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Thomas Paul Collection at See Jane Work

Isn’t this Thomas Paul desk tray perfect for $8? You know your work space could use a little color. So get your dose of happy hues from the Thomas Paul collection right here at See Jane Work.


You can also find a ton of other Thomas goodies there, as his brand new collection just hit stores. Great bargain finds for your desk and the colors are just perfect for Spring.

And don’t miss Jane’s desk of the month and how to pull together the look yourself. Class meets Sass!
(images from see jane work)

Posted in workspace on April 11, 2007

Steve Howkins Dividers + Lighting

Jody recently wrote in looking for the perfect room divider. We suggested several options for her, but now that Steve Howkins walked into my life (thanks to Modemuse), I say with a confident grin, “Surf no more!” because Steve is here and he has exactly what you’re looking for.


Okay, with the exception being that his design studio is located in Australia, it’s still worth sending him an email with the specs and see what he can come up with. Maybe he’s already in the states, who knows? What I do know is that his room dividers are the most amazing that I’ve ever seen. I love that they are relatively lightweight in polyprop. Best part, those arabesque shadows they cast. Ooooh. Imagine these in front of a window even, to replace traditional fabric curtains?

Here’s a glimpse of his lighting, more can be viewed here.

(images from steve howkins)

Posted in lighting, reader questions, workspace on March 02, 2007

Bob’s Your Uncle (NYIGF)

Bob’s Your Uncle sent a photo of their booth from the NYIGF last week, which was fun to look at – I spot melamine plates!

Founded in Boston by English couple Michele and Martin Yeeles, Bob’s Your Uncle is an old British expression meaning “Everything’s Fine”. Cute fact, huh? I guess that is how you always want to appear when working – calm, carefree, no worries. Beneath the surface though, you haven’t slept in days and you’re stressed to the max.

I love the folders marked “Limbo” and the cute honey bear melamine plates. Their kids placemats are cute because they’re packaged as tear off sheets and each one has a recipe on it written by a child (those are not new, but I like them just the same). If you’d like to shop for their products online, here’s a list of online stores for you to choose from.


(images from bob’s your uncle)

Posted in events + markets, stationery, workspace on February 07, 2007

dVider – *New* Modular Space Partitions

There’s a new design company on the block, dVider, and they’ve recently introduced a modular partition for living or work spaces to make things a bit more functional while adding an element of privacy and of course, style. You can customize your dVider with any of their vinyl decals or you may request custom printing. dVider is available for purchase online.



What do you think – something you can see yourself using, or?

(images from dvider)

Posted in workspace on February 06, 2007

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