Weekly Wishlist: Getting Organised
In the latest edition of our Weekly Wishlist series, we round up some of our top picks to help you get organised.
One of the most common new year’s resolutions is a promise to get more organised. You might just need a few new pieces of stationery or the odd desk accessory to help you do so. And even if you don’t “need” any more, stationery is our favourite thing to shop for regardless of whether we have more than we could ever possibly use or not.
Here are some of our favourite finds to help you get organised…
Eye Dish from Ohh Deer (£29.95)
If your new years resolution is to stop forgetting where you left your keys then Ohh Deer may have the answer. This eye dish may not be the cheapest solution to this common problem but it is the most stylish we’ve found. The two-part tray doubles as both a place to keep your keys, change and trinkets and a graphic-inspired art object.
Triangle Paperclips from Present & Correct (£6.50)
We picked the next product specifically with stationery addicts in mind. Only those truly obsessed with all things stationery-related will understand how pleasing an unusual paperclip can be. Present & Correct’s triangular versions rethink your classic paperclip, and add a geometric touch of sophistication to your everyday filing.
Stratus Checklist from Poketo ($6)
This list book from Poketo adds another artful twist to an everyday task. The futuristic feeling design fuses together pastels pinks and blues. It’ll cheer up even the most mundane list of daily chores!
Terrazzo Notebook from Poketo (£28)
This terrazzo notebook from Poketo is the most on trend item in this week’s list. Terazzo has long been popular in architecture and 2017 saw it seeping into interior design too. The world’s of stationary design seems to be embracing it now, and we’re welcoming it with open arms.
Balloon Pin House from Clive Roddy (£25)
If you are a fan of the movie Up, then this next pick is perfect for you. However, the inspired solution to all your pin-storing problems will make an adorable addition to your desk whether you’ve seen the film or not…
Pape Clipboard from Ding Ding (£6)
Ding Ding play with shapes and simple mark making to create minimal stationary and accessories. This geometric, pattern clipboard is our favourite find from their stylish online store.
Organiser Envelope from Wrap Magazine (£7.95)
Our final pick for this week are these striking organiser envelopes from Wrap Magazine. The collection features envelopes by illustrator Leta Sobierajski and come in a selection of bold colour combinations.