Classic stationery items are always valuable items to keep close to hand on desks and in pencil cases. Pencils and notebooks offer an easy way to jot down ideas and thoughts without worrying about where your phone or device is or whether it is fully charged!
Here at Homecolours we love how penicils, erasers, rulers and notebooks can provide a perfect template for designer to try out new ideas.
The following are some great examples of new designs in stationery.
A fun and useful addition to the office or study space can be made with the above Kastor Pencil Sharpener by Alessi.
Inspired by the hungry habits of a beaver, applying the sharpener is a perfect way to keep pencil nibs sharp and effective.
The shavings are neatly collected inside the main body of the sharpener, ensuring work surfaces stay neat. The cool looking chrome-plated product also doubles as a paperweight for keeping documents in place.
Another colourful way of keeping desks and stationery in order is offered by the Pantone Pencil Cup. Elegant and stylish, the 100% fine China made container is available in a huge variety of Pantone colours. The cup also offers a striking focal point in work and study areas.
Pantone also deliver their colourful style in the form of a handy eraser for removing pencil mistakes. An essential item for anyone making quick notes and jottings, the practical and striking piece is another great item for pencil cases.
Rulers are also given the pantone treatment with the above steel Pantone Ruler 30cm.
Great for use as an artistic statement and an essential tool for design work, the ruler is available in a variety of colours for a memorable look and style. A straight edge provides plenty of scope for underlining in exactly the right way, while the clear and easy to read measurements ensure the perfect dimensions.
Anyone with a keen interest in history and a need for a space for writing will be well served by the McLaggan Smith Kings and Queens A5 Notebook.
The hardback notebook comes with beautifully descriptive illustrations on the cover detailing the royal figures of England throughout the ages.
A lovely reminder of the part they played in the history of writing and language, the 96 pages of high quality cream lined paper offer plenty of room for thoughts and notes.