Where are the best places to get cute office decor, ladies? Whether you’ve got a small Secret Santa gift to buy for a coworker, you’re on the hunt for stocking stuffers for a loved one, or you’re thinking of sprucing up your own office (perhaps during the quiet office around the holidays), now is a great time to take a look at all the practical but cute office decor out right now — so we rounded some of it up for you!
Psst: We’ve previously discussed when to use cute office supplies, affordable and easy office decor ideas, and how to repurpose office supplies in MacGuyver-like ways.
Here are seven of our favorite places to get cute office decor — which are yours?
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Target: TONS of Cute Office Supplies
You might luck out when it comes to office supplies in the Target dollar aisle when you’re already there for other things, but if you want to spend a little more or prefer to online shop, Target has enlisted Nate Berkus for gold, black, and marble accented items, including staplers, sticky-note holders, and mini ceramic plates to keep all the little things that need a home. The Threshold and West Emory lines offer items with a similar aesthetic.
The go-to office supplies store carries at least five fashion collabs: the turquoise and gold accents of Dwell Studios; the rainbow-hued patterns of Erin Condren; classic looks in light blue and persimmon of the Martha Stewart collection; dreamy floral patterns of Cynthia Rowley; and the 15 different solid color and metallic options of Poppin.
For something quirky, the design studio that combines “form, function, and delight in equal parts” has various office decor options including stylish bookends, a concrete planter and pen holder, and this bear-shaped letter organizer.
In addition to offerings that feature artworks from the MoMA Design Store, Nordstrom offers desk accessories and stationery options that include the rose gold accented tools by Ted Baker London, black and gold (and floral and pink) supplies by Kate Spade New York, and inspirational magnets and paperweights by Ben’s Garden.
Whether you are in the market for furniture for a home office, or just looking for a couple accent pieces, the Swedish superstore has attractive options to help you when it comes to lighting, getting organized, and even coffee and tea accessories for you or your officemates.
While this is just a sampling of what’s out there, we’re curious: where do you think are the best places to get cute office supplies? Do you ever buy them as gifts for friends and colleagues? Have you ever received a cute office accessory as a gift that you truly appreciated? Also, do you have an office environment where you prefer to buy your own supplies or do you just rely on the supply closet or office manager’s regular supply orders?
Most images are from the stores; some social media images (desk with flowers, notebook and file folder) are via Pexels.