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Søstrene Grene’s July drop is here to organise your home office mess


by Lauren Heskin
02nd Jul 2020
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Get your home office organised with the latest collection of folders, notebooks, stationery and organisers in the Søstrene Grene July 2020 drop.


Your home office area is a mess. It’s okay, I understand. Between working from home, homeschooling, art class, online tutoring, bills and general life admin, I’m pretty sure everyone’s home office is a mess right now.

Søstrene Grene’s latest collection is here to help. Dropping on July 23 with prices ranging from 34 cent to €13.78, it’s packed with trays and pinboards for organising, diaries and calendars to keep you on track, and stationary and notebooks for everything you’re juggling right now. And they all come in its signature style of fun prints and colours to brighten up your office space. Including both adult and child-friendly options and designs, you could even deck out a designated children’s area and help keep your work away from theirs.

Remember, Søstrene Grene only stock once, so if you miss it then it’s gone so you won’t be able to get it again. Here’s what we’ll be making the trek for…

 

This little brass-effect pegboard is great because when not in use it blends neatly into the background, and the clip-on pegs mean you won’t be worried about falling thumbtacks or curious little hands going to investigate it.

 

Keep the little monkeys busy with their own stationery selection. They can even take it away with them too, with a pencil case that neatly holds colouring pencils and all the (child-friendly) accessories. It’s also available in a pink tiger version.

 

Keep those shelves organised with folders, file folders and clever little boxes, all available in a range of prints and sizes.

If the actual desk is your problem area, this folding stacked tray is ideal for hiding all your mess until you need it again. Because that’s the problem with desk mess, its necessary mess. This tray is the most expensive in the collection but still comes in at a budget-friendly €13.78.

Fancy practising some calligraphy, creating a personalised stamp or perhaps just graduating from that natty kitchen scissors to a proper, wood-handled paper scissors? Nail that grown-up desk aesthetic with these timber accessories.

 

… And then, of course, nice accessories need somewhere nice to be displayed. Whether on the desk or, if you’re low on space, these handy little holders loop neatly onto a nail in the wall.

 

Some shelfie inspiration, featuring Søstrene Grene’s new collection, which hits shops nationwide from July 23.


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