As someone who still uses a physical calendar planner to remember all the things I need to do, I am a huge fan of these mini planners from Poketo. It's not easy to find a good looking, well designed, and compact planner and to me these are just perfect. You can find them (from top to bottom) here and here.
(Images from Poketo)
I've never been able to find a bag for my laptop that I actually like until I recently stumbled across these by BagyBag! So cute, I would use any of these as a purse. You can find the ones above, along with backpacks and shoulder bags, in their shop.
(Images from BagyBag)
Love these handmade wool and leather iPad sleeves by Pack & Smooch. You can find the ones pictured above here and here.
(Images from Pack & Smooch)
Lovely and unique clocks by Uncommon. You can find the ones above plus all their other clocks here.
(Images by Uncommon)
With the start of every new year, I find myself getting very picky when searching for a new calendar. After all, I have to look at it all year long so it has to be in a style that I won't get sick of. That being said, I really love this desk calendar from Pawling with different hand printed geometric illustrations for each month. Each page is a little work of art, so much so that you could even cut off the dates when you're done and frame the illustrations.
(Images from Pawling)
Really lovely and unique handmade magazine racks by Paper Doll Wood Shop. You can find the ones above and more here.
(Images from Paper Doll Wood Shop)
I absolutely love these vintage inspired Cover Story Postcards. This box set of 100 postcards features timeless titles from Penguin's classic paperbacks. A great way to correspond with friends across distances, especially the book lovers.
(Images from Anthropologie)
How cute are these cast-metal animal bookends from West Elm? They would make great little gifts too and could easily double as paper weights/desk mates.
(Images from West Elm)
Beautiful vintage brass bookends from Olive. What a fun way to dress up your books!
(Images from Olive)
I'm so smitten with these gorgeous pinboards by Bliss in a Teacup! The vintage fabrics are just perfect and I think they would look so lovely with anything from photos to jewelry pinned to them. I can't wait to get my hands on one of these! You can find the ones above here and here.
(Images from Bliss in a Teacup)