Posts Categorized: Desktop

Shop Visit: Papier Tigre, Paris

On my recent trip to Paris, I did a good stationery shop crawl. This is the first of a few posts I’ll be making over the next few weeks about the stores I visited. First up, is Papier Tigre. It’s a really beautiful shop, which great, design led stationery. The prices are fairly high, but they… Read more »

Google Doodle

I’m sure everyone’s seen this, but just in case not, today’s Google Doodle was pretty cool! You can check out the short film here. It’s in aid of Christopher Wren’s 382nd birthday, the architect most famous for St. Paul’s Cathedral.

(New) National Theatre Bookshop Visit

I’ve posted before about visiting the National Theatre Bookshop, when it was in its temporary home earlier this year. It’s now re-opened in its permanent home and it looks GREAT! It does feel as bit as though they’ve gone into my brain and chosen all my dream things… Along with a great selection of books… Read more »

Statera Desk Plant Holders by Fabrica

This one’s not strictly stationery, but still a very cool desk addition which I originally saw on Dezeen. Designed and assembled at Fabrica, Statera is a project conceived by Fiona O’Leary and designed in collaboration with Giorgia Zanellato. It has a really lovely website here. The concept is 2 ceramic plant pots, held by a… Read more »

Stationery Organised Neatly: Neon

This time, my Stationery Organised Neatly has a Neon/Fluorescent theme. Nice and bright. Items clockwise from top left: Bear Highlighters, £3 for set of five, Paperchase Caran D’Ache Couleurs Fluos Pencils, £3.50 each, Harrods (as featured in Caran D’Ache Couleurs Fluos Pencils) Faber-Castell Sleeve Eraser MT washi tape, £2.75, Present & Correct Faber-Castell Sleeve single hole sharpener… Read more »

London Design Week Picks: Pulp

As promised, today I’m focussing on one of my favourite discoveries of Design Junction, which was Pulp. I kind of can’t believe I’ve never heard of them before as they do such great stuff! Their signature product are big memo pads that also double up a desk tidy: The pads all feature paper with different… Read more »

Stationery Picks of London Design Week

This year London Design Week unfortunately clashed with an incredibly busy work week for me so I didn’t get to see as much as I’d’ve liked… But I did get to see a few things I’d like to share. First off, these rad pencil sharpeners from The Wish List exhibition at the V&A: The concept… Read more »

Kickstarter: Sticky Page Markers

Only time for a quick one today but wanted to share the Kickstarter for Duncan Shotton’s brilliant Sticky Page Markers. The idea is that the sticky notes can be used to bookmark pages, and multiple sticky notes in the same book can build up to create a scene. There are 10 different packs, which you… Read more »

Welcome to my new site!

As I hope you’ve all noticed, my website has a lovely new face! I thought it only right to welcome you in, give you a little tour and point out my new features. PEN PALS On the right hand side you should be able to see my new pen pals section. This is other stationery… Read more »

Stationery Organised Neatly: Brown & Brass

Here’s the second in my Stationery Organised Neatly series, and this time I’m looking at Brown & Brass.   Items from top left: Wooden HB Pencil, £1.45 for 6, Muji (as featured in What’s The Best Everyday Pencil?) Tout Simplement Magnetic Pencil, £3 (as featured in National Theatre Bookshop Haul) Vintage Wood & Brass Extension… Read more »