Pretty Paper Organizers

Start the year off right by filing away the pesky pieces of paper that clutter up your home. Chances are that you can shred most of those records but for the ones that you want to keep, put them away in one of these gorgeous storage options. They're so attractive that you can leave them right on your desk for easy filing.

Get your receipts out of the bottom of your purse and into this red and white floral organizer. ($9.95, BarnesandNoble.com)
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Stash all your important papers in this oilcloth accordion file. The durable, laminated cotton fabric comes in three cheerful patterns. ($60, SeeJaneWork.com)
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This chocolate kimono file set comes with a linen covered holder and 12 pretty folders to help you get organized. ($27.95, Paper-Source.com)
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These sturdy fiberboard boxes are the perfect place to keep letter-sized file folders. With 5 bright colors in the spring collection and 5 neutral options in the autumn collection, you're sure to find something to match your decor. ($24.99, ContainerStore.com)
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The delicate design of this desktop file would look lovely in any room, but it's actually a durable steel repository for your papers. (19.99, ContainerStore.com)
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Want to create a filing system, but not sure where to start? Consider the File.starter. It presents you with 12 pre-labeled and color-coded files grouped into 3 areas—health, money and professional/educational—for an easy-to-implement organizational system. (9.95, FranklinCovey.com)
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photos (top to bottom): BarnesandNoble.com, SeeJaneWork.com, Paper-Source.com, ContainerStore.com (2) and FranklinCovey.com

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