Fabulously unique Agenda ($45) for 2011 from VeeKee780 on Etsy. At 5.5×8” its generously sized for all your notes. The interior pages are printed in grey with whimsical borders dividing your week-at-a-glance pages. There’s also month-at-a-glance pages and space for notes in the back. There is even an envelope inside the back cover for loose papers.
VeeKee780 also offers a big desk calendar ($20) and several other cover designs for the Agenda so you’re bound to find one perfect for your way of working.
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Make this DIY dry erase board with a picture frame and some pretty backing paper. Voila!
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The Alex filing drawers from Ikea are almost as ubiquitous to the modern home office as the Parsons desk from West Elm. This photo shows that to really get some mileage out of this diminutive flat files, you need to line about three of them up as an office sideboard with infinite storage space.
FYI: The Alex drawers were designed to hold A2 paper (16.5 x 23.4 in) which can be a bit of a challenge to Americans accustomed to our Letter, Legal and Tabloid sheets.
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Simple home workspace situated between two windows. Nice space!
Coming in at #34 on the 100 Perfect Gifts Whether You’ve Been Naughty or Nice, the Sharpie Liquid Pencil might be this year’s perfect little stocking stuffer. The Well=Appointed Desk has brought this little gem to your attention in the past but now, its time to take this little writing implement for a test drive — even if you have to stick it in your stocking yourself. $2 And don’t forget to let us know how you like it. (via Wired.com)
White on white workspace is completely complimented by white iBook and iPod. Is this taking color coordinatation too far? I think not.
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