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DIY Command Center

DIY Command Center

I’m so excited to share this simple DIY Command Center with you! And the free building plans as well.

DIY Command Center Building Plans

School and work look a lot different this year for a lot of people. COVID-19 has sure thrown a wrench in all of our plans. And because of it, a lot of us have found ourselves working and learning from home, when we hadn’t planned on it. And we are all looking for some solutions to keep us organized!

DIY Home Desk

Some of my most popular building plans lately has been my farmhouse desk and this simple school desk. But, I wanted a little extra organization to go along with the desk. So I came up with this cool little command center.

Homeschool Organization

Of course this would be adorable hanging above a homeschool desk, or a work desk. But it would also be perfect hanging by the door, in the garage, or in a mudroom.

key hook command center
key

This DIY command center is the perfect place to keep keys, masks, mail, and all the things organized.

mail organization

I have partnered with Build Something (the Kreg Jig people) to bring you the free building plans for this little guy. I love sharing my plans on Build Something, because it is a great resource for both beginner and expert woodworkers. If you are looking to build anything at all, I bet you can find free building plans on Build Something.

hooks by door diy

Find the Command Center plans here >>> Free Building Plans

If you used this tutorial in your own home, I would love to see photos and share them here on my blog! Please email completed photos to Nat@thecreativemom.com

I would also love if you would share this project, or save it to your Pinterest board for later! You can hover your mouse over the image above and click the “save” button, or share this on InstagramFacebook, or Twitter.

If you are looking for some of my other building plans, including my cute chicken coop or farmhouse bench, you can find them here: Building Plans

This post was sponsored by BuildSomething.com. But all opinions, ideas, and photos are my own. As always, I never recommend anything I wouldn’t use in my own home. And I appreciate you supporting the companies that support me.