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September 18, 2009

My, what a gorgeous binder you have! Homage to beautiful and functional products for home offices and mobile workers

Many of us at In Good Company are captured by the back to school feeling of the fall. And for us this season is a time when we unofficially celebrate office products. Being a pen/paper/stationary aficionado myself, I polled a few IGC members on their favorite products for home offices and mobile workers.
Here are their beautiful and functional suggestions:

Erica Ecker of
The Spacialist recommends:

Rhodia Staple Bound Graph Pad as a great "fleeting-thought catcher". Small, easy to carry and made with perforated sheets – perfect when you are on the go.


Chalk Board Wall Decals (– genius!). They are easy to install and uninstall. Use them for a project, as a message board, or make them part of your home office d├ęcor.

Annie Lansing of Ann Lansing Design suggests the Dozi Paper Clip Holder from the MOMA store. A cute porcupine to keep you company when working from home.

Emily Wolper of E. Wolper, Inc. suggests the gorgeous leather Il Bisonte “A1” clutch, which only gets better with age (she has had hers since college!). The perfect size to carry little things you may need to take from meeting to meeting – pens, pencils, small stapler, highlighter, tape - you name it!
A helpful way to take your “office” on the road.

Jessica Silverstein of
Attorney’s Counsel suggests See Jane Work for one-stop Binder shopping. A plethora of binders (some pictured above) and binder accoutrements makes it easy to both stay organized and brighten the office. (who knew you could apply your own label pockets to any binder you choose!)

(PS – A SPECIAL FALL SALE at See Jane Work allows you to get 25% off thru Sept 23rd – enter SEPTSALE at checkout!).

What are your favorite products?


Ann Bingley Gallops said...

A Lava Lamp is a great way to bring fresh "chi energy flow" into a kids room.

Movement, warmth, and light create good Feng Shui balance. Plus they're hip (dare I say?) and there are lots of great new models to choose from.

Alice said...

As an artist, I always note the new Fall exhibits at the museums. This Fall the Whitney just opened Georgia O'Keefe: Abstraction. If you are a fan of hers, you will want a copy of the show's catalog to extend your memories of the show.

Alice Garik