Welcome to SortJoy
We're a women-founded company working to make home organization more sustainable and approachable. Our guiding light is our belief in organization as self-care.
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"I am a big fan of the neutral color and the quality of the material. I also really appreciate that I can fold the containers to fit the height of my shelves perfectly."– SortJoy Customer
"The charcoal is such a pretty color and the quality of this bin is incredible. Highly recommend these flex bins"– SortJoy Customer
"Amazing, high quality bins! They look great in our mudroom. They are totally worth the price!"- SortJoy Customer
Why SortJoy Bins?
Opaque bins mean you can keep whatever items make sense together, instead of optimizing for color or appearance.
While it looks nice, a rainbow assortment or a color-coded system is often counter productive and hard to maintain.
Try a super lightweight bin for 10x the functionality.
Our felt bins won't scratch your surfaces and are essentially unbreakable! A bin that's easy to move can be the difference between a functional system and a dysfunctional one.
The secret to having a well-organized home isn’t doing a once-a-year big organization day.
It’s about creating a system that you can maintain every day. That means being kind to yourself and enjoying the process of figuring out what works for you.
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