Holy Crap Eraser
Written by Katie on November 22, 2010. Permalink
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Your Design Guide to Home & Style.
Written by Katie on November 22, 2010. Permalink
Written by Katie on November 18, 2010. Permalink
Luxury pens and fancy mechanical pencils? Pffft. Kick it old school style with this pencil designed by Conrad Gessner over 400 years ago. Did you get that, 400 years ago? It’s hand-made from turned cherry wood and will set you back a mere £21.
Purchase Information:Price: £21.00
Written by Katie on November 16, 2010. Permalink
Get ideas in the shower? Or in the rain? or while doing dishes? Behold the Waterproof Notebook, which is comprised of 80 sheets of waterproof paper and a graphite pencil. (I hadn’t really been aware of such a thing as waterproof paper, but apparently you can tear out the sheets like an ordinary notebook.)
Purchase Information:Price: £8.95
Written by Katie on November 4, 2010. Permalink
Well, looky here. This folder transforms into a carrying-box with just a few steps. So if you have just a short stack of papers, the file is perfect… and if your short stack becomes tall, make the file into the carrying box to accommodate. Pretty smart.
Purchase Information:Price: $10.00
Written by Katie on November 3, 2010. Permalink
How much do you like these bookmark sets? I might love them, I really might. Each bookmark has a re-usable glue like a sticky label, so they’ll last for a few months. When I was looking around for images to use for this post I found a whole bunch of other Stipee Bookmarks around $8.00 from Japanese Gift Market. My favorites are the Savanna and Forest, mostly because I like the landscapes, but there’s more than a handful of other ones to choose from (Numbers (color) could be fun to use too).
Purchase Information:Price: $8.95
Written by Katie on November 1, 2010. Permalink
I’m trusting you had a good weekend in light of all the festivities (the rally, the costumes, etc.)? Now that you’re back at your desk (sanity firmly in place), maybe you’ll see need of these handy organizers by Less&More via their Etsy shop. There’s quite a few options, so whether you need it for pens and pencils or craft supplies, they’re sure to get stuff sorted and ready for your creative fingertips.
Desk Organizer (shown above), $57.00
Purchase Information:Price: $57.00
Written by Katie on October 25, 2010. Permalink
Ooo, take a look at paperbacknote.com for a whole selection of blank notebooks with covers from second hand paper back books. There are some truly great finds that will keep your notes spectacularly undercover (so to speak).
Purchase Information:Price: $18.00
Written by Katie on September 29, 2010. Permalink
What frivolity is this, you say? It’s a Bic pen with a real ostrich or goose feather, perfect for those times when you need a bit of over-the-top flourish in signing important documents (mortgage, birth, divorce papers, etc.)…
Purchase Information:Price: $65.00
Written by Simon on September 28, 2010. Permalink
Shh…it’s a secret. At a first glance these Air Mail envelopes from Sweetie Pie Press are nothing out of the ordinary, but when held up to a light source they reveal a secret message, and in this case, an uplifting and comforting one. This is a first in series of envelopes so we’re definitely looking forward to seeing the upcoming ones.
Written by Katie on September 10, 2010. Permalink
Maybe you’ve seen this already, maybe you haven’t. Either way, it’s still the only 98% biodegradable pen in the world. The body is composed of bio-plastic, the ink reservoir from biodegradable fiber, and the ink itself is ACMI certified non-toxic. Not enough for you? Well, it’s also produced at a wind-powered facility in the US, so that should be enough to impress.
Designed to decompose in a compost facility within 180 days.
Purchase Information:Price: $8.98
Written by Katie on September 9, 2010. Permalink
If you’ve got a faux allergy to plastic, consider this walnut tape dispenser. And you thought your office mates were jealous of your Swingline, just wait until you unveil this baby. Takes standard sized tape; one roll of Japanese washi paper tape included.
Purchase Information:Price: $38.00
Written by Katie on September 3, 2010. Permalink
If your sticky notes don’t quite give you the planning space you need, take a look at this notepad. Available in either a weekly calendar or graph style, you’ll have an 11.8″ x 2.7″ area to jot notes while planning your week.
Written by Simon on September 1, 2010. Permalink
I just stumbled across this neat set of cast concrete desk accessories from Israeli design group Umamy. Simply titled “Concrete Office Helpers”, this line of organizers are sure to add a bit of industrial-chic styling (and quite a bit of heft) to your desk. The entire set currently costs $300, but individual pieces can also be purchased.
More information:View Umamy Concrete Desk Accessories here
Written by Katie on August 31, 2010. Permalink
Check out this handy stamp. It contains lots of tiny symbols that block out your address or other sensitive details in your mail. Might save you some time and/or trips to the paper shredder. Or, if you’re extremely paranoid, it’ll just place an additional security measure against those that are planning on piecing together your shredded mail.
Purchase Information:Price: $19.95
Written by Katie on August 26, 2010. Permalink