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{at the office: work + play}

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Have always been fascinated {and often inspired} by the workspaces of others, such as this pretty and remarkably calming and creative space . . .

Have a borderline obsession with stationery and office supplies and have been known to use only my own pens, in any given situation.

Love the Japanese styling of this assortment — bright and cheerful, with the perfect combination of work and play . . .

{images: 1: a.n. on flickr via Creature Comforts; 2+3: stationary products from Japan from So-En Magazine via Scout-Holiday}

5 Notes
  • I have a minor addiction for office supplies this post just feeds my addiction. I also love seeing other peoples workspaces in hopes it inspires me to add style to my own space. Thanks!

  • So glad to hear of your minor obsession. I can stay in the office supply store for hours:)

  • Would appear I’m in good company with the office supply addiction :)

    People St. Clair, I might have known you’d also have the same obsession, as you have your own fantstic line of stationery products.

  • I love these collections…great find! I’m also an office supply junkie as well as the Container Store!

    If only we could organize an office supply store field trip *sigh* That would be a fun post…

  • in_mittens said...

    Though I do see the value of “the paperless workplace”, I can’t deny my appreciation for the beauty and functionality of stationery and office supplies like the ones you’ve shown here. Personally, I will never switch to an electronic organizer; paper is just so much more satisfying!

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