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Looking to incorporate some color into your mix of Danish modern? This desk is simple, functional, and a little unexpected with its bold colored cubbies.
This calendar is a different and fun way to keep track of your schedule. It looks like a set of Legos and can be built any way you like with different pieces to indicate travel days etc. Very fun.
These hand-bound books have gorgeous wooden covers made from recycled wood. Full disclosure: My husband's cousin is married to the carpenter who designs their wooden covers. I'd love to have one of these books to record favorite family memories.
Large Desktop Station
Pretty pencils would look lovely on my desk and be very useful in writing my dreams and lists for spring.
This is a fabulous, modern, industrial desk. The large, sturdy table space is excellent for laying out a project (or two), while the angled design leaves plenty of room for your legs to sprawl out.
Metal Cross Brace Desk
My favorite "In" bin is this vintage-inspired piece from Olive Manna. It's the perfect combination of farmhouse and industrial.
I'm in love with the look of this antique postage scale — it would give any desk that modern general store style, and it still works (keeps an accurate weight up to four pounds).
This Faux Bamboo Chinoiserie Desk from the 1960s would be a wonderful focal point in a chinoiserie office.
Say what? We use these little talking bubble stickies around the Houzz offices, and they never fail to elicit a smile.
If I need to take my letter writing on the go, a simple leather pouch for pens and pencils is always what I'm after.
Leather Pen Case
Express your sentiments on a pencil. Send your friends away with these Love is All You Need Pencils. They come in red and pink and are perfect as a valentine in itself.
Scatter a few of these fun, playful, oversize jacks on your coffee table to show a less serious side of home decor.
Here's a clever tape holder that is pretty enough to use as a decorative piece, but is also functional!
I love the beautiful scrolled X legs on this wood desk. It will inspire you to spend the time in your home office!
To me, this desk is too sleek for homework. Instead, I'd use it for grownup stuff like paying the bills, writing correspondence and reenacting scenes from The Apprentice. Wait, that's not grownup behavior?
Homework Desk Viesso
Collect all the business cards you receive in this box, and keep them all organized. You can also use this to organize your notes and such.
Colorful notebooks can be used as the base for a display. Nothing like a little extra texture, and the spiral bound metal does just that.
These mesh drawer organizers have completely corralled my office supplies so that everything has its place. They come in a variety of sizes to catch all of your desk supplies.
Here is the splurge of the day: a great boxy desk/cabinet with midcentury French styling. Store all your paperwork inside, close the writing lid and you have one terrific looking chest. And it's just so handsome in black.
No need to relegate this dot-covered washi tape to the folds and corners. Use it in place of ribbon across the length and width of the wrapped gift.
Put a stamp on it! Sign thank you notes for clients with a custom stamp. That's always a good thing for business.
I've never heard of this weather predictor but it has apparently been in use since the late 1700s. When crystals appear inside the glass weather is about to change. I'm not sure if it really works but it's a great looking desk accessory.
Watch much Mad Men? Florence Knoll was widely responsible for the sixties office aesthetic that continues on today. Her versatile table desk is no exception. Available in two sizes of ovals or as a round table.
Bring some preppy flair to your desk with these gorgeous geometric pens in an assortment of vibrant colors.
A big boy room means it's time for a big boy desk. I like that this one offers a pop of color. It provides just enough storage space, but the main reason for needing a desk is for my son to have a dedicated space to do his homework — the kitchen table has been fine, but it's time for something new....
It's nice to have a spot for guests to sit and write, or to set up their laptop (especially if they'll be in town for several days). This petite desk has loads of charm and two drawers for stashing note paper and pens.
I would probably cover my desk with about a hundred of these cute little containers. Do you think that would still count as "organized?"
I'll need some cute, fun things on my workspace to keep me motivated. This alligator staple remover is just the thing.
I ordered this case to go with my new iPad (iPad 3) and I love it. I got lucky, too! This is a sturdy, thick and attractive case.
This antique mirrored console table is so versatile. My first instinct is to transform it into a glamorous dressing table in the bedroom or bathroom, but also makes a perfect console table in the entryway or living room, a sideboard with storage in the dining room (it has drawers), or as a sofa...
I love this collection of acrylic desk accessories. They're not only beautiful, but functional. And because they're clear, they help your desk look less cluttered.
There are so many magazine piles around my home, so these kinds of files are a necessity for me. I love this brocade design from The Container Store. I'd cluster a few at the corner of my desk for maximum organization.
Brocade Magazine File
Keep your work desk looking good with a pair of these elegant Tajika Cast Iron Scissors. They are perfect for snipping off the string from mysterious parcels from faraway lands.
These faux paint cans are beyond perfect for holding crayons, markers, colored pencils and the like. Paint cans house color, so why not in the nontraditional form too? They add a bit of interest to the space and serve a great purpose by hiding all of the little bits.
Gold Buckyballs are a fantastic addition to an office or living room. They can entertain you or your guests for hours.
An old typewriter is a great interest piece. There's no better way to accessorize a writer's home than with an antique tool used by other writers.
This simple silhouette doesn't require much room, but the design and pop of red will certainly cause heads to turn.
I'd choose these Kassett magazine files to keep myself organized. They are sturdy and look great, and I'd add a label to keep them straight.