For the Office


1. Cork Cases iPad case at Safari                          10. Pencil Holder by Carla Tennenbaum 

2. Leather iPhone by Tovi                                        113-D apple notepad at curiosity shop

3. Stamp activity kit from Yellow Owl workshop         12. House pinboard at Ferm living

4. Bicycle Paperclip at rawspace                              13. yellow note book by Tas-ka

5. Adress book quatrefoil blue by Nauli                        14. Fitting bulb lights at designlemonade

6. Porcelain word stamp/seal "PAID" at Uguisu           15. Balance love piggybank 

7.  Herman Miller Eames Fiberglass Side Chair           16. Tapehook at upon a Fold 

8. Nautical journal from minimega                               17. Forest of woods by penpencil stencil

9Zenith Plier Stapler                                                18. Crystal-shaped crayons at Our Shop


19. Silver ball calendar at present and correct                        23. iphone case by Jack Spade

20. Blue set from anything design at Notemaker                     24Desk Accessories in Ash 

21. Linen iPad sleeve by Bookhou                                         25. Morris Blau at Human Empire shop

22. Sous bois at Reine Mere


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