12 Fabulous Family Command Centre Ideas

Here is a confession: this GIANT chalk-board command centre by Beneath My Heart is my personal favourite! Click on the picture to go to her blog and learn how to DIY.
What I love about this command centre is that it has a lot of paper holders suitable for mails, bills, homework to be signed (assigned by child’s name), the possibilities are endless. I found this on the internet, if you are the owner please please contact me so I can link to your blog. Love it so much!
Click on the image to check out how to DIY this fabulous fancy pants command centre! It’s so neat and it makes you feel like you have your life in order!
I can’t resist the simplicity of this command centre. 3 tin buckets, one calendar and a very compact paper holder. Just perfect. Click on the image to head straight to See Vanessa Craft and learn how to DIY!
The clear separated segments make this command centre attractive. And each person could have 2 slots for their paper holder. Found this gem on http://www.chaostoorder.com
Pottery Barn’s Daily System. Gotta love it. There’s a place for everything!
Do you see the slots for the paper? This is kind of unique. And there’s even space to hang school bags. Love it. If you are the owner of this creation, please please contact me so I can link to your blog. Thank you!
Another nice example from Silver Hawk Realty.
One of my favourites. If you are the owner please contact me so I can link to your blog. Thank you!
This genius use of a wall space is by Jenna Burger of SAS Interiors. Check her out! Click on the image to be linked to her article about this beautiful command centre.
Love this! Each person has so much space for themselves! And there’s a centre calendar where everyone can fill in their schedule using colour codes. If you are the owner of this project please contact me so I can link to your blog. Thank you!
Lou Lou Girls has gotten it so plain, simple and functional! This is definitely for families that love minimalism. Click on the image to be linked to her blog where she tells you how to DIY.

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