We will readily admit that organization is not our strong suit. It's possible that our desk at work has elicited gasps of horror from innocent colleagues passing by. These beechwood blocks were built for compartmentalizing the basics—pencils, pens, post-its—and can be arranged around to make the most sense for your space and sensibilities, from super-tidy to gosh-darn-it-where's-a-dang-paper-clip-when-you-need-one.
How do you take your tea? Put the Pantone Matching System to the ultimate test with these mugs, which will allow your guests to choose just how milky they'd like their morning brew.
Designer Scott Amron has successfully streamlined the stuff you stick in your pocket. This combination ring-and-key comes as a blank that can be cut to fit most any lock, then simply slip the rest of your set on the single loop.
Plastic bottles are overtaking America's landfills but in In Japan, disposable chopsticks are being tossed at the rate of 250 billion sets per year. Wherever you reside, it's a great idea to get a reusable version. These colorful bamboo pairs from Yuen'to are easily tossed into your purse or bag when you're bringing your lunch to work, and the case doubles as a holder while you're eating. Pick yours up at LA's A+R Store.