumped about organizing after you visit this Pac Heights shop.

CB2 Union Square

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Located near the Powell Station Muni and BART lines, this budget-friendly modern mecca is a fantastic stop for duvets, curtains, and rugs.

The Container Store

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If you know exactly what you need, save time at the Union Square outpost of the organizational megachain by placing your order online and picking it up in the store. Just call from the garage on 4th Street (there's a phone for your convenience) and an associate will bring your order to you.

MUJI 無印良品

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This SoMa spot is the place to buy your minimalist boxes and hampers and storage bins. Bonus: It's the first Muji location in the U.S. to carry furniture.

Ikea Palo Alto

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Is there any kind of storage furniture that Ikea doesn't sell? We didn't think so. Crafting centers, drawer sets. You're covered. And while you're there, pick up baskets, and door inserts to transform an old bookcase to storage galore.

West Elm

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Cheaper and hipper than Pottery Barn, this Silicon Valley outpost of the popular chain will set you up with the perfect home office and accessories.

The Container Store

You don't have to be organized to get organized here. Bring in measurements of the space you need organized, and let the staff build your perfect closet, wall-unit, or shelving system.

CB2 Berkeley

Stop by this Berkeley store for furniture, and you'll find yourself stocking up on artsy organizational supplies like paper clips and binder clips.

IKEA

The most convenient Ikea to for both Berkeley and SF, this is your go-to place for inexpensive storage solutions.

West Elm

A step up from neighboring Ikea, this is a great spot for portable closets and beds with built-in storage. Get the clutter out of sight, but sort it first, okay?

Itoya Topdrawer San Francisco

You don't have to travel to Tokyo for all your multi-colored Itoya supplies. The Japanese office supplier's only U.S. store is right here in SF.

Paper Source

With a great selection of decorative folders and office supplies from brands like Knock Knock, you'll be pumped about organizing after you visit this Pac Heights shop.

CB2 Union Square

Located near the Powell Station Muni and BART lines, this budget-friendly modern mecca is a fantastic stop for duvets, curtains, and rugs.

The Container Store

If you know exactly what you need, save time at the Union Square outpost of the organizational megachain by placing your order online and picking it up in the store. Just call from the garage on 4th Street (there's a phone for your convenience) and an associate will bring your order to you.

MUJI 無印良品

This SoMa spot is the place to buy your minimalist boxes and hampers and storage bins. Bonus: It's the first Muji location in the U.S. to carry furniture.

Ikea Palo Alto

Is there any kind of storage furniture that Ikea doesn't sell? We didn't think so. Crafting centers, drawer sets. You're covered. And while you're there, pick up baskets, and door inserts to transform an old bookcase to storage galore.

West Elm

Cheaper and hipper than Pottery Barn, this Silicon Valley outpost of the popular chain will set you up with the perfect home office and accessories.