Whether they’re meant for the kitchen or the bar, rolling carts are quickly becoming an office staple. Everything you could need, no matter the task or the work space, can travel with you. And if they tuck away under a desk or table, that’s even better! With such a range of carts available, for any and all spaces and in all styles and colours, you’ll roll up on the perfect piece in no time. – Julie
1. Williams Sonoma
2. World Market
4. World Market
6. Bed Bath & Beyond
How cute are these new pocket notebooks from Cotton & Flax?? The notebooks were produced by Scout Books and feature classic Cotton & Flax patterns from their collection of home goods along with some new fun designs. And I love the color palette of gold and blue!
So cute – right?? You can check them out over on Cotton & Flax right here!
Sure, erasers only come in handy every now and then for the average person. But for those of us who use one regularly, or want to be sure to have one on hand, there may be more options out there than you think. Like most office supplies these days, erasers come in many styles so that whether sitting pretty —and at times inconspicuously — on your desk, or as part of your toolkits, there’s something for everyone. – Julie
1. Kate Spade
2. Sideshow Press
4. Kate Spade
6. Paper Mate
If there’s one booth that I absolutely cannot under any circumstances miss at the National Stationery Show, it’s got to be Sugar Paper. And this year is no exception. Between a brand new collaboration with illustrator Jennifer Vallez of Sophie and Lili (!!!) and an amazing new line of brass desk accessories, I can’t wait to see everything in person in just a few days!
Photo Credits: Sugar Paper
I have a slight addiction to pretty office stationery – so I’m super excited about the new products from Iron Curtain Press (Booth #1952!) debuting at the National Stationery Show in just a few days! The Shorthand collection includes brass pushpins (!!!) in four different designs, notebooks with letterpress and foil printed covers and offset printed interior pages, washi tape, and note pads with a to-do list, graph paper, and lined rule paper. Yeah, I’m pretty excited about these…
Can’t wait to see it all in person!
Photo Credits: Iron Curtain Press