I need a to-do list that stays visible, and this mini goals chalkboard is one of my favorite ways to do that. I keep mine at eye level just off to one side. And I adore the little extra inspiration.
A good desk needs three things: (1) nice drawers, (2) shelves, and (3) ample space. This desk has them all. I love traditional wooden desks that can handle everything I need them to.
You could use it for tea, but I like the idea of using this tumbler to hold a fresh set of colored pencils. It doesn't matter how long I've been out of school, I always look forward to that.
These old wine crates with chalkboard fronts would be ideal to keep files or stacks of paper. I love that you can label and stack them in different ways to create interest.
Really, you can never have too much inspiration on your walls as you work at your desk. My walls are filled with artwork, drawings, magazine clippings and inspirational sayings like this one. No matter what you do, amazing things will happen.
There's one candle for each season to light the way as I sit at my desk and work. I've loved the Four Seasons collection from Bailey Doesn't Bark for a long time, and these scents are stunning.
Books are the only thing I collect, but sometimes I long for more than a regular bookshelf. I love how these showcase books and turn them into art.
No office is complete without a map of some sort, but I like the way this globe and the original art on it is unique. It definitely adds some interest while simultaneously being informative.
A simple but stunning way to showcase those most important to you (or me, since this is my desk I'm talking about) and inspire you every time you glance up.
The classic look of this stapler would complement the other sleek lines on a desk — and you'd never have to look for that mini-stapler again.
I didn't truly appreciate decorative tape until I started using it; now, I simply can't get enough. It's perfect for gifts, envelopes and just to stick things up on the wall temporarily.