Written by Katie on May 26, 2010. Permalink
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Your Design Guide to Home & Style.
Written by Katie on May 26, 2010. Permalink
Written by Katie on May 19, 2010. Permalink
Rather than using folders to organize, you can use these paperclips to file documents alphabetically. Plus, you’ll have the fun of stringing them together to spell out words (during your coffee breaks, of course).
Designed by Stephen Reed.
Purchase Information:Price: £8.00
Written by Katie on April 21, 2010. Permalink
As you use this ‘edgy’ eraser, it becomes rounder like a pebble. The many edges give you a sharper point to erase, making it easier to use than normal erasers.
Available in 3 colors.
Purchase Information:Price: $5.00
Written by Simon on April 15, 2010. Permalink
The Japanese certainly know how to do stationary right, and this Old Book Vintage Masking Tape is no exception. Amongst many other things, I see it being put to good use for all the vintage and DIY-themed weddings I’ve been seeing more and more of as of lately.
Made in Japan
Size: 15mm ×15m
Purchase Information:Price: $15.99
Written by Katie on February 4, 2010. Permalink
Maybe it’s the soft lighting in these photos, but these erasers seem like the perfect small gift for anyone that still uses pencil and paper.
shown: “You have to know the rules to break them.” “To Error Is Human.”
not shown: “I never make misteaks.” “Don’t give up!”
Purchase Information:Price: $8.00
Written by Simon on February 2, 2010. Permalink
If you happen to cut a lot of tape and will benefit from a pair of non-stick, teflon-coated scissors, this product has got your name on it. It not, then at least enjoy the fact that you will have the coolest looking scissors in your office. Available in Yellow, Red, and Black.
Designer: Hayashi Cutlery, 2002
Materials: Teflon coated Stainless Steel, Rubber
Purchase Information:Price: $37.00
Written by Katie on January 6, 2010. Permalink
Shazam! This lethal looking letter opener designed by Enzo Mari in 1961 (for Danese Milano, Italy) still has the classic lines to catch my eyes in this year of 2010.
Presented in a classic gift box.
Material: Stainless steel with satin finish.
Dimensions: 13.39″ l x 0.98″ to 7.76″ w
(Special: $86.00 instead of $125.00)
Also, this looks like a slightly different version (dimensions, color and price) here: $106.00.
Purchase Information:Price: $86.00
Written by kris & katie on December 10, 2009. Permalink
We’ve posted something like this before, but these have a slight variation in colors and have more of a pastel tone.
This multi-purpose adhesive tape is made of washi, handmade Japanese paper known for its use by artists and craftspeople. It comes in 10 beautiful colors can be used for gift-wrapping, book-marking, arts and crafts, and other projects. It is easy to tear by hand, write on, and remove.
Purchase Information:Price: $25.00
Written by Katie on November 3, 2009. Permalink
Yeah, you could make some of these yourself, but will you? These could be super handy for planning out your week if you’re the magnet board type. (Note: don’t underestimate small details in your workspace, sometimes they can make a big difference in motivating you to keep your projects/thoughts organized.)
Purchase Information:Price: $15.95
Written by Katie on October 29, 2009. Permalink
For this price, you could buy a bunch and give them out to co-workers as holiday gifts. Not sure if some of the items are plastic or metal, but the set at least looks a whole lot nicer than $12.
Purchase Information:Price: $12.00
Written by Katie on October 27, 2009. Permalink
Letter openers are one of those things that you think you don’t really need until… a) you get a nasty paper cut. b) accidentally tear up an extremely important document in your haste of opening the mail. c) you spot your arch nemesis sneaking up behind your desk with a steak knife. or d) all of the above.
(Also, UMA is having a 5th Anniversary Sale with 20% off everything through November 1st. That’s right, 20% off every single thing. Can you believe it?)
Cast zink alloy letter opener by renowned designer Frank Nichols. Elegant simple shape that is a practical addition to any desk. Beautiful gift box.
Purchase Information:Price: $23.96
Written by Katie on October 26, 2009. Permalink
To add to the collection of slightly odd Housekeeping Brushes, this keyboard brush will certainly prompt you to keep those keys clean.
Contributing to the longevity of your keyboards is this clever brush with bristles of different lengths. The raised black bristles also look and feel like a large Braille message. Made in a former school for the blind, the company now employs blind people to produce these extraordinary and function brush items. Made in Germany.
Dimension: 2 in. W x 8.5 in. L x 2 in. H
Purchase Information:Price: $99.00
Written by Katie on October 23, 2009. Permalink
This has to have been done before somewhere by someone. A paper pad mousepad doesn’t take a lot to put together, after all. However, to be fair (and slightly contradictory) I am a fan of Rhodia notepads, so it’s awfully tempting to snap one of these up for myself. The lovely grid pad combined with the appropriately sized mousepad makes one less thing on the workspace surface (and that’s never a bad thing).
Use the note pad as a mouse pad, write notes on it while you use it. When you want to have a clean slate, just tear off the top sheet and start fresh.
There are 30 sheets of graph paper, with a grid size of 25 squares per square inch (quadrille 5/5 mm square).
7.5 x 9 inches
Written by Katie on September 30, 2009. Permalink
At first these looked like Barbie-sized hand magnets, but they’re quite a bit larger than that, thank goodness. Barbie-sized hand magnets probably wouldn’t be very functional (unless they were mighty-magnet strong).
Each set includes 8 hands measuring 7cm x 3.5cm. Hand signals include; Budha hand, pick up the phone, ok, high five, raise your hand, win and good.
Purchase Information:Price: £35.00
Written by Katie on September 21, 2009. Permalink
On? Off? Either way this magnet will keep things right where you put them.
Like turning on and off the switch, turn the magnet “on” to stick memos on the fridge, or turn it “off” to use a pair as a photo stand. It’s simple, yet versatile and fun to play with during those “off” moments!
Package comes in a set of 4 on/off magnets.
W2.0″ x L1.0″ x H0.4″
$16.00, Buy it here.
Purchase Information:Price: $16.00