40 office supply online Modern Products
Add a colorful pop to your room with this functional wall cube. Whether you’re storing toiletries in the bathroom, supplies in your office, books in your bedroom or collectibles in the living room, this shelf is a fun addition to any space.
Ideal for hiding away more supplies, this drawer unit is also portable. I can wheel it around my work room depending on what project I'm working on.
Every modern office looks sharp and clean, until you check out the floor. Messy cords and power strips clutter the floor. With this slick little box, all you need to do is slip your power strip in and close the lid. I'm sold.
This ombre purple chandelier doesn't give off light, but man, is it lovely? It would make such a statement in front of a window or over a crib. You can also find DIY instructions on my blog.
If space won't allow for an art desk, a lazy susan that can be moved around easily is a great alternative for housing art supplies.
Create your own geometric masterpiece with these hexagonal wall decals. They are primed and ready for whatever paint you choose, and they can add texture and pattern to your walls.
If you do miss seeing some green around the house, these potted wheat grass plants are just right. They're healthy, easy and provide a beautiful shock of color.
Potted Wheat Grass
Metal wall ledges allow you to display several prints without making holes in the wall. It's also easy to change your art when the mood strikes.
If I hadn't already had Roman shades made, I would be using these in my little boy's room. I love the combination of the gray with the yellow and white stripes.
In case your version of modern means old-school technology (and by that I mean no dishwasher), this stainless steel dish drainer is for you.
Grundtal Dish Drainer
Brighten a home office corner or children's desk with the Jules junior desk chair from Ikea. Even the most boring task will be a more cheerful one while perched on this!
I think window boxes are one of the best inventions ever — look out your window and see flowers? Awesome. This pine window box has a simple, clean look I love.
This is my dream chandelier, I think. I wonder if you could add real light without burning down your house. The detail on this laser-cut cardboard chandelier is gorgeous, and it comes in several other colors.
I could definitely imagine one of these presses out on a coffee table tray. They're a lovely way to brighten up the daily morning routine.
Swap out your house numbers for a quick and easy style upgrade. I love these oversize numbers in bright red. They would look perfect on a mid-century home.
I like to have all of my writing implements in a central spot. This sturdy organizer made from reclaimed lumber would do just the trick.
Simply switch out the wood panels to change the date with this interactive wooden desktop perpetual calendar.
This modern little stand is the color of truffles. A stand in a color other than white can still be neutral.
This collection of vintage glass bottles from The Vintaquarian on Etsy in interesting shapes — square, triangle and flask — look equally good as a group or displayed separately. They'd be great for a tablescape, flowers or desk odds and ends.
The sturdy fabric bins are perfectly sized to keep accessories, toys, books, art supplies and more stored away in style.
I rarely eat bread anymore, so why would I recommend this bread box? It's just so darn classy. And who says it's only for bread? Use it for storing stationery, office supplies, craft supplies, etc. This baby is on my wish list!
Comes with the oak frame, mounting board, hanging hook, glue and instructions. Perfect for the kitchen, home office, or wine cellar.
A holder set for use only with the Forecast Lighting Edge Slim Bath Bar. The Forecast Lighting F3506 Series Hardware features hardware (edge holders) available in a different finish than the hardware originally supplied with the Edge Slim. These additional edge holders are available in Matte White....
Tromp l’oeil effect for windows. Printed on fuss-free cotton canvas, this subtle ivory pattern of overlapping circles mimics the look of tiny, meticulously sewn-on beads, giving windows a couture treatment.
A-tisket, a-tasket, what will you put in your basket? Perhaps all your crafting supplies to create some order in your workspace? Maybe the kids' dolls and trucks so you can organize their playroom? What about making a place to hold subscriptions and newspapers? No matter its function, we know...
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